Work will continue on the bridge for several more weeks as crews complete the project.
DUI Task Forces, State Police and local law enforcement will conduct roving patrols during this crackdown.
The Weedville Bridge on Route 555 will be undergoing repairs over the next few weeks.
Nearly 100 miles of the road through Central PA will have a higher speed limit beginning in August.
Recent PennDOT information showed the majority of crashes there in 2013 were the result of aggressive driving.
The work will remove the bridges from the list of structurally deficient bridges.
The event had drivers sign a car pledging to not drink and drive during the holiday weekend.
PennDOT was getting the public's opinion for a project on a major interstate through our region.
More than 230 items are up for bid including dump trucks, snow plows and mowers.
Work is expected to be complete by mid-June.
The $1.3 million project is expected to be complete in May depending on weather.
PennDOT and State Police are urging drivers to be extra cautious next week.
The project will create a 4-way signaled intersection at Frankstown Road and Route 22.
PennDOT ready to use more resources.
Many feel the multi-million dollar project is a waste of money, but PennDOT says it is needed for safety
The two-week emergency mission will replenish supplies across the state.
The open house will allow residents to ask questions about the upcoming work.
The plates are voluntary for parents and guardians of new drivers.
The state has ordered thousands of tons of salt from another state to increase supply.
PennDOT has reduced the speed limit on some area roads with snow returning.
The public has the opportunity to voice concerns at a meeting Wednesday evening.
Speed limits were reduced during Thursday's storm to allow PennDOT crews time to clear and treat roads.
The operation will focus on seatbelt use and impaired driving during the holidays.
The increased restriction is designed to preserve the bridge.
The goal of the sign is to curb a common type of aggressive driving.
State Police are conducting the arson investigation.
PennDOT Presents 23 Employees with IdeaLink Awards to Honor Efficiency and Safety Innovations.
State Police & PennDOT teaming up to help drivers make sure car seats work properly.
The 6.2-mile stretch of road will receive improvements during the fall.
Department looking for public input as it updates 12-year plan.
The new stretch of road was delayed due to environmental concerns.
More than a hundred bridges in our region could get weight restrictions soon.
PennDOT withdraws federal application to sell advertising space in work zones.
PennDOT Reminds Homeowners to Prepare Mailboxes for Winter
Blair,Huntingdon and Fulton Counties
With a roadway resurfacing project underway in Centre County, area drivers will encounter potential delays along Route 3007 (Park Avenue) this week.
Work has begun
on Route 26 in
PennDOT will hold a public meeting and plans display to inform the public of the proposed Locust Street and Strank Memorial Bridge replacement project in Franklin and East Conemaugh Townships, Cambria County.
Mathews Run Bridge in Rosebud, Clearfield County Opens
PennDOT District 9 today announced that work will begin on the Shaffers Run Bridges rehabilitation project. This project is funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
Police Learn New Program That Will Encourage Teens to Buckle Up and Not to Text
Work Finishes on Vanscoyoc Run Bridge; Starts on Decker Run Bridge
Work on the Costello Bridge along Route 872 in the village of Costello is winding down and PennDOT expects to open the bridge to full traffic late in the day on Thursday, June 17.
A temporary traffic signal will be in place, requiring motorists to alternate turns across the bridge.
PennDOT closed a section of Route 2022 (O?Shanter Road) in the village of Olanta, today for bridge replacement work.
Prime contractor C. H. & D. Enterprises, Inc., of New Stanton will begin a $412,143 box culvert replacement project on Route 1011 (Jefferson Street) in Allegheny Township, Cambria County on June 16.
Prime contractor New Enterprise Stone and Lime Co., Inc. will switch traffic on Route 219 between Sidman and New Germany next week.
Prime contractor New Enterprise Stone and Lime Co., Inc. will begin a $769,000 resurfacing project along 4.21 miles of Route 26 in Monroe Township, Bedford County on June 14.
PennDOT?s Cambria County Maintenance Bridge Crew will begin a bridge replacement project on Route 3036 (Expedit Road) in Blacklick Township, Cambria County on Monday, June 14.
Drivers will encounter a road closure and a detour June 18 ? 22, as crews from the Buffalo and Pittsburgh Railroad perform railroad-crossing work in the town of Falls Creek.