Destination of the Day

Pennsylvania Highways won its first award on June 18, 1998 when it named "Pennsylvania Destination of the Day" from Kessler Freedman, Incorporated.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko and the Pennsylvania Highways Archives, and the website were featured in two separate articles that were published in the July 12, 1998 issue of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Metro East edition.

CUTV

Pennsylvania Highways was credited on the March 7, 2000 edition of California University of Pennsylvania's CUTV Newscenter for providing information for a story on the opening of the Mon-Fayette Expressway's Mason-Dixon Link.

http://roads.to/30

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko won a contest in Summer 2000 put on by the webmaster of the site dedicated to reconstruction of US 30 in Westmoreland County.  The prize was an official PennDOT t-shirt.

PennDOT

From the "will wonders never cease" file, PennDOT District 4 has decided to link to Pennsylvania Highways from their Transportation Links page.

PennDOT

Keeping the theme of wonders never ceasing going, it was discovered in Fall 2001 that the main PennDOT site has linked to Pennsylvania Highways on their Cultural Resources Management Program Links Page.

NTV

Pennsylvania Highways received international attention on December 30, 2001 from NTV in Russia.  A link to the website was provited in an article about an accident that took place on Interstate 80.

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Pennsylvania Highways was cited as a source for information in two articles, "Rehabilitating the Tunnel" and "Controlling the Tunnel", about the Fort Pitt and Tunnel rehabilitation project in the March 31, 2002 edition of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were mentioned in a story about viaducts in Butler in the June 23, 2002 edition of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Metro North edition.

Pennsylvania Highways Exits was listed as the number one "WWW" or "Websites Worth Watching" for September 2002 PDF by ReadyNetGo...News published by Ready Net Go, Incorporated of southeastern Pennsylvania.

Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko was mentioned in the March, April, May 2004 issue of the Lincoln Highway Journal, for having been the first member of the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor to have adopted a Lincoln Highway sign in each of the six counties encompassed by the organization.

Land Line Magazine

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko and Pennsylvania Highways were citied for providing a picture of the Hempfield Toll Plaza for inclusion in the March/April 2004 issue of Land Line Magazine for their article entitled "A Prophesy with a Problem".

Associated Press

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko was interviewed for a story about the Pennsylvania State Police dressing in camouflage to run speed traps near wooded areas for a story that was distributed via the Associated Press on June 2, 2004.

Destination of the Day

The first award Pennsylvania Highways received was bestowed upon it again on August 4, 2004, when it was named the "Pennsylvania Destination of the Day".

Pocono Record

Pennsylvania Highways was used as a source for a story on the rehabilitation of Interstate 80 at Interstate 380 in the August 19, 2004 issue of the Pocono Record.

WGAL-TV

The Interstate 83 Exit Guide was linked from a WGAL-TV story on an overturned tanker truck on I-83 near Exit 40A on November 24, 2004.

WETM-TV

The first out-of-state television station to mention the site was WETM-TV from Elmira, New York on January 6, 2005 on a page with links to current road conditions.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were mentioned in Joe Grata's "Getting Around" column about the SWPA Road Enthusiast Meets in the August 28, 2005 edition of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Reading Eagle

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were mentioned in a story on ghost highways in the October 31, 2005 Halloween's "Drive Time" section of the Reading Eagle.

Overdrive

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were mentioned in Overdrive magazine's annual "Worst Roads" article which appeared in the December 2005 issue.

Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko was mentioned in the September, October, November 2006 issue of the Lincoln Highway Journal, for attending the PennDOT commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the signage of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 at the Eisenhower Farm in Gettysburg on June 28, 2006.

WEFR-FM

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko was interviewed for a program entitled Community Issues which aired on September 30, 2006 at 7:45 AM, 1:15 PM, and 6:15 PM on WEFR-FM in Erie, and discussed the website as well as construction projects that were taking place within the Commonwealth at the time.

Overdrive

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were mentioned in Overdrive magazine's annual "Worst Roads" article which appeared in the December 2006 issue.

Overdrive

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were were mentioned in Overdrive magazine's annual "Worst Roads" article which appeared in the January 2008 issue.

WEFR-FM

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko was interviewed for a program entitled Community Issues which aired on February 2 and February 9, 2008 on WEFR-FM in Erie, and discussed the website as well as news items of the time such as the proposed tolling of Interstate 80.

Greensburg Tribune-Review

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were featured in a story in the August 26, 2008 edition of the Greensburg Tribune-Review.

Overdrive

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were were mentioned in Overdrive magazine's annual "Worst Roads" article which appeared in the January 2009 issue.

New Enterprise Stone & Lime Company

Webmaster Jeff Kitsko provided a picture of the Interstate 80 and Interstate 380 interchange for inclusion in the June/July 2010 issue of New Enterprise Stone & Lime Company's newsletter The Enterpriser for an article entitled "Three Strikes - You're Out" about the failed tolling of Interstate 80 with mention of the website.

KYW-AM

Pennsylvania Highways and Webmaster Jeff Kitsko were mentioned on June 30, 2011 in a story on KYW-AM in Philadelphia about Google Maps erroneously marking US 30 as Quebec 366.