PennDOT Crews Get Ready For Latest Round Of Winter WeatherPennDOT crews have more than 106,000 tons of salt on hand for this storm and they've only used 27,000 tons so far this winter.
Speed Limit Restored On Expressways In Philadelphia RegionAll speeds were restored to their usual posted limits on Sunday afternoon.
PennDOT Monitoring Roads With Light Snow FallingEven light snow can lead to tricky driving conditions, especially when temperatures are dropping.
PennDOT Considers Allowing Drivers To Use Shoulders Of The SchuylkillLetting drivers use the shoulders during peak times is something PennDOT is looking at to ease congestion.
Southbound Ramp To I-95 At Betsy Ross Bridge Interchange Closes For ReconstructionThe Aramingo Avenue on-ramp to southbound I-95 was shut down Monday and will be closed until September 2016.
Two Suburban Bridges Reopen Ahead Of Schedule After RepairsThe Maple Avenue Bridge in Bucks County and the Linfield Road Bridge connecting Limerick Township in Montgomery County and East Coventry in Chester County are scheduled to be re-opened for traffic today.
Key Artery In Port Richmond Reopens To TrafficDrivers will welcome the return of Richmond Street between Aramingo Avenue and Anne Street, which had been closed since February 2014 for major reconstruction and a re-alignment.
Transportation Departments In The Tri-State Area Prepping For Winter WeatherWinter weather is coming and should the flakes start to hit these roads sooner than later, crews are ready.
PennDOT Program Will Allow Drivers To Track Snow Plows OnlinePennDOT officials are in the middle of launching a pilot program to install a GPS device inside snow plow and salt trucks so drivers can track their progress during storms.
PennDOT Installs New, Cost-Saving Technology On PlowsPennDOT is installing new technology in more than 700 plow trucks for the winter season.
PennDOT Prepared In Event Of Early WinterWith the arrival of freezing temperatures in the Philadelphia region, can the first flakes of snow be far behind? PennDOT crews are prepared just in case.
With Pope Gone, Road Crews Head Back To Work On Projects In RegionPennDOT's Gene Blaum says days before the pope arrived road work on area highways was suspended. 59600754