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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Baltimore peak hour parking restrictions enforced Monday morning

    Baltimore peak hour parking restrictions enforced Monday morning
    Baltimore transportation officials said peak hour parking restrictions will be enforced Monday morning in preparation for the morning commute. Vehicles must be moved from marked streets to avoid ticketing or towing. Transportation officials urged...
  • Water Street District cleared for $93 million face lift

     Water Street District cleared for $93 million face lift
    Developers plan to unfurl the welcome mat at downtown Naperville's newly built boutique inn before the leaves fall off the trees next year. City Council members have approved a set of agreements that clear the way for construction to begin on the $93....
  • Gas station could join already congested Sam's Club in Vernon Hills

    Gas station could join already congested Sam's Club in Vernon Hills
    The Sam's Club in Vernon Hills wants to resurrect a construction project from 2006 in hopes of fending off the Costco down the street in Mettawa. Members of management asked Vernon Hills trustees Jan. 20 to allow a gas station to be built in an unused...
  • Park Ridge's vertical street signs to stay, for now

    Park Ridge's vertical street signs to stay, for now
    Park Ridge's iconic street signs won't entirely be replaced by modern, horizontal signage anytime soon. That's the word of Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim, who said changes in federal law will, for now anyway, allow Park Ridge's vertical...
  • OPD: Elderly driver killed, pedestrian hurt in Colonial Drive crash

    OPD: Elderly driver killed, pedestrian hurt in Colonial Drive crash
    An elderly driver may have had a "medical incident" before he hit a pedestrian, crashed into a building and died Saturday afternoon, Orlando police said. Juan Ramos, 78, who was driving the Chrysler PT cruiser, was pronounced dead at the intersection...
  • Snow storm creates dangerous driving conditions

    Snow storm creates dangerous driving conditions
    As heavy snow started to fall Saturday afternoon, driving conditions became treacherous. Transportation officials urged residents to stay put if possible. Around 2:45 p.m. Saturday Baltimore's Department of Transportation asked drivers to stay off the...
  • Virginia ahead of curve in transportation funding, but revenue lags projections

    Virginia ahead of curve in transportation funding, but revenue lags projections
    While federal funding for highway construction and maintenance falls around the nation and many states scramble to find ways to fill the gaps, Virginia is a year and a half into a new way of funding its transportation infrastructure. Virginia passed a...
  • Victim in wrong-way crash was running from feds after drug deal, records show

    Victim in wrong-way crash was running from feds after drug deal, records show
    The driver who died in a wrong-way crash Tuesday was speeding away from federal agents who were undercover at a drug deal, according to court documents. Woody Jacques, 24, died after he crashed his car into a tree on North Jog Road near Florida's...
  • NHTSA fines Takata for not cooperating in probe of exploding air bags

    NHTSA fines Takata for not cooperating in probe of exploding air bags
    Federal safety regulators levied fines of $14,000 a day on Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata Corp. for not cooperating with the Department of Transportation’s investigation into defective air bag inflators that have killed at least six people and...
  • Aurora residents get update on projects on Routes 59, 34

    Aurora residents get update on projects on Routes 59, 34
    The new interchange at Route 59 and Interstate 88 should open sometime in August. That update on the massive Route 59 widening project was part of a special public meeting on transportation Thursday night in Aurora sponsored by state Rep. Stephanie...
  • Tesla no longer charged about Lehigh Valley Mall location

    Tesla Motors has pulled the plug on its plans for a supercharger station at the Lehigh Valley Mall, but company officials say such a station could find a home elsewhere in the area. The Tesla charging station, which would have served Tesla's Model S, an...