AAA says a survey of adults shows a majority of people do favor a higher gas tax as long as it goes for highway improvement.
A New York state audit says the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey failed to perform dozens of inspections on bridges that had already been determined to be potentially hazardous.
Penndot officials say In some cases motorists may not see actual construction, but contracts will be bid this year because of the funding influx.
Seven new fee increases are taking effect April 1.
When you get behind the wheel, you have to pay attention to signs on the road. But some bus and truck drivers are having trouble doing that.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A new city bridge will be open to the public as of next Sunday, Oct. 20th. The Schuylkill River Parks Connector Bridge, a 95-foot-long structure that connects the Schuylkill Banks to Schuylkill […]
Responding to a complaint that mass transit in Pennsylvania’s urban areas is too heavily supported with state dollars, the state transportation secretary says motorists in those urban areas also subsidize roads in rural areas – and at a higher rate.
Auditor General: Philadelphia Area’s 500-Plus ‘Structurally Deficient’ Bridges Need Urgent Attention
Pennsylvania must spend more on its structurally deficient bridges and roadway infrastructure or it will pay a much heftier price down the road, according to the state’s top government watchdog.
There might be some toll shock for New Jersey residents heading to Philadelphia for Fourth of July festivities and Pennsylvanians returning from the Jersey shore after the long holiday weekend.
Drivers who cross from New Jersey to Pennsylvania on four Philadelphia-area bridges will have to pay a dollar more starting Friday.
By Jim Donovan: You better have some extra cash on hand when crossing some area bridges next week. As a reminder, beginning Friday, July 1, the tolls are increasing by a buck! The one-way tolls […]
There’s a huge gap in Pennsylvania’s plan to fund roads, bridges and mass transit and there’s a good chance that gap will go unfilled next year.
Governor Rendell continues to push hard for action on transportation funding before he leaves office in January, but it increasingly appears to be a lost cause.