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  • Traffic: Crash blocking traffic on E. Colonial Drive

    Traffic: Crash blocking traffic on E. Colonial Drive
    Morning commuters might see slight backups with several crashes being reported across Central Florida. Troopers are reporting that East Colonial Drive at Tucker Avenue is blocked by a crash that happened just after 10:30 a.m., according to the Florida...
  • NICTD reviewing response to Monday accident

    NICTD reviewing response to Monday accident
    A spokesman for the Northern Indiana Commuter Transit District said it's assessing its response to a freight train accident Monday night that left South Shore Railroad commuters stranded for hours at the Kensington Metra station in Chicago. A shipping...
  • Traffic: Vehicle fire, crashes creating congestion

    Traffic: Vehicle fire, crashes creating congestion
    Be prepared for a slower morning commute across parts of Central Florida. A vehicle that caught fire about 6 a.m. is blocking the right lane on northbound State Road 429 near the Sinclair Road exit, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. A crash...
  • DOT Worker Injured In I-91 Crash, State Police Said

    DOT Worker Injured In I-91 Crash, State Police Said
    HARTFORD — A highway worker was thrown from the bed of a state pickup truck after a vehicle crashed into it on I-91 Friday. The Department of Transportation workers injuries were not life-threatening, said Sgt. Shane Hassett of the state police....
  • Expanding the transportation conversation

    Transportation is a hot button issue in Baltimore City these days. In fact, it's red hot. At a recent community meeting, residents unloaded on the Maryland Department of Transportation over a proposed plan to restrict parking on the south side of...
  • Good Morning Baltimore: Freddie Gray coverage, Hogan taps $2M to fight heroin

    Good Morning Baltimore: Freddie Gray coverage, Hogan taps $2M to fight heroin
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here’s what you need to know for your Friday. WEATHER Today will be partly sunny, windy with temperatures in the mid-50s. But it’ll be a cold start with temperatures in the mid-30s. Freeze warnings are in effect...
  • Emergency roadwork, utility problems snarl morning commute

    Emergency roadwork, utility problems snarl morning commute
    Emergency roadwork on MD 140 West at Mt. Wilson Lane has closed the westbound right traffic lane and westbound right shoulder at 5:31 a.m on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. Emergency roadwork on MD 170 North prior to...
  • Truck Crash On I-91 South In New Haven Cleared

    NEW HAVEN — The scene of a tractor trailer crash on I-91 south in New Haven that caused major backups during the morning commute Thursday morning has been cleared. Two of four lanes were closed in the area of exit 4 because of the crash, state...
  • Woman jumps out of moving Jeep on I-264 after brakes fail; causes multi-vehicle crash, official says

    Woman jumps out of moving Jeep on I-264 after brakes fail; causes multi-vehicle crash, official says
    A multi-vehicle accident on I-264 in Virginia Beach Wednesday morning was caused by a woman who jumped out of a moving vehicle, an official said. The driver of a 2002 Jeep Cherokee was traveling westbound on I-264 during the rush hour morning commute...
  • Will Segways make a comeback (and clear the air) in China?

    Will Segways make a comeback (and clear the air) in China?
    Segways are a revolutionary mode of transportation embraced by mall cops and helmeted tourists, but seemingly very few others. Some cities have banned them. A U.S. president has toppled off of one. And in 2010 the company's (then) owner accidentally drove...
  • State Hosting Weeklong Sessions About Replacing I-84 Viaduct

    State Hosting Weeklong Sessions About Replacing I-84 Viaduct
    HARTFORD — When Connecticut tears down the deteriorating I-84 viaduct and rebuilds as much as 2 miles of the highway, the impact promises to be enormous: Years of construction, delays and detours in the middle of the city. "At $4 billion to $5...