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  • More Snow In Manchester Causing Problems

    More Snow In Manchester Causing Problems
    MANCHESTER — Heavy snow in the late afternoon on top of the morning's accumulation was causing more headaches for residents and plow operators. Fox CT meteorologist Dan Amarante said a heavy band of snow was moving across the I-91 corridor, causing...
  • Massive storm blankets Chicago, closes schools, threatens commutes

    Massive storm blankets Chicago, closes schools, threatens commutes
    Monday classes were canceled for hundreds of thousands of Chicago-area schoolchildren after a blizzardlike storm Sunday dropped more than a foot of snow across the region. Lingering accumulation could disrupt the morning drive, forecasters say, but...
  • The commuter shuffle: Shovel out, ditch car, wait for train

    The commuter shuffle: Shovel out, ditch car, wait for train
    Commuters shuffled through the Ogilvie Transportation Center on Monday morning, bundled against the snow and cold and many of them running late because of delays and cancellations on Metra lines. Lynette Russell arrived at Ogilvie after traveling from...
  • Chicago Public Schools, some suburban schools closed

    Chicago Public Schools, some suburban schools closed
    Hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren across the Chicago area will stay home from school Monday after Sunday's snowstorm dropped more than a foot of snow. Chicago Public Schools on Sunday evening announced its third weather-related closing this year....
  • Metra riders sound off on rate hike

    Metra riders sound off on rate hike
    Metra riders may experience some sticker shock this week as they purchase monthly passes for February, the first month reflecting the commuter rail service's rate increases. "The biggest problem is if it can't be on time, how can they increase fares?"...
  • 4G wireless coming to CTA subways later this year

    4G wireless coming to CTA subways later this year
    Smartphone service dead spots could be a thing of the past by year's end for thousands of daily CTA riders in Blue and Red Line tunnels, under a $32.5 million deal set to be announced Friday. The 20-year agreement calls for four major wireless providers...
  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Cold snap, Lexington plans and where eagles snare

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Cold snap, Lexington plans and where eagles snare
    Happy FridayBaltimore: Here's what you need to know to get the day going ... WEATHER It’ll be partly sunny today with strong winds from 12 to 25 mph out of the west northwest. Gusts of over 40 mph are possible, so hold onto your hat!...
  • I-4 ultimate makeover officially begins Sunday

    I-4 ultimate makeover officially begins Sunday
    At least six years of construction officially began 12:01 a.m. Sunday on Interstate 4. But commuters don't need to worry just yet: It will be a few weeks before they have to deal with mind-numbing congestion. The moment the clock turned to Sunday is...
  • 2 Metro-North Derailments Raise New Concerns From Regulators

    2 Metro-North Derailments Raise New Concerns From Regulators
    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Two Metro-North derailments in New York have renewed concerns among federal regulators over the commuter railroad's focus on safety. No one was injured after trains left the tracks at Grand Central Terminal and White Plains,...
  • Fairfield County Legislators Ask For I-95, Metro-North Upgrades

    United by a sense of urgency to improve I-95 and the Metro-North railroad, a bipartisan caucus of Fairfield County legislators is campaigning to put southwestern Connecticut at the front of the line for transportation infrastructure funds. Fairfield...
  • Chicago Millennials drive less, but not as much as you think

    Chicago Millennials drive less, but not as much as you think
    When Noel Harvey moved from Roscoe Village to Avalon Park during the holidays, he had an extra jingle in his step. Harvey, 23, had been riding the CTA No. 50-Damen bus to commute to his sales job in North Center on the North Side, but he traded his...