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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Sheridan Road in Glencoe reopens after pavement failure

    Sheridan Road in Glencoe reopens after pavement failure
    A swath of Sheridan Road in Glencoe that was shut down this month after an emergency has reopened, and officials said crews have repaired the potentially dangerous "pavement failure" that they said could have led to a street collapse. The recent...
  • Oak Park offers valet service during garage closure

    Oak Park offers valet service during garage closure
    The Village of Oak Park is offering a valet service for downtown visitors while a parking garage near Lake Street and Forest Avenue is closed. The 340-space garage closed Aug. 4 and will remain closed for about 12 months during construction of a 21-...
  • Delray raises fees for businesses that can't provide enough parking

    The penalty fee Delray businesses pay if they can't physically fit the number of parking spaces the city requires on their property is increasing for the first time since 2006. Depending on location, fees will rise between 15 and 51 percent. "The fee...
  • Report: GM Can't Find 6.4 Percent of Ignition-Recalled Cars

     
    Of the 2.2 million small cars in the U.S. that GM recalled for faulty ignition switches, the automaker can't find nearly 140,000 owners. A July 25 regulatory filing to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that 139,592 recall notices......
  • Feds Fine Hyundai $17.35 Million for Late Recall on Genesis

     
    Hyundai has agreed to pay $17.35 million to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for failing to report in a timely manner a safety defect on the brakes of the 2009-12 Genesis. Related: More Recall News The penalty comes after......
  • Kevin James, once a political outsider, now defends City Hall turf

    Kevin James, once a political outsider, now defends City Hall turf
    Stumping for votes as a mayoral candidate last year, Kevin James forged a reputation as a City Hall outsider sharply critical of what he saw as L.A.'s bumbling bureaucracy. But now, as the head of its powerful Board of Public Works, the former...
  • $140,800: Grounds and right-of-way maintenance

    Editor's note: This is part of an everyday series exploring individual line items in state and local budgets. Read the entire series at www.dailypress.com/watchdog. POQUOSON — For approximately 135 acres of public grounds — including...
  • 'Cajon Crawl' closure on Interstate 15 expected to bring major delays

    First we had "Carmageddon." Then came "Jamzilla." Now it's time for the "Cajon Crawl," a 65-hour closure on Interstate 15 this weekend. Two lanes of the four-lane 15 northbound -- between California 138 and Oak Hill Road -- will be closed from 10 p.m....
  • Speed cameras needed in construction zones

    I am a safety manager for one of the contractors performing work in the Interstate Highway 90 corridor. The horrific accidents that occurred a couple of weeks ago on Interstate Highway 55 are becoming too common across this state and nation. I drive...
  • Winter Park abandons pursuit of minor-league baseball

    There's no crying in baseball, but fans of the game in Winter Park could be forgiven for shedding a tear or two. The city announced Thursday that it has abandoned efforts to bring a minor league baseball team to town. City Manager Randy Knight said...
  • Route 71 Work To Begin On Aug. 18

      NEW BRITAIN - The state plans to begin milling and resurfacing 2.45 miles of Route 71 in the city beginning Aug. 18. Department of transportation crews are scheduled to cut away the top layer of pavement from Aug. 18 to 27, then repave from Sept. 8 to...