DNC Road Restrictions Begin Friday NightDNC traffic restrictions begin on Friday night.
Website Aims To Ease Traffic Woes During DNCPennDOT has launched a website hoping to help drivers maneuver through Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Prepares For Self-Driving VehiclesThe state transportation secretary says self-driving cars are coming and that Pennsylvania should lead the way.
Red Light Cameras In Philly Netted Millions Of Dollars In Fines Last YearSo, how and where will all that money be used?
PennDOT Spending $12 Million To Improve Traffic SignalsA 2013 law that increased gas taxes and motorist fees is helping 109 Pennsylvania municipalities improve their traffic signals.
70 MPH Speed Limit Rolling Out On Hundreds Of Miles Of Pennsylvania HighwaysThe speed limit will be raised to 70 miles an hour across hundreds of miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and sections of other state highways in the coming days.
Warmer Weather Means More Highway Construction And Increased Danger For Road CrewsPennDOT's District Engineer Kenneth McClain says the warmer weather means drivers will find more road work and more workers on heavily traveled roads.
Highway Construction Dollars, Local Police Protection ClashA pot of money from a huge increase in fuel taxes and motorist fees under a 2013 law designed to shore up Pennsylvania's highways and bridges is not so huge anymore, as a growing amount is getting diverted to the Pennsylvania State Police.
Crews Take Advantage Of Nice Weather To Repair PotholesWhile the inconvenience is temporary, what is happening will definitely make your ride smoother.
PennDOT Restores Speed Limits On Expressways In Philadelphia RegionDue to the winter storm, PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Turnpike are temporarily reducing the speed limit on several highways in the region.
More Police Departments Across Pa. Keen To Acquire New License Plate Reader TechnologyThe new technology will allow police agencies throughout the Commonwealth to quickly and accurately check license plates.
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.