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Transportation

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  • Red Line to get North Side overhaul, while South Siders decry wait

    Red Line to get North Side overhaul, while South Siders decry wait
    The CTA said Wednesday it is moving forward with a multibillion-dollar overhaul of the Red Line’s aging north branch tracks and stations, just hours after South Siders aired complaints to the agency’s board that Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s...
  • South Korean ferry rescue efforts failing to find survivors

    South Korean ferry rescue efforts failing to find survivors
    SEOUL — Divers struggled against strong currents and murky waters Friday morning in an effort to locate 271 people reported missing after a ferry sank off South Korea’s southwestern coast. Water and weather conditions were making it...
  • Driver seeks sign to help find University Drive

    Q: When you enter Interstate 595 from State Road 7, there are no signs that say you have to stay on S.R. 84 if you want to go to University Drive. The first westbound exit is Pine Island Road. A sign is desperately needed for those heading west to...
  • Condos planned for Middle River in Fort Lauderdale

    Condos planned for Middle River in Fort Lauderdale
    The condo craze continues in Broward County as developers capitalize on strong demand in a re-energized housing market. Premier Developers plans to build RIVA on a two-acre site at 1180 N. Federal Highway, across from George English Park in Fort...
  • U.S. treasure hunters return to 'Ship of Gold' sunk in 1857 hurricane

    By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) - A deep-ocean exploration company is seeking to recover a lucrative haul of gold aboard the shipwreck of the SS Central America, nearly 160 years after it sank off the coast of South Carolina in a hurricane....
  • Traffic: Incident on I-95 in Howard

    Traffic: Incident on I-95 in Howard
    A collision involving a single vehicle has closed one shoulder lane northbound on I-95 at the exit for Rt. 100, according to the transportation department. The Maryland State High Administration is urging drivers to avoid traveling if possible Monday...
  • Spend an evening with famous figures from Florida's history

    Spend an evening with famous figures from Florida's history
    History morphs into theater with “Dreamers & Schemers: An Evening with Great Floridians,” set for 6 p.m. March 18 at the Broward County Library Main Branch in Fort Lauderdale. The event uses actors recreating famous figures from Florida&...
  • From the Boathouse: Give water taxis another try, but do it right

    Ahoy! I am pleased that the discussion about water taxis in Newport Harbor has bubbled up to the surface again. Yes, taxis have failed in the past because the logistics and paying ridership were not well thought out. Additionally, the project was...
  • More snow falls in Harford; schools closed Monday

    Harford County is wearing more white for St. Patrick's Day. An overnight snow has canceled Harford County Public Schools classes for today, Monday, March 17. The school system is on Code Green, according to an announcement made shortly before 5 a.m....
  • Smothered by smog, Paris bans some cars; measure lifted late in day

    PARIS -- With the City of Light buried under a thick blanket of smog for a week now, authorities in the French capital took drastic steps Monday to cut the number of cars on the road and to encourage commuters to find more environmentally friendly ways of...
  • Malaysia Airlines pilots: Clues lead 'toward the cockpit'

    Malaysia Airlines pilots: Clues lead 'toward the cockpit'
    BEIJING — The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has expanded to cover an impossibly vast swath of Asia extending from Kazakhstan to Australia, with Malaysia appealing for as many airplanes and ships as the world can provide. The...