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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Northbound I-95 in Wilmington to be closed Thursday, weekend

    Northbound lanes on Interstate 95 will close overnight Thursday and again on the weekend as crews to mill and repave the highway. Officials with the Delaware Department of Transportation say I-95 at Concord Pike will close from 10 p.m. Thursday to 5 a.m....
  • State adding more space for cyclists on roads

    State adding more space for cyclists on roads
    Bicyclists are getting more space to ride on roads in Broward and Palm Beach counties as the state begins adding buffers between bike lanes and traffic. Buffered bike lanes will soon be sprouting up on roads such as State Road 7, State Road A1A, U.S....
  • Expect lane closures for work at the Coleman Bridge on Sunday

    Maintenance work on the Coleman Bridge this weekend will cause traffic stops and temporary lanes closures, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Crews have scheduled single-lane alternating northbound closures on the bridge...
  • Caltrans, Metro to host public hearing on 710 Freeway extension project

    The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) will hold a public hearing Wednesday evening at La Cañada High School to seek community feedback on a draft environmental report for the 710...
  • Bill allowing 80 mph speed limit passes Nevada Legislature

    Nevada lawmakers put the pedal to the metal on Tuesday and approved a measure allowing the state to raise the maximum speed limit to 80 mph. Assembly members voted 31-11 to approve SB2 on Tuesday, and the measure now goes to the desk of Gov. Brian...
  • Resident praises Wilmette official for tackling Linden Avenue parking woes

    Elected officials, including Wilmette village trustees, are used to fielding complaints about how they operate. They are often emailed, phoned in, or declaimed by unhappy constituents at Village Board meetings. It's not often trustees or village staff...
  • Parking in Allentown a 'nightmare'

    Parking in Allentown a 'nightmare'
    All of the new buildings along Hamilton Street in Allentown look great. But for those of us who work on Hamilton Street, parking is a nightmare. We all know that parking garages do not command the rents that buildings do. But you would think that there is...
  • East Lake Forest train depot project on schedule

    East Lake Forest train depot project on schedule
    By the time the dust settles on construction around the east Lake Forest train station this month, the city will have an improved bicycle path and a number of new trees. The approximately $1.1 million project, which began April 20 includes a...
  • Construction Work To Begin In South Windsor

    SOUTH WINDSOR - A six-week construction project on Nevers Road is set to begin Wednesday. The work will begin the relocation of the water main on Nevers Road, from Mark Drive to the South Windsor High School driveway, according to a press release from...
  • Tax hikes for roadwork begin advancing in Louisiana House

    Pothole-riddled roads, traffic congestion and a never-addressed wish list of transportation projects are driving Louisiana's lawmakers to consider state tax increases to raise new money for roadwork. The House Ways and Means Committee approved two...
  • CEMEX sues Lake County to open 600-acre sand mine

    CEMEX sues Lake County to open 600-acre sand mine
    Lawyers for CEMEX Construction Materials want a judge to overrule Lake County's decision blocking the Mexican cement-maker from opening a 600-acre sand mine near Clermont. Lake County commissioners voted 3-2 against the mine after a seven-hour hearing...