The Greenwood Avenue Bridge was closed in June of 2012 and PennDOT spokesman Gene Blaum says the $5.4-million project was very complicated, but it’s nearly done and the span is to reopen this June.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation says it is looking into why thousands of drivers were caught up in two major areas of flooding along the Schuylkill Expressway on Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Pavement repairs will be done in the construction zones at Cottman Avenue (Route 73) and Girard Avenue interchanges.
The Center for Rural Pennsylvania found that drivers in Montgomery and Chester counties are more likely to get snagged for using their cell phones to text while driving.
Pennsylvania motorists notched a milestone last year: the lowest number of fatalities since record-keeping began 85 years ago.
Penndot officials say In some cases motorists may not see actual construction, but contracts will be bid this year because of the funding influx.
The price of a Penndot identification card more than doubled on April 1st, to $27.50.
Seven new fee increases are taking effect April 1.
Delaware County Council has decided to forego nearly all of the million dollars it receives from a state road maintenance fund and give it directly to the county’s 49 municipalities for pothole repairs.
A state Senate committee this morning will convene a hearing into last month’s massive chain-reaction accidents on the turnpike and other road emergencies caused by this winter’s wicked weather.
County commissioner Leslie Richards says nearly 6,000 vehicles use the bridge each day. She says detour signs have been posted.
If you’re out driving on a highway this weekend, there’s a good chance you’ll see them. More than two dozen Penndot crews are on pothole repair duty.
As PennDOT and NJ DOT work feverishly to fix all of the potholes that have crept up in the past few weeks, many folks continue their daily dance with the holes in the road, sometimes with dire consequences.
Due to the winter storm, the speed limit on several major roads in Pennsylvania have been reduced.
With another winter storm in the works, all eyes are on the roads, mass transit and the public utilities.