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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Allentown must address traffic, parking issues

    Allentown must address traffic, parking issues
    The PPL Center arena was a wonderful idea for downtown Allentown. The reality of it, though, is the traffic patterns. We went to the arena on Saturday morning; it was nothing but mass chaos. We were stuck in traffic at Seventh and Linden streets for...
  • La Grange Road to be closed at rail crossing during resurfacing project

    La Grange Road to be closed at rail crossing during resurfacing project
    The La Grange Road railroad crossing in the village of La Grange will be closed to motorists and pedestrians for about eight days because of a resurfacing project that will begin later this month. The closure will begin on Sept. 26 at 9 a.m. and...
  • Hartford Provides First Detailed Peek At Ballpark Revenue Projections

    Hartford Provides First Detailed Peek At Ballpark Revenue Projections
    HARTFORD — New city projections of expenses and revenues for the proposed minor league ballpark, including money raised through property taxes, parking income and a tax on tickets, show that taxpayers would gain $22.8 million over 30 years. The...
  • Project would decrease rail traffic in Canton

    Project would decrease rail traffic in Canton
    A nearly $4 million public-private project will relocate some operations of the Canton Railroad Co. away from the neighborhood's east end, significantly reducing train traffic and noise in the increasingly residential and commercial area. Railroad and...
  • Subaru Outback

    Subaru Outback
    The 2014 Subaru Outback looks good in person and on paper, but its specifications don’t make it stand out in a crowded field. Fortunately for Subaru, specifications aren’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to choosing a car. There are other...
  • Allentown hoping to speed new arena access for Tom Petty show Tuesday

    Allentown hoping to speed new arena access for Tom Petty show Tuesday
    For many, the waiting is the hardest part, so the folks who run Allentown's new arena and manage the city's traffic and parking are planning tweaks they hope will make concertgoers' lives a little easier for Tuesday night's Tom Petty concert. But they'...
  • Hollywood Blvd. drivers see red at new turnpike ramp signal

    Hollywood Blvd. drivers see red at new turnpike ramp signal
    Drivers in the vicinity of the Hollywood interchange on Florida's Turnpike may have traded one problem for another. The good news: A new southbound SunPass-only off-ramp for drivers heading west to Pembroke Pines has diverted more than 5,000 vehicles...
  • Allentown arena debut challenges pessimists

    Allentown arena debut challenges pessimists
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski told me there was a moment Friday night that really excited him. He was walking out of the sold-out Eagles concert in the city's new arena, he looked down Seventh Street — and he saw nine taxis lined up. Not nine...
  • New House Report Blasts NHTSA

     
    On the heels of yesterday's New York Times investigation, a report from the House Energy and Commerce Committee blasted the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for an alleged series of critical mistakes leading up to GM's recall of some 2.2.......
  • Duke Energy switching out old wooden power poles with new steel ones in Mount Dora

    Duke Energy switching out old wooden power poles with new steel ones in Mount Dora
    MOUNT DORA — Out with the old, in with the new. So it goes with the power poles that are critical to keeping the lights and AC running in the city. Duke Energy is in the midst of replacing old wooden transmission poles with new steel ones, which...
  • New York Times: NHTSA Has 'Record of Missteps'

     
    A New York Times investigation into the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration alleges that the nation's top auto safety regulator spent the past decade stumbling over recalls and withholding its legal powers to regulate an auto industry with...