Two teens from Lenape Technical School are helping the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation come up with a solution to the truck parking problem.September 15, 2023
Keith Ernst never knew West Chester, Pa., moving contractor Ralph G. Smith, but he’s keeping his legacy alive at an old truck museum in West Brunswick Township, Pa.
Pending changes to Pennsylvania’s commercial driver license skills test should make the road a more attainable destination for would-be truck drivers, officials say.
As a response to the high volume of crashes along I-81 in Pennsylvania, the state police launched an initiative with the FMCSA and the PMTA to promote highway safety.
Pennsylvania’s new $12.7 million environmental grant program to electrify freight truck fleets is generating interest from municipal and commercial truck fleet owners.February 17, 2023
Pennsylvania high school students are trying to crack the truck parking puzzle in the state department of transportation’s annual Innovations Challenge contest.January 25, 2023
The proposed Grand Central Recycling Center could add hundreds of truck trips to Route 512 — and if the plan isn’t changed, perhaps to the restricted Pen Argyl Road, with a threat of traffic jams.
With the proposal to toll nine major interstate bridges to pay for their replacement or rehabilitation now dead, a panel of Pennsylvania state senators set out to explore what happens next to address these costly but necessary transportation projects.
Pennsylvania’s governor, General Assembly legislators and a judge dealt legal blows to permanently stop the state Department of Transportation’s effort to toll nine bridges to create revenue for repairs.July 11, 2022
In a sweeping censure, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge granted a request from eight municipalities and issued an injunction preventing state transportation officials from proceeding with plans to impose bridge tolls.May 24, 2022