Major Construction and a few events are sure to cause big delays on the roads this weekend.
The spark that’s expected to jumpstart the revitalization of the borough of Ambler will be coming soon in the form of a “green” office building that’s rising out of the site of an old asbestos plant.
Thousands of motorists who use Route 23 on a regular basis in the west Conshohocken area are going to have to seek an alternate route starting Monday morning.
This week is PennDOT’s Work Zone Awareness Week, and the transportation department is urging motorists to use caution when entering a work zone.
The long-anticipated expansion of the Pennsylvania Convention Center opens to the public next month, and there’s a “WOW” moment around every corner.
A bill to un-require fire sprinklers in many new homes in Pennsylvania is moving through the legislature, much to the dismay of those who say sprinklers save lives.
Expect delays tonight and tomorrow night if you’re travelling through the construction project around Ridge Avenue and Lincoln Drive in Philadelphia.
Gov. Jack Markell is proposing a $3.4 billion operating budget for the fiscal year starting July 1.
Over 1,300 members large and small are seeing their own ledgers improving with 31% reporting higher revenues this year prompting higher profits, spending and hiring.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission says the road will be closed in both directions early Sunday between Willow Grove (Exit #343) and Bensalem (Exit #351).
After two years of construction – some of it plagued by problems – Philadelphia’s new South Street bridge will open this Saturday.