For most people, it hasn’t been as simple as it used to be thanks to the weather we’ve been suffering through.
Winter storm number 11 in our area means no classes once again Friday for the School District of Philadelphia and the Archdiocese. City offices and courts are also closed. All the snow is making it tough to get around.
PennDOT and the Pa. Turnpike Commission have lifted some driving restrictions as the storm enters a lull.
The ban is in effect on the turnpike from Breezewood (Exit 161) to the Delaware River Bridge (Exit 359) and the entire Northeastern Extension (I-476) from Mid County (Exit 20) to Clarks Summit (Exit 131).
A multi-vehicle crash snarled traffic on the Schuylkill Expressway early Tuesday morning.
PennDOT has lifted speed restriction on several roads that were in place due to the weather.
A mixed bag of snow, rain and especially ice is contributing to treacherous morning on area roadways.
Heavy snowfall is causing major delays and disruptions around the region.
PennDOT crews have begun mixing in calcium-chloride to their typical salt mixture because of plunging temperatures.
As of 10 a.m., most major highways in the area were under speed limit restrictions of 45 miles per hour.
When you hear the term “e-ticket” you probably don’t think of the cops. But one South Jersey town is taking traffic tickets to a new, high tech level.
Despite calls from the Mayor’s office asking Governor Christie not to come to Fort Lee, not to bring more attention to the town, the Governor was adamant about making an appearance and apologizing.
A new ramp is set to make life easier for the thousands of commuters who face the I-295-Route 42 merge on a daily basis.
Crews in Atlantic City are cleaning up after a water main break Wednesday morning.
According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, roadside battery assistance calls in the five county Philadelphia area were up 145% this past Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014 when compared to 2013’s Saturday, Jan. 5.