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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Boca Raton missing out on county road fees

    Boca Raton missing out on county road fees
    Boca Raton has put the brakes on another road expansion project and with it a chance to get back some of the money generated in the city to build county roads. Palm Beach County is dropping plans to widen Jog Road to six lanes between Glades and Yamato...
  • Osceola toll road into Orange hits snags

    Osceola toll road into Orange hits snags
    A proposed Osceola County toll road expansion that could snake into Orange County faces temporary delays amid mounting opposition from Orange leaders and residents. Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs said Tuesday that she's received assurances from...
  • Proposed project hopes to lure young professionals to Costa Mesa's Westside

    Proposed project hopes to lure young professionals to Costa Mesa's Westside
    A proposed 176-unit residential development in Costa Mesa that would replace an industrial site faced some public and City Council scrutiny last week. If approved, the Westside Gateway three-story home development would cover a 9-acre site at 671 W....
  • Planned Fulton Market district to get $42M from city

    The city plans to allocate more than $42 million to improve parts of the West Loop included in its proposed Fulton Market Innovation District, a plan being pushed by the mayor as a way to encourage yet corral the neighborhood's explosive growth. The...
  • Martha Musgrove: No quieting All Aboard Florida furor

    In his day, Florida's visionary Henry Flagler was a complex, risk-taking entrepreneur, adept at playing hard-ball to get what he wanted. He didn't always play fair, but as he built his railroad he was careful to also build the markets needed to sustain...
  • Lighthouse Point new bridge construction delayed

    Q: Signs say the completion date for the Kingfisher Waterway Bridge is now summer of 2014. It appears no actual work has taken place for some time and I'm wondering whether the already extended completion date from the spring is realistic and why the...
  • Drivers must pull up to white line for light to change

    Q: Drivers on Military Trail sometimes have to wait through three light changes before the left turn arrow to go west on Lake Ida Road in Delray Beach finally appears. Drivers stacked up in the left turn lane pull out into the northbound through lanes...
  • DOT Advisory: Avoid I-84 In Southington This Weekend

    DOT Advisory: Avoid I-84 In Southington This Weekend
    The state Department of Transportation has a strong suggestion for motorists: Avoid I-84 at Exit 30 in Southington at all costs because the highway will be shut down in both directions for the entire weekend. Traffic will be diverted off I-84 starting...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Road Work To Be Done In South Windsor

    During the weeks of June 30 through August 1, crack sealing will be done on various streets in South Windsor. The crack sealing process will consist of air cleaning cracks in the pavement one half inch wide to an approximate depth of one half of an inch....
  • Mid-Year Agenda Update: Infrastructure, Poverty And Hartford

    It's been six months since The Courant published its wish list for this year in the editorial series Agenda 2014 (on http://www.courant.com/opinion). Here is a mid-year update. Infrastructure Citing infrastructure-related accidents on the state's rail...
  • Tollway poised to award contract to firm accused of hiring fraud

    Tollway poised to award contract to firm accused of hiring fraud
    The Illinois Tollway is poised to award a hefty construction contract to a New York-based firm that was accused of fraud in connection with minority hiring for a tunnel project in that city, the Tribune has learned. Judlau Contracting Inc.'s $64 million...