An accident this morning is causing trouble for commuters.
Two accidents on I-95 Wednesday morning are tying up traffic and delaying the morning rush even further for drivers.
PennDOT press secretary Rich Kirkpatrick said Wednesday that anyone considering driving long distances on the highway should try to postpone their travel.
New Jersey lawmakers passed a pair of measures stemming from the politically motivated lane closures near the George Washington Bridge last year.
An overturned vehicle is causing a major backup on the Ben Franklin Bridge, westbound into the city.
The fire broke out around 9 a.m. on Thursday near 4th and Race Streets after construction crews reportedly struck a gas main.
The DRPA also says four lanes to Pennsylvania will be open during morning rush hours and four lanes to New Jersey will be open for the afternoon rush hour.
Investigators say one person was killed in a crash that backed-up traffic for several hours on the Schuylkill Expressway early Thursday morning.
Northbound I-95 has reopened after a truck fire had forced all of the lanes in that direction to close at Woodhaven Road in Northeast Philadelphia.
Officials say there will be no weight or truck restrictions and all three lanes will be open.
Some scattered showers and storms are moving through the region Tuesday night.
Preperations for the weekend event are well underway as crews continue to set up for the giant concert.
Drivers who use I-76 West to get on Route 1 had to plan an alternate route Friday morning.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, up to five percent of all traffic fatalities and injuries are the result of road rage.
At midnight Friday, red light cameras click on at three of the town’s busiest, and, according to police, most dangerous intersections.