When it comes to designing a transportation project, it's important to get accurate measurements. PennDOT uses photogrammetry and LiDAR.
PennDOT recently released a new traffic data information application called the Traffic Information Repository, or TIRe.
For the last five years, Tom Helsel has been the assistant construction engineer for the Route 219 Project in Somerset County.
The Route 519 Safety Improvement Project in Washington County will provide increased safety and reduced congestion for travelers.
Did you know that transportation jobs = STEM jobs?
As a project manager, April Hannon deals with projects from downtown streetscapes to safety signal upgrades to multimodal roadway projects.
PennDOT intern Ellerie Krot had the opportunity to shadow Secretary Leslie S. Richards for a day back in June.
PennDOT takes its road materials seriously, which is why we have a team of employees devoted to testing the integrity of products we use.
Marcus LaManna, a traffic control specialist in the Harrisburg-based Eastern Regional Traffic Management Center loves the outdoors.
Jim Andrews has held many positions and seen many changes in his 33 years at PennDOT.
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.