In Philly, Roosevelt Boulevard anti-speeding program ruled a success
'The evidence is clear. Automated speed enforcement saves lives,' a city official said.
This Pa. bill would make the roads safer for bicyclists and motorists alike | Opinion
The bill sponsored by Rep. David Maloney, R-Berks, deserves a vote in the Pa. Senate.
Pa.’s governor candidates feud over how to reduce pain at the pump
There's small distinctions between each candidate's plan; though some activists want to see them be more creative.
Philly’s plan for Washington Avenue raises concerns among residents, businesses
''There is a definite concern regarding the changing of the South Philadelphia community and the future of Washington Avenue,' City Councilmember Kenyatta Johnson said
How an app is helping Pgh residents avoid dodgy infrastructure
The Bad Bridges app is one city-dweller's effort to 'incorporate civic data' for the public good.
To prevent future toll ‘leakage,’ Pa. Sen. Marty Flynn introduces Turnpike reform package
In three pieces of legislation, the Scranton lawmaker proposes increased penalties for drivers who do not pay their tolls, mandated finance reporting from the Turnpike Commission to the General Assembly, and reinstated staffing at Turnpike interchanges.
W.Pa. municipalities sue state to block PennDOT bridge tolling plan
Three municipalities in Pittsburgh’s southern suburbs are suing PennDOT over a $2B plan to pay for the replacement of nine bridges with future toll revenue.
Capital-Star Q+A: 2022 GOP gov. candidate Jason Richey on taxes, hyperloop, and voting
The Capital-Star is trying to sit down with as many candidates as possible to ask them about their campaigns, background, and issues impacting Pennsylvanians.
House panel hears ‘controversial’ bill that would grant drivers licenses to undocumented immigrants
Advocates said the proposal would make the lives of license-less undocumented immigrants easier.
Aerial trams and light rail: AlleCo Port Authority thinks big with new draft transit plan
Officials are seeking public comment on their NEXTransit draft plan
Low-income people of color bear brunt of rising pedestrian deaths | Analysis
Nationwide, the number of pedestrians killed by drivers from 2010 to 2019 increased by 45 percent to 6,237 a year, the equivalent of at least 17 people dying per day.
Pgh to get e-scooter pilot program thanks to provision included in the state budget
E-scooters are ridden while standing, and typically travel the speed of cyclists. They are different from electric mopeds (like Scoobi) and electric-assist bikes, aka e-bikes.