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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Middletown Officials Considering New Parking Lot Strategy

    MIDDLETOWN — The parking department is proposing a new payment system in city lots that would replace problematic equipment that was installed several years ago. Parking Director Geen Thazhampallath said his proposal would install equipment that...
  • Early parking frustrations expected for those headed to Allentown's PPL Center

    Anyone headed to the PPL Center for a concert or hockey game likely will find themselves in traffic, wondering where to park. Well, there's an app for that. Or at least there will be by the time the Eagles take the stage to open the $177 million arena...
  • Neighbors howl, but pet food warehouse gets Lower Nazareth OK to boost parking

    A large warehouse and distribution center in Lower Nazareth will be allowed to expand its parking lot despite residents' complaints about noise and traffic. Representatives of the 300,000-square-foot Phillips Feed Distribution Center, which stores pet...
  • First span of Fort Eustis Boulevard bridge nears completion

    First span of Fort Eustis Boulevard bridge nears completion
    Drivers who daily squeeze into a single lane driving eastbound on Fort Eustis Boulevard west of Interstate 64 will shortly have more driving room. The new bridge over the CSX tracks should be completed by August, said Newport News special projects...
  • All Aboard Florida train could roll into Orlando in June 2017

    All Aboard Florida train could roll into Orlando in June 2017
    The planned All Aboard Florida train will not be pulling into Orlando until May or June 2017, likely a half year or more behind the system's startup in South Florida. All Aboard Florida President Michael Reininger said Tuesday that the $2.5 billion...
  • IDOT wants you to help improve North Lake Shore Drive

    IDOT wants you to help improve North Lake Shore Drive
    Think you can make North Lake Shore Drive better? Through an online map, the city and state departments of transportation and the city's park district are giving Chicagoans through the end of the month to pitch their suggestions for improving the...
  • Letter: Are we drowning in a sea of corruption?

    More than 800,000 gallons down the drain? In the middle of a drought? Who is responsible for this? They should be fired. The company should be fined. Glendale Water & Power should be sued along with the Crescenta Valley Water District. But the sad...
  • Demolition Begins On Old Bridge Span Alongside I-84 In Southington

    SOUTHINGTON — Demolition began Tuesday on a massive old bridge span that was moved to make way for a new bridge on I-84 eastbound at Exit 30, state officials said. The old span is sitting on girders on the cloverleaf of the exit alongside the...
  • North Whitehall nearly up to date on road repairs

    Utilizing nearly a half-million dollars in state funding, North Whitehall Township officials have completed nearly all of the road-repair projects they had targeted for this year. The township received $487,000 in state liquid fuel tax dollars to put...
  • I-80 interchange in Poconos to undergo $50 million in improvements

    Plans to improve Interstate 80 in the Poconos involve not only widening the highway but also reconstructing the Exit 308 interchange in East Stroudsburg. The state Department of Transportation project calls for the reconstruction of the Exit 308...
  • Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover

    Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover
    This week another piece of the redevelopment of downtown Towson falls into place as a 90,000-square-foot, 15-screen Cinemark theater ushers in its first moviegoers Thursday. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Towson Square and the theater...