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  • Upgrades eyed for Miller South Shore station

    Upgrades eyed for Miller South Shore station
    GARY — Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson said plans are in the works to upgrade the Miller South Shore station near Lake Street. Freeman-Wilson said Miller is in the midst of a turnaround and it's the centerpiece of a federal initiative aimed at...
  • Snow snarls morning commute across northern Illinois

    A thin blanket of snow is snarling the morning commute across northern Illinois, where slick roadways led to scores of accidents and brought traffic to a crawl in some areas. The Illinois State Police says that reports of crashes and spin-outs started...
  • 63 trips being restored to MBTA commuter rail services

    The company that runs the MBTA's commuter rail services is restoring 63 trips as it continues to recover from a winter of heavy snow and frigid temperatures that crippled service. Keolis Commuter Services says the extra 63 trips will be added on most...
  • Wintry mix may botch morning commute

     Wintry mix may botch morning commute
    As temperatures drop below freezing overnight, a wintry mix hitting around 5 a.m. Monday could make for a tricky drive to work, weather forecasters say. The arrival of a low pressure system from Canada is expected to cause temperatures to fall to...
  • Snow, Heavy At Times, Expected For Friday Afternoon Commute

    It began snowing in Connecticut early Friday afternoon from a storm expected to drop as much as 4 inches on some parts of the state, but the storm is expected to clear the state by the end of the night bringing pleasant, milder weather for Hartford's St....
  • Drivers pay $1 million to use I-595 express lanes

    Drivers pay $1 million to use I-595 express lanes
    The Interstate 595 express lanes have lived up to their billing in their first year: Providing a quick shot between the western suburbs and Fort Lauderdale for those willing to pay. Travel speeds are up and tolls have remained low since the region's...
  • Derailing Maryland light rail

    Derailing Maryland light rail
    With hundreds of millions of dollars already invested in the Red and Purple rail line transit projects, and strong support for them displayed not only by local governments but from business leaders, there is a growing suspicion that Gov. Larry Hogan may...
  • Traffic: Motorists warned to use caution during wintry mix

    Traffic: Motorists warned to use caution during wintry mix
    With the first day of spring ushering in a wintry mix of rain and snow, state and local transportation departments warm motorists to keep speeds down and allow for extra braking distance during Friday morning's commute. The Baltimore City Department of...
  • Months of traffic congestion expected in Baltimore as I-95 construction begins anew

    Months of traffic congestion expected in Baltimore as I-95 construction begins anew
    Commuters and other travelers along Interstate 95 in Baltimore should expect heavy traffic congestion during peak travel times for the next eight months, as construction forces a second year of complicated lane closures from Caton Avenue to the Fort...
  • I-84 Rush Hour Commute Backed Up In Hartford

    HARTFORD – A pair of incidents along Interstate 84 East in the Hartford area left the highway backed up for about four miles Wednesday afternoon during the rush hour commute, according to a Department of Transportation official. Kevin Nursick, a...
  • 'Sunrise Express' slashes commute time, more riders eyed

    CHESTERTON — The new general manager of the South Shore commuter rail service thinks the new "Sunrise Express" service that chugs off Monday from South Bend to Chicago will be a game changer, attracting new commuters to jobs in the city. The six-...