Pennsylvania Department of Transportation on Wednesday announced it will resume issuing REAL ID cards to state residents.
The cuts are the latest development in the agency’s multi-year transition from a system that largely relied on workers stationed in toll booths to collect cash.
The expiration date was originally extended in late March, but due to the increased uncertainty of coronavirus the department now says documents scheduled to expire from March 16 to May 31 will be valid until Jun. 30.
Beginning today, drivers caught on camera speeding through Pennsylvania work zones will be fined.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation on Monday announced new data that shows improved safety statistics at intersections that use roundabouts to funnel traffic. The 19 roundabouts sampled are intersections that were previously controlled with stop signs or signals.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced closure and detour plans Friday in preparation for weekend construction on I-76 East near Center City.
Pennsylvanians who will not be able to vote in person this fall can apply online for absentee ballots for the first time, officials announced Monday.
Bucks County commuters should be wary of forthcoming road closures.
Some state lawmakers are sponsoring a bill that would bring back the tiny sticker on the license plates of Pennsylvania vehicles.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Thursday that I-76 east will close over the weekend as crews work to repair the busy stretch of highway.
The Chestnut Street Bridge is scheduled to close Monday night for one year, PennDOT officials announced Sunday.
Pennsylvanians who prefer not to be identified as male or female will soon have a gender-neutral option on their state-issued driver's licenses.
The ramp from I-95 South to Girard Avenue in Philadelphia will be closed for two years due to construction.