“The turnpike, quite frankly, isn’t going to survive if this continues,” Pennsylvania auditor general Jack Wagner told legislators.
A former Pennsylvania State Trooper accused of causing a deadly DUI crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Montgomery County earlier this year has his driver’s license back, but with some strict conditions.
It was shut down in mid-May for a joint project involving Abington Township and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
A Pittsburgh pastor who recently got his commercial driver’s license is being credited with steering a Megabus to safety when its driver fell ill on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Dan Littley, chairman of the Towamencin Township supervisors, says it’s all about community pride and community being.
A two-car crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Montgomery Friday afternoon snarled traffic and injured two people.
Prosecutors say Barry Searfoss spent May 18th, his day off, drinking beer at a golf outing in Bucks County — an outing that raised scholarship money in honor of a woman killed fifteen years ago by a drunk driver.
The state House has passed a bill that would outlaw “secret” compartments in vehicles that are used in criminal activity.
Drivers who use Susquehanna Road through Abington to get to the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Montgomery County will have to find another route, starting Monday.
A bill that would allow for a 70-mph speed limit on some sections of the Pennsylvania Turnpike has cleared its first legislative hurdle.
A suburban Philadelphia woman has died after a freak highway accident involving a flying road sign.
A year-long study has concluded that switching to an all-electronic toll system is feasible and the Pennsylvania Turnpike has announced plans to explore the idea further. But, a system would have to be developed to still collect tolls from cash customers.
Chris reviews the results of Super Tuesday and talks to Jay Himes the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Association of School Business Officials, about the rising cost of pensions to school employees.
New Year’s Day will bring toll hikes on three area roads, drivers in New Jersey will be hit especially hard.
New requirements and restrictions are going into effect for teenage drivers in Pennsylvania.