Route 3041 (Cash Day Road) was known to potentially have archaeological findings deposits if undisturbed soil was found during excavation.
When replacing a bridge over busy U.S. Route 19 in Allegheny County, PennDOT's District 11 chose to use self-propelled modular transporters.
PennDOT recently completed the update of its Public Participation Plan (PPP).
With enhanced safety measures in place, skills tests have resumed at reopened Driver License Centers.
The Road Diet Project reflects collaboration championed by PennDOT Connects and the State Transportation Innovation Council.
Customers should make sure they're on our official website while renewing their driver's license or vehicle registration online.
Robotic technology could make a tedious and time-consuming construction process safer, faster and more efficient.
The Public Works Administration, which operated during the Great Depression, built some of the buildings PennDOT still uses today.
This technique minimizes vertical drop off at the pavement edge, making it easier for vehicles that drift off the road to return safely.
This online curriculum is based on the Boy Scouts of America's merit badge lessons about engineering and traffic safety.
Did you know PennDOT is directly responsible for nearly 40,000 miles of highway and roughly 25,000 bridges? We oversee programs and policies affecting highways, urban and rural public transportation, airports, railroads, ports and waterways, in addition to administering the state's more than 11 million vehicle registrations and 8.8 million driver's licenses.
So, how do we do what we do? And how can we help you travel in Pennsylvania — whether it be for business or leisure — in safe and enjoyable manner? Read PennDOT Way to learn more about the department, what we do, and how and why we do it.
Help keep people safe in their communities and on Pennsylvania's roads.
Rebuild public infrastructure to meet 21st century challenges and needs.
Improve government efficiency and employee engagement.