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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Springs cites cop for speeding on turnpike

    Springs cites cop for speeding on turnpike
    A police officer caught driving 88 mph on Florida's Turnpike — 23 mph over the posted limit — has received counseling for excessive speed. A resident complained Officer Brody Scott was speeding on the turnpike near Glades Road on Aug. 31...
  • Traffic: Disabled vehicle on I-97 North

    Traffic: Disabled vehicle on I-97 North
    The state Department of Transportation has reported a disabled vehicle on Interstate 97 North at MD 100 at 8:52 a.m. No additional information was given. The Maryland Transportation Authority says there is a fog alert for the area. Use extra caution...
  • Lanes to close in Casselberry this weekend

    Lanes to close in Casselberry this weekend
    Lanes will be closed nightly for nearly two weeks starting Friday at one of Casselberry's main intersections, State Road 436 and U.S. Highway 17/92. Construction crews are delivering and installing massive beams – some as long as 200 feet –...
  • Edgerton Street Culvert Project In Manchester Completed

    Edgerton Street Culvert Project In Manchester Completed
    MANCHESTER — Bigelow Brook is flowing from Center Springs Pond through the newly installed Edgerton Street culvert, and the long-closed road will be reopened to traffic by the end of the year. The project will also include a pedestrian bridge...
  • NHTSA Tells Chrysler to Expand Its Takata Airbag Recall

     
    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration put Chrysler in the hot seat Tuesday, telling the automaker to expand its June recall of vehicles with defective Takata airbags and to report the problem to affected owners by Dec. 1, according to......
  • Slashing service is no answer to circulator woes

    Slashing service is no answer to circulator woes
    The Charm City Circulator is a free service which is an incredible amenity to those who live and work in and around downtown, and especially the 11th District ("Charm City Circulator running $11.6M deficit," Nov. 25). It contributes to a reduction in...
  • More than 200 cars towed on the first day of the overnight parking ban

    More than 200 cars towed on the first day of the overnight parking ban
    More than 200 drivers got a rude awakening on Monday when they discovered their cars were towed. The city counted 239 cars towed on the first day of the annual—and seasonal—overnight parking ban, according to Molly Poppe, spokeswoman for the...
  • New Bitgood Road bridge open for traffic

    A higher, longer, wider bridge over Hopeville Pond on Bitgood Road opened for business Nov 26, with the Griswold Senior Center bus serving as the first vehicle to drive over the new $1.3 million span. The bridge, the second to be replaced along Bitgood...
  • Overnight parking ban starts today

    Overnight parking ban starts today
    Drivers, watch where you park. Chicago's winter overnight parking ban started early Monday.  Regardless of snow, parking is banned from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m. from Dec. 1 to March 31 on 107 miles of main streets where permanent no-parking signs are posted....
  • Test-driving a truck with the newest smart features included

    Test-driving a truck with the newest smart features included
    For a 5,360-pound pickup, the 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 makes a surprisingly nimble mobile office. While luxury automakers Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi tiptoe into on-board Internet access, General Motors is loading most of its 2015 pickups, SUVs and...
  • Chicago drivers, slow down. This isn't Frogger.

    Chicago drivers, slow down. This isn't Frogger.
    You know those fluorescent signs positioned in the roadway that warn of pedestrian crossings? The ones that read in bold lettering, "STOP"? Take a moment, Chicago drivers, to let this sink in: You're plowing into them. Routinely. That doesn't bode...