PennDOT's engineers play a crucial part in our overall success, which is why we wanted to highlight a few for National Engineers Week.
Some of Pennsylvania's most creative students have transformed PennDOT snow plows in the spirit of winter.
Through the week, he serves Elk County as a Roadway Programs Technician. But since 2007, Doug Metheney has answered another calling.
When it comes to designing a transportation project, it's important to get accurate measurements. PennDOT uses photogrammetry and LiDAR.
PennDOT's Cameron County maintenance office and regional repair facility together have combined for 3,203 days without a disabling injury.
Every year, PennDOT recognizes some of its most innovative employees who approach work each day as a mission to serve the people of PA.
The goal of the pilot project was to reduce the incident influence timeline between when an incident occurs and motorists are notified.
During the holidays, PennDOT offices across the state find various ways to give back to our communities.
PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards attended her first Cabinet in Your Community event this week.
PennDOT's strongest asset has always been its employees, who continuously show their dedication to improving the department.
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.