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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Fire-related delays; crash cleared on MLK Boulevard

    Fire-related delays; crash cleared on MLK Boulevard
    All lanes are open on southbound Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard with the clearing of a crash at Eutaw Street, Baltimore City Department of Transportation said. Baltimore City officials reported significant delays on Park Heights Avenue in Northwest...
  • Major sewer project in Aurora will impact traffic

    Traffic on a portion of East New York Street and Galena Boulevard will be reduced to one lane beginning Monday as Aurora begins a major sewer project. Aurora officials said the installation of the new sewer is designed to reduce basement sewer backups...
  • Sewer work has traffic down to one lane on Lake Street in Aurora

    Sewer work has traffic down to one lane on Lake Street in Aurora
    Sewer work on Lake Street in Aurora has reduced traffic to one lane from Cross Street to Downer Place. The installation of the new sewer is designed to reduce basement sewer backups and overflows into the Fox River. During the installation, traffic on...
  • Palm Beach County floats the idea of asking voters for tax increase

    Palm Beach County floats the idea of asking voters for tax increase
    Tax increases are resurfacing as possible options to fix Palm Beach County's dilapidated roads and aging parks. County officials say they don't have the money to tackle a growing backlog of road repairs, parks maintenance and other infrastructure rehab...
  • Expect road closure Wednesday on westbound Atlantic Avenue

    Expect road closure Wednesday on westbound Atlantic Avenue
    Drivers can expect road closures Wednesday of the westbound lanes of Atlantic Avenue, just west of Northeast Seventh Avenue. Contractors will be installing a steel gas main and be working underground on utility improvements. The work coincides with...
  • TRAFFIC: Crash cleared after vehicle overturns on I-64W in Hampton

    TRAFFIC: Crash cleared after vehicle overturns on I-64W in Hampton
    Traffic is now moving following a multi-vehicle crash involving an overturned vehicle on westbound I-64 in Hampton. The west left shoulder, left lane and center lane are closed. Traffic is backed up about 3 miles, according to VDOT.   The crash...
  • NHTSA launches seat belt campaign for tweens, parents

    NHTSA launches seat belt campaign for tweens, parents
    Nearly half of the children ages 8 to 14 who died in traffic fatalities in the past 5 years were unbuckled. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is urging parents to teach and model proper seat buckling to reduce fatalities. “Never...
  • Flat reception: Lower Macungie not keen on putting roundabout on Willow Lane

    Flat reception: Lower Macungie not keen on putting roundabout on Willow Lane
    Lower Macungie elected officials debated roundabouts versus traffic signals Thursday. A discussion on whether to put a roundabout at Willow and Sauerkraut lanes tilted in favor of signals, with all but two township commissioners against the...
  • Lehigh Parkway trails detour planned

    Lehigh Parkway trails detour planned
    Repair work on the I-78 bridge over Fish Hatchery Road and the Little Lehigh Creek today will cause temporary closures of trails in Lehigh Parkway, Allentown officials announced Tuesday morning. The Little Lehigh Parkway Recreational Trail, 7.4 miles...
  • State DOT Issuing Reports On Transportation Maintenance Needs

    To support Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's pitch for a 30-year construction initiative, the state transportation department is issuing reports detailing how Connecticut's infrastructure is on course to deteriorate. Currently about 4 percent of state-maintained...
  • Potholes turn area roads into moonscapes

    Potholes turn area roads into moonscapes
    Rick Dauscher and Jason Schimenek sometimes get more dirty looks than an Allentown pothole. And they're two of the guys who fill them. You might be familiar with their work. That blob of fresh blacktop in the 700 block of Greenleaf Street is a...