The Philadelphia International Airport reports some flights have been affected by the snow Thursday morning.
Three city-owned bridges, which cross the Schuykill River, are on schedule to be inspected this week as part of routine maintenance.
A $3 million loan to finance turning the old RCA building in Camden into apartments is now paid off. And a $10 million loan guarantee to the New Jersey Economic Development Authority has been discharged.
Repairs to the Interstate 495 bridge in New Castle County are moving along, though there’s no indication the span across the Christina River will open any sooner than expected.
A septic truck became trapped on a wooden bridge in Burlington County Friday afternoon.
NJDOT will be reopening all travel lanes on the Route 70 westbound bridge over Route 38 in Pennsauken. An interim ramp connecting northbound Route 42 to 295 that was delayed due to weather is also scheduled to open this weekend.
Officials say the last stage of construction will include the bridge amenities including, new sidewalk and staircase. According to the DOT, the project remains on schedule for completion this winter.
The Tacony-Palmyra Bridge was closed for nearly 11 hours Thursday after a malfunction caused the bridge to remain open following an opening to let a ship pass through.
State transportation officials say the Route 168 bridge deck over Interstate 295 will fully reopen this weekend.
Authorities were called into action after an explosion on a bridge over the Amtrak train tracks early Friday evening in the Brewerytown neighborhood of Philadelphia.
The Tacony-Palmyra Bridge is temporarily closed after a fire broke out Friday afternoon.
In Burlington City, a seven year old beagle named Brandi is quickly becoming the stuff of legends.
Chris discussed getting to the Sixers game through the chaos of the Broad Street Run. He talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup, Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel and Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell.
Philadelphia Gas Works and the Fire Department are monitoring a 6-inch gas main leak in Frankford near Aramingo Avenue and Wakeling Street.
State officials are suing contractors involved in a failed effort to build a new bridge over the Indian River Inlet in coastal Sussex County.