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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Spinout Stops Traffic On I-91 North

    HARTFORD — I-91 north is re-opened after a spinout stopped traffic, according to the state Department of Transportation. The accident, between exits 33 and 34, was reported about 6:30 a.m. The extent of injuries wasn't clear. The scene was clear...
  • FDOT hosting public meeting on U.S. 441 widening project in Mount Dora

    FDOT hosting public meeting on U.S. 441 widening project in Mount Dora
    MOUNT DORA — Leaving Starbucks or Chipotle to get onto U.S. Highway 441 can be tough, depending on the time of day. It can be difficult to break through the traffic, which is jammed up in two lanes going either way in that area, below left....
  • 'Texas U-turn' lanes now open at U.S. Highway 17-92 and State Road 436 intersection

    Motorists traveling on U.S. Highway 17-92 in Casselberry may now find it easier to drive near the State Road 436 intersection, where state crews are building a flyover bridge. Construction workers this morning opened something called "Texas U-turn lanes"...
  • FDOT holding meeting for proposed new I-95 interchange in Palm Beach County

    FDOT holding meeting for proposed new I-95 interchange in Palm Beach County
    The Florida Department of Transportation is kicking off the second part of a study to create a new Interstate 95 interchange in Palm Beach County. The public is invited to attend a kick-off meeting detailing plans for the new interchange at Central...
  • York County's Route 17 contractor scraps three-part timeline

    York County's Route 17 contractor scraps three-part timeline
    Business owners and drivers can expect orange barrels and construction from the intersection of Route 17 and Hampton Highway to the intersection of Route 17 and Wolf Trap Road for nearly two more years. Contractor E.V. Williams held a meeting for...
  • Examples of public-private partnerships

    Public-private partnerships, which are authorized and outlined in state law, are expected to be the future of public infrastructure projects. They offer private companies a way to make money doing things governments once did. They give governments an...
  • New Morning Drop-Off Protocol Starting At Enfield High School

    New Morning Drop-Off Protocol Starting At Enfield High School
    Enfield Public Schools announced Wednesday afternoon a new morning drop-off procedure that will begin Jan. 28. "Due to the construction project, an increase in student drop-offs, and limited parking space, we feel this is an appropriate decision for our...
  • Highway reopens after Cincinnati overpass collapse kills worker, injures truck driver

    A highway where an overpass collapse during demolition work left one worker dead and a tractor-trailer driver injured was cleared of concrete and steel on Tuesday and reopened, but police were left wondering what the casualty toll might have been had...
  • Something obscene about civil asset forfeitures

    Imagine this: You get pulled over by police. Maybe they claim you were seven miles over the speed limit, maybe they say you made an improper lane change. Doesn't matter, because the traffic stop is only a pretext. Using that pretext, they ask permission...
  • Woman charged after high-speed chase in Kendall County

    A Minooka woman was charge with fleeing Kendall County deputies Sunday following a high-speed chase through the county. According to Kendall deputies, Karen Juergens, 53, was clocked speeding 112 mph in a 55 mph zone at 4:25 p.m. near Route 47 and Joliet...
  • Worker killed in Ohio interstate collapse identified

    A worker killed when an overpass collapsed onto Interstate 75 in Cincinnati has been identified. A Hamilton County coroner's spokesman says the worker was 35-year-old Brandon William Carl, of Augusta, Kentucky. The spokesman, Terry Daly, says the...