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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Weigh in on the new U.S. 460

    The U.S. 460 saga has dragged on without an inch of asphalt to show as delay after delay stretched out the timeline, but now is the time to give some of the state and federal agencies involved a piece of your mind. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...
  • Works starts on repairs to Lake Worth Road Bridge in Palm Beach County

    Works starts on repairs to Lake Worth Road Bridge in Palm Beach County
    The Florida Department of Transportation is fixing up the Lake Worth Road Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway, making repairs that could impact traffic on the bridge until the project is complete. The minor rehabilitation project on the drawbridge...
  • Leesburg adds new page on website for streetscaping updates

    Leesburg adds new page on website for streetscaping updates
    Attention, motorists in Lake County. If you routinely drive through downtown Leesburg and are wondering how the new streetscaping construction work will impact motorists, now there’s an easy way to find out. The City of Leesburg has added a new...
  • Psst ... wanna buy a parking spot?

    Psst ... wanna buy a parking spot?
    In Los Angeles, parking your car on the street can be almost as stressful as driving it in traffic. Day after day, motorists repeat the same drill in the congested neighborhoods of the city: They weave up and down the streets, eyes peeled for an empty...
  • National air bag recall hits Hampton Roads auto dealers

    National air bag recall hits Hampton Roads auto dealers
    HAMPTON — The calls have been steady, and the inquires limitless at the Priority Honda dealership in Hampton. "We've definitely experienced an increase in calls," said Dan Asble, Priority Honda Hampton service adviser. "Many of them are asking...
  • I-84 West Briefly Closed In New Britain For Vehicle Fire

    NEW BRITAIN — A vehicle fire on I-84 westbound had closed the highway Monday afternoon between Exits 37 and 36 for about an hour, the state Department of Transportation said. The incident was reported just after 3 p.m., according to an alert from...
  • Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot

    Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot
    Tinley Park trustees approved the $240,000 purchase of a lot outside the town's convention center, which they said would cost less than making changes if the property is later redeveloped. Trustee Dave Seaman introduced a resolution authorizing a real...
  • Lauderhill man killed in roadway crash loved his job, fiancee says

    Lauderhill man killed in roadway crash loved his job, fiancee says
    Ron Alexander loved his job with an electronics recycling firm and did not mind at all getting up early to work weekends, his fiancee said Sunday. "It was a normal day," said Fantise Mack, recalling Saturday morning when Alexander arose in the dark,...
  • Woman pays hefty price to visit Allentown's new downtown

    Woman pays hefty price to visit Allentown's new downtown
    All the shiny new buildings and trendy dining spots aren't going to be enough to draw suburbanites to downtown Allentown if they get treated the way Andrea Hoagland did recently. She left her home in Whitehall Township on Oct. 3 and drove downtown to go...
  • Uptown plans envision a village

    Uptown plans envision a village
    As plans move forward for uptown Fort Lauderdale's future, it's cars that are taking a back seat and pedestrians who are doing the driving. A new Urban Land Institute study says uptown's success depends on transforming the car-dependent employment...
  • Downtown Orlando streets could be reworked to slow traffic, encourage walking and biking

    Downtown Orlando streets could be reworked to slow traffic, encourage walking and biking
    In a notion that has been talked about for years, downtown Orlando's roads could be reworked to slow cars and trucks as a way to encourage more people to walk or ride their bikes. Among the possibilities: returning two-way traffic to streets such as...