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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Northbrook takes step to improve intersection

    Northbrook takes step to improve intersection
    Balking at spending the $60,000 recommended by a consultant to improve the intersection of Cedar Lane and Walters Avenue, Northbrook officials decided to try delineators as a less expensive means of smoothing traffic flow and increasing safety....
  • Letter: Are we drowning in a sea of corruption?

    More than 800,000 gallons down the drain? In the middle of a drought? Who is responsible for this? They should be fired. The company should be fined. Glendale Water & Power should be sued along with the Crescenta Valley Water District. But the sad...
  • Fresh Thyme Farmers Market opens in Deerfield

    Fresh Thyme Farmers Market opens in Deerfield
    The recent, grand opening of Fresh Thyme Farmers Market in Deerfield filled Cadwell's Corners parking lot to overflowing for the first time in nearly 20 years, said one village cop, as motorists waited patiently for spaces to open. Some residents of...
  • IDOT wants you to help improve North Lake Shore Drive

    IDOT wants you to help improve North Lake Shore Drive
    Think you can make North Lake Shore Drive better? Through an online map, the city and state departments of transportation and the city's park district are giving Chicagoans through the end of the month to pitch their suggestions for improving the...
  • Mixed-use project passes first round of review

    Mixed-use project passes first round of review
    Another mixed-use apartment complex may be headed to Glendale as a 180-unit project featuring restaurant, retail and live-work components passed the first round of City Council design review on a unanimous vote Tuesday afternoon. More than 3,800 units...
  • Barge sinks in Chicago River near LaSalle Street bridge

    Barge sinks in Chicago River near LaSalle Street bridge
    A barge has sunk near the LaSalle Street bridge on the Chicago River. The barge, which belongs to a construction company doing work along the riverwalk, started taking on water early this morning, according to Pete Scales, a spokesman for the Chicago...
  • Lane closures set for MD 140 at Liberty Reservoir

    Lane closures set for MD 140 at Liberty Reservoir
    A primary road carrying motorists between Baltimore and Carroll counties will be closed overnight beginning July 14, according to the State Highway Administration. Work on the bridge carrying MD 140 over the Liberty Reservoir will close the road for...
  • Auto-Recall Database Still on Track for Aug. 20

     
    Almost a year ago, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced it would have an online recall database for shoppers to check if a car they're shopping had an unrepaired recall. Current owners could also check the database to see......
  • Out of the Blue: Let city know what bicyclists need

    In the year and a half I've been writing for the Coastline Pilot, nothing has generated more heat than my last column on safe biking and walking in the wake of John Colvin's senseless death. Hopefully that passion will show up at Tuesday's City Council...
  • Kamenetz challenges county contribution to Red Line funding

    Kamenetz challenges county contribution to Red Line funding
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is balking at the price of the Red Line transit project, telling state officials the county will contribute about half the funding it is being asked for — and only if certain conditions are met. Kamenetz...
  • Maryland's storm-water pollution efforts faulted

    Maryland's storm-water pollution efforts faulted
    Environmental groups have gone to court in an attempt to force state regulators to strengthen orders given to Baltimore City and three of Maryland's largest counties to curtail their storm-water pollution. A hearing was scheduled in Prince George's...