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  • SHA to use zipper machine at Md. 140 bridge work

    The Maryland State Highway Administration has elected to utilize a technology never before used in the state to ensure traffic along Md. 140 near the border of Carroll and Baltimore counties remains smooth while the bridge over Liberty Reservoir is...
  • Traffic: Crashes, fog for morning commute

    Morning commuters are seeing pockets of fog and a handful of crashes across Central Florida. The Florida Highway Patrol is reporting heavy fog along Interstate 95 in Malabar and light fog along the interstate in Cocoa. Troopers are asking drivers to use...
  • Construction at Downers Grove Metra Station resumes Monday

    Construction at Downers Grove Metra Station resumes Monday
    Construction is set to resume Monday on a long-delayed project to improve the platforms and increase safety at the Downers Grove Main Street Metra Station. The east ends of the in-bound and out-bound boarding platforms will be closed to commuters...
  • 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...
  • Good morning, Baltimore! Here's the pitch for your O's opening day Friday

    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's the pitch for your O's opening day Friday
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here’s what you need to know for 'opening day' Friday: WEATHER We’re in for a stormy Friday, which means if you’re playing hooky from work and heading to Camden Yards for Opening Day this afternoon, you...
  • I-84 Crashes Slow Morning Traffic

    FARMINGTON — A crash on I-84 involving a tractor trailer and a car and other accidents on the wet highway have slowed the morning commute into Hartford. The Farmington crash happened in the eastbound lanes before 5:50 a.m. in the area of exit 39A...
  • Cycling commuters push for more dedicated lanes

    Cycling commuters push for more dedicated lanes
    Bike commuters are campaigning for separate bike lanes — physically removed from the road — that would connect major job centers, commercial stretches and residential neighborhoods. Without separated or designated bike lanes, bikers risk...
  • Toll roads pitched as alternative during I-4 construction

    Toll roads pitched as alternative during I-4 construction
    When a truck driver crashed last month on the infamous Fairbanks curve of Interstate 4, his tractor trailer burst into flames and nearly eight hours passed before for the nearly mile-long backup was cleared. Imagine that scenario occurring this summer,...
  • How will CTA juggle more rail riders, less state funding?

     How will CTA juggle more rail riders, less state funding?
    Given a choice, a transit agency would rather deal with the challenges of ridership growth than a decline, and the Chicago Transit Authority faces the mixed blessing of both — with the added threat of $105 million in state funding cuts to the CTA...
  • Scores demand that Elgin-Huntley-Rockford Amtrak plan be put back on the rails

    The planned train even has a name — the Black Hawk. But will the long-debated Amtrak service from Chicago through Elgin, Huntley and Belvidere into Rockford and eventually Dubuque ever become reality? When new Gov. Bruce Rauner presented his cost-...
  • Confused about parking restrictions? Redesigned street signs may help

    Confused about parking restrictions? Redesigned street signs may help
    Squinting out a car window to decipher a stack of pole-bound parking signs is one of L.A.'s more annoying experiences.  That could change starting this weekend, with the launch of a new sign aimed at making parking restrictions easier to understand. The...