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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Slashing service is no answer to circulator woes

    Slashing service is no answer to circulator woes
    The Charm City Circulator is a free service which is an incredible amenity to those who live and work in and around downtown, and especially the 11th District ("Charm City Circulator running $11.6M deficit," Nov. 25). It contributes to a reduction in...
  • Waves spill over wall on A1A

    Waves spill over wall on A1A
    A combination of the almost full moon, seasonal high tide and strong winds brought waves over a temporary barrier that was supposed to protect a storm-battered stretch of A1A under construction. Officials have been watching water levels since October,...
  • Cops: Police kill gunman in Lake Station City Hall parking lot

    Cops: Police kill gunman in Lake Station City Hall parking lot
    The Chicago Tribune Media Group's Post-Tribune reports: Police were unsure Tuesday why a former Lake Station resident fired a shotgun in the air outside City Hall on Tuesday morning, but his pointing the gun at police moments later cost the elderly man...
  • Traffic: Collision on I-395 in Baltimore City

    Traffic: Collision on I-395 in Baltimore City
    A collision on Interstate 395 north in Baltimore City at Conway Street closed the southbound right traffic lane and southbound right shoulder at 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to the state Department of Transportation. A three-vehicle collision on the inner...
  • Drivers of green cars should pay for road maintenance too

    To the editor: As an electric vehicle driver, I have not pulled into a gas station to fill up my car for three years. I feel good about saving money and helping to reduce harmful emissions, but I am not paying my fair share toward much-needed road...
  • Parking problems? Go slow and use these tips

    Parking problems? Go slow and use these tips
    Tis almost the season to get out of my way. Or so it seems like it anyway. The stress that goes with pulling off the perfect Pinterest holiday sometimes can cause us to act almost Grinch-like in other circumstances — especially store parking lots....
  • Black Friday in full swing in Fox Valley

    Black Friday in full swing in Fox Valley
    Stores are welcoming a second wave of shoppers in what has become a two-day kickoff to the holiday shopping season. The big question: How much the Thanksgiving shopping will hurt Black Friday, which is relinquishing its status as the frenzied start of...
  • Dog park plan for Crown Point begins to take shape

    Dog park plan for Crown Point begins to take shape
    Plans are under way for the city’s first dog park, a long-awaited addition to the growing park system. Last week, the Redevelopment Commission approved funding the dog park to be located on the 5 to 7 acres of green space north of the city’...
  • South Naperville intersection part of Quinn's construction plans

    A more than $1 million project for south Naperville is part of Gov. Pat Quinn’s list of improvements as part of the Illinois Jobs Now! capital construction program. Quinn announced Tuesday in a press release more than $119.5 million in...
  • Ticked off! @ deep potholes

    I'm ticked off at the fact that I blew out both passenger side tires on Holliday Avenue off Bear Lake Road in Seminole County. The pothole is huge and deep. The road is narrow and winding with no choice if someone comes barreling down the opposite side of...
  • Traffic mitigation measures approved by MTA

    Traffic mitigation measures approved by MTA
    A group of projects intended to relieve the traffic impacts of construction projects on the Golden State (5) Freeway were approved last week by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority. The slate of traffic mitigation measures, which are...