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  • Drivers know I-4 hot spots but cannot avoid them

    Drivers know I-4 hot spots but cannot avoid them
    Talk to anyone who drives Interstate 4 on a regular basis, and he or she will tick off the most prominent spots where traffic backs up. The interchanges with State Road 408, Maitland Boulevard and Florida's Turnpike. The Fairbanks curve and the...
  • Boating Times magazine launches in South Florida

    Boating Times magazine launches in South Florida
    A new boating magazine is debuting in South Florida, available monthly for free and focused on ways to make boating easier and more fun. Boating Times, first launched on New York's Long Island in 2007, will offer three separate editions for Miami-Dade,...
  • Suspicious packages shut down parts of Metro Red, Purple lines

    Suspicious packages shut down parts of Metro Red, Purple lines
    Service on Metro's Red and Purple lines was disrupted Thursday evening during the rush hour commute after the bomb squad was called to the tracks of a central Los Angeles subway station on reports of suspicious packages, authorities said. About 6 p.m.,...
  • McKeldin remade as traffic hurdle?

    McKeldin remade as traffic hurdle?
    I see the city boosters are drooling over the concept of a grassy, landscaped McKeldin Plaza ("New plan would transform McKeldin Plaza," May 13) that would seamlessly lead from the corner of Pratt and Light streets to Harborplace. Goodness, gracious, we...
  • Commuting has become a joke

    Commuting has become a joke
    Commuting has become a joke in Broward and Miami-Dade counties. Traffic is getting heavier and heavier every day, and commuting becomes more stressful and time consuming, especially in Broward and Miami Dade Counties. Let's not talk about rush-hour...
  • Opinion newsletter for Saturday, May 9, 2015

    It's the ultimate tech-induced “disruption,” to use a venture-capitalist trope that might actually be appropriate in this case: Your quiet, hillside neighborhood, brimming with curb appeal and expensive real estate, suddenly becomes the...
  • Amtrak crash: Why positive train control is a negative for many railroads

    Amtrak crash: Why positive train control is a negative for many railroads
    The location may be near Philadelphia, but the story is tragically familiar to anyone in Southern California who commutes by rail: After a deadly derailment -- this one of an Amtrak train apparently traveling more than 100 miles per hour through a curve...
  • Orlando breaks ground on new Lymmo line for Parramore

    Orlando breaks ground on new Lymmo line for Parramore
    Local and federal officials hailed the latest expansion of Orlando's rapidly growing commuter-bus service Thursday, breaking ground on a new Lymmo line aimed at connecting the Parramore neighborhood to the heart of downtown. The Lime Line, expected to...
  • Lake County contributes to Chicago's third-place finish in road rage

    Lake County contributes to Chicago's third-place finish in road rage
    It is a daily evening-rush occurrence for motorists in central Lake County: When traffic starts to back up on westbound Route 120 near Almond Road, someone will designate themselves King of the Road. This coronation occurs at a point where the roadway...
  • Good morning, Baltimore! What you need to know for your Thursday.

    Good morning, Baltimore! What you need to know for your Thursday.
    WEATHER It'll be sunny today with temperatures in the low 70s, with an overnight low of 49. Winds will be gentle at 4 to 8 mph and they will be out of the northeast.  Looks like we're in for a partly sunny Preakness Saturday. TRAFFIC Get the...
  • What we know about the Amtrak derailment

    What we know about the Amtrak derailment
    While many questions remained unanswered in the derailment of a northbound Amtrak commuter train in Philadelphia Tuesday night, here's what we know: 1. It originated in D.C. The train was scheduled to depart Washington's Union Station at 7:10 p.m....