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  • Getting Around: Chicago gets closer to mayor's bike lane goal

    Getting Around: Chicago gets closer to mayor's bike lane goal
    Chicago is hustling to reach the finish line next spring on Mayor Rahm Emanuel's promise to complete 100 miles of bicycle lanes that are shielded from traffic, and city officials hope the public doesn't judge the project strictly by the number of bike...
  • Taxis sow traffic chaos in Europe protesting against Uber car app

    Taxis sow traffic chaos in Europe protesting against Uber car app
    Taxi drivers sowed traffic chaos in Europe's top cities on Wednesday by mounting one of the biggest protests ever against Uber, a U.S. car service whose smartphone app summons rides at the touch of a button. Hundreds of licensed black taxis snarled...
  • Traffic impact fee plan hits roadblocks in Lower Macungie

    When officials in Lower Macungie chose to begin imposing a transportation impact fee on developers in 2009, they spoke ambitiously about those new dollars helping to fund up to $37 million worth of traffic improvements in the Lehigh Valley's third most-...
  • Broward again eyes fix for timing of red lights

    Broward again eyes fix for timing of red lights
    Broward County has been promising for 40 years to fix the problem of unsynchronized traffic lights. Now officials say they have the solution — a real-time system that can adapt to changing traffic conditions — but it is still about six years...
  • Despite ridicule, Egypt pushes ahead with AIDS, hepatitis 'cure'

    Egypt’s military on Saturday pressed ahead with promotion of a fanciful device it claims can diagnose and cure AIDS and hepatitis, announcing that it would be tested in the next six months on larger numbers of patients in army hospitals. It was...
  • Residents can provide input on U.S. 441 corridor study through online survey

    Following up on several meetings to discuss how to improve traffic flow along U.S. Highway 441, the state Department of Transportation is offering residents a chance to provide input through an online survey. The corridor study area runs from the Golden...
  • One person killed in three-vehicle crash on 405 Freeway in Torrance

    One person killed in three-vehicle crash on 405 Freeway in Torrance
    A three-vehicle collision left one man dead and closed four lanes of traffic on the northbound 405 Freeway out of Torrance early Friday, snarling the morning commute, authorities said. The accident occurred about 5:15 a.m. just north of Artesia...
  • Getting to Lucas museum would be half the battle

     Getting to Lucas museum would be half the battle
    Too bad you can't get there from here. Not if "there" is the newly won Lucas Museum of Narrative Art headed for the near south lakefront. And not if "here" is one of the West Loop Metra stations used by day-trippers from the suburbs. Well, OK, you can...
  • 2 rush-hour crashes on I-78, Allentown, injure motorcyclist, car driver

    Two Interstate 78 accidents within a half-hour of each other during the Thursday evening rush hour near the Allentown border injured a motorcyclist and a car driver, according to police radio reports. The motorcyclist was injured in the first accident,...
  • Five tips for non-morning enthusiasts to get a jump on workday

    Whether you're anticipating a busy day at the office or looking forward to a productive day following job leads, you can make your mornings more productive and less hectic by employing a few time management strategies. Sunny Schlenger, author of...
  • In bid for millennials, cities and states promote cycling

    WASHINGTON If a 90-minute commute from Brooklyn to New Jersey sounds grueling in a car, just imagine it on a bicycle. Until a recent job change, 40-year-old Peter Schneider made that daily trip, biking 22 miles from his home in Brooklyn to his...