I-295 south will be shut down at the route 42 interchange from 10 p.m. through 9 a.m. Sunday morning for some maintenance work.
Are you planning to do a lot of traveling over the holidays? Maybe some long car trips to visit relatives? In this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan explains why you should consider giving your car a check up before hitting the road.
On Tuesday, Pennsylvania Turnpike officials celebrated the opening of the highway’s newest interchange, finally connecting Route 29 in Great Valley, Chester County with Interstate 76. But even as that $60 million project opens, the turnpike is facing renewed criticism of its finances.
A multi-vehicle accident has slowed traffic in the southbound lanes of I-95 in Northeast Philadelphia.
Traffic along the Atlantic City Expressway was backed up for miles Friday as home owners at the shore worked their way to the barrier islands.
The increased enforcement is part of the nationwide “Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day” campaign, which is designed to draw awareness to safe driving and keep the roads free of fatalities for a single day.
Officials responded to the scene of a car accident in Wilmington, Delaware on the northbound lanes of I95 at about 12:15 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
The smoking car was reported near exit 346A on the westbound side.
Roosevelt Boulevard southbound in Northeast Philadelphia is jammed Tuesday evening due to police activity.
A tractor trailer fire snarled traffic along I-295 in Gibbstown, New Jersey Thursday morning.
At least one person was taken to the hospital Wednesday morning following a crash in Glenolden, Delaware County.
The high temperatures caused a highly traveled section of Route 422 to buckle yesterday afternoon.
The Philadelphia International Cycling Championship and other events across town are causing a number of road closures and SEPTA detours today.
No major problems were being reported as of late Saturday morning. But motorists were still being urged to allow extra travel times to reach their destinations.
The ban will be in effect for the next two years. Commercial trucks of 14,000 pounds or more, and any vehicles with hazardous materials will be prohibited from the Platt Bridge.