Northbound I-95 has reopened after a truck fire had forced all of the lanes in that direction to close at Woodhaven Road in Northeast Philadelphia.
Shortly before 3:30am on Tuesday, a tractor trailer headed south on I-95 overturned near Bridge Street.
A Pennsylvania State Trooper was involved in an accident on I-95 southbound in Delaware County.
The victim had flown in Philadelphia from Germany to visit his daughter and now she is pleading for help in catching her father’s killer.
I-95’s northbound left lane will be closed Monday through Friday from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following morning for the installation of steel pins to anchor concrete construction barriers within the construction zone.
An overturned car is creating a traffic nightmare for drivers trying to make their way into downtown Philadelphia.
There are reports of multiple injuries, but no word on how many or how severe.
An accident involving several vehicles has shut down I-95 northbound Tuesday night.
PennDOT will be patching some holes on highways ahead of a bigger fix.
The tour buses of two popular rock bands were damaged during a fire at a parking facility in Philadelphia Wednesday afternoon.
UPDATE: Preliminary Investigation Reveals Driver In Crash That Caused I-95 Shutdown Fell Asleep At The Wheel
The tractor trailer was removed from the scene and the two lefts lanes of traffic were reopened at about 8:30 a.m.
The I-95 improvement project could bring more than just a better commute. It could provide new insight into ancient Native American culture.
The change is in effect from 10 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Saturday.
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.
The SEPTA transit strike comes as roadwork takes place in several areas in the region. AAA Mid-Atlantic is offering travel tips.