In a letter to residents here by the bridge when the construction began, the DRPA warned of high levels of noise during the sandblasting and painting of the bridge. That was scheduled to go through tomorrow, but the DRPA says they finished the painting on Sunday.
It’s been debated for 15 years and this week construction began on the first part of a project that will change the face of Swarthmore by helping the business district and the college that bears its name.
Some good news for commuters who use the PATCO high speed line. Full service across the Ben Franklin Bridge returns on Monday, but don’t get used to it.
This is phase four of six of this project which is rebuilding and widening I-95 near Girard. Crews were working on the northbound lanes overnight.
Putting together a floor plan of your house can be a pain – especially with all the measuring. But RoomScan does the heavy lifting for you.
Comcast has announced plans to build a new tower in Philadelphia with a hefty price tag: $1.2 billion.
A new ramp is set to make life easier for the thousands of commuters who face the I-295-Route 42 merge on a daily basis.
One person was injured after a collapse at a construction site in Bucks County Thursday morning.
She allegedly stole the money from Aston-based Pop Tuna Builders, formerly known as D’Annunzio & Sons.
SEPTA’s Heather Redfern says the trolley tunnel will close at 10 o’clock tonight and won’t re-open until Monday, August 12th.
A big chunk of the resurfacing project will take place from Market to South Streets along 8th, 9th, 11th and 12th streets. Rotating parking restrictions and street closures are expected.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan joins us with the Top 10 complaints, plus advice on how to keep your money safe.
The Philadelphia Fire Department responded to the scene of a construction site accident on the campus of Temple University Thursday afternoon.
As City Council struggles with setting a new property tax rate for homeowners, the lawmakers face a related question: whether to modify the long-controversial tax abatement for new construction.
When museum officials decided to build this 62,000 square foot add-on, things started to look down. No really, they dug into the ground underneath the museum.