The first snowfall of the new year is already on the way, and crews have been preparing since New Year’s Eve.
PennDOT spokesman Gene Blaum says they tried to get to work about 48 hours before the winter storm’s predicted arrival.
PennDOT spokesman Brad Rudolph says the first priority was spraying brine on the roads.
The KYW Newsradio traffic center reports several accidents throughout Montgomery and Bucks Counties due to slick, icy conditions. Drivers are advised to reduce speeds and drive carefully.
Even though this isn’t a major storm, the winter weather is sure to make for a messy morning commute.
Here we go again! Snow is in the forecast for Saturday, and area transportation department crews are ready for it.
The rapidly falling snow is causing traffic and travel delays all over the Philadelphia region.
Ready or not, more snow is likely on its way to the Philadelphia area Tuesday morning.
PennDOT had a plan in place for the snow that was forecast for Sunday, but it couldn’t keep up with the snow that actually fell.
It could be awhile before weight restrictions on Pennsylvania bridges are eased.
The new transportation funding law enacted last month addresses the problem of mounting debt at the Pennsylvania Turnpike
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett will put his signature on the biggest legislative achievement of his tenure Monday morning — a bill to raise major new funding for roads, bridges and mass transit.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in transportation funding are set to flood the greater Philadelphia area, after Thursday’s passage of a $2.3 billion transportation funding bill in Harrisburg.
After a $43 million renovation project that shutdown half of the Platt Bridge for almost two years, commuters can now breathe a sigh of relief as the whole bridge is now open and ready for use.
Once again, transportation funding is teed up for a vote in what’s billed as a make-or-break week in the Pennsylvania House.