The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is overseeing a nearly $90 million project that will rehabilitate the U.S. 1/Roosevelt Expressway viaduct in Philadelphia.
The viaduct is located between the Broad Street and Wissahickon Avenue/Germantown Avenue exits in the Nicetown section of the city.
Construction is scheduled to begin Oct. 14, to rehabilitate the bridge carrying Park Road over U.S. 1 (Kennett Oxford Bypass) in West Nottingham Township, Chester County, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced.
Due to the nature of the repairs, Park Road Bridge will be closed and detoured between Kimble Road and Old Baltimore Pike through the completion of the project scheduled for mid-November.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Engineering District 3 continues to work to remedy the challenges created by above average precipitation in north central Pennsylvania. This has occurred since 2016 and has resulted in flooding in many areas.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC), in partnership with the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), announced the implementation of a statewide Automated Work Zone Speed Enforcement (AWZSE) pilot program to reduce work zone speeds, change driver behavior, and improve work zone safety for workers and motorists.
A unique bridge/city park project is currently under way in downtown Pittsburgh, Pa.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is managing the construction of the "Cap" Project — the I-579 Urban Connector — for the Sports & Exhibition Authority (SEA).
WAYNESBURG, Pa. (AP) A small century-old bridge in Pennsylvania is up for sale as long as the buyer agrees to relocate and preserve the steel structure.
According to the (Washington) Observer-Reporter, a legal advertisement says the Federal Highway Administration and other agencies have announced the availability of the span along a remote road near Waynesburg in southwestern Pennsylvania's Greene County.
When a region of the U.S. regularly receives more than 100 in. of snow each year, area residents and drivers can take solace in knowing that their state DOT undoubtedly has experienced snow-removal professionals with access to well-maintained equipment to keep the major roads open for traffic.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Engineering District 3 continues to face challenges following the flooding and above average precipitation that has impacted north central Pennsylvania since 2016.
Despite these challenges, PennDOT District 3 has made repairs to 411 flood damaged state-owned highways, including roadway and bridge projects, costing approximately $56 million last year alone.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that according to department data, fatalities, injuries and crashes decreased overall at 19 roundabouts at 16 locations after they were built.
"We are glad to promote the use of roundabouts throughout the commonwealth," said PennDOT Secretary Leslie S.
Building on the nearly 650 construction contracts completed and approximately 4,400 roadway miles improved by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) forces last year, Gov. Tom Wolf recently announced that more than 1,700 construction projects are under way or expected to begin or be bid statewide in 2019.
The Wolf Administration announced that construction has begun on a project to rehabilitate pavement and repair seven structures along a 5-mi. section of U.S. 422 between the Royersford/Trappe and Sanatoga interchanges in Limerick and Lower Pottsgrove townships, Montgomery County, Pa.