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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Traffic: Lanes closed on northbound I-95

    Traffic: Lanes closed on northbound I-95
    A crash on northbound Interstate 95 has shut down lanes just past the Baltimore Beltway in Arbutus. The one-car crash at 8:30 a.m. caused the closure of two lanes and one shoulder. The two right-hand lanes of traffic are getting by, according to the...
  • New House Report Blasts NHTSA

     
    On the heels of yesterday's New York Times investigation, a report from the House Energy and Commerce Committee blasted the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for an alleged series of critical mistakes leading up to GM's recall of some 2.2.......
  • Patrick Henry Place expansion OK'd by Newport News, neighbor seeks new road

    Patrick Henry Place expansion OK'd by Newport News, neighbor seeks new road
    The 68 families that have been living in an incomplete residential community for six years after its developer went bankrupt will soon see the rest of their neighborhood come to fruition, but there is one remaining conflict to resolve. The City...
  • Take more time to fine-tune aquatic center

    Take more time to fine-tune aquatic center
    The city of Fort Lauderdale has been planning to replace its aging aquatic center for three years now. A little more time to get things right won't hurt. For an iconic facility expected to cost $33.7 million, several questions need to be addressed....
  • Manchester Considers Connection Between Park And Redevelopment Area

    Manchester Considers Connection Between Park And Redevelopment Area
    MANCHESTER — Now that the embankment carrying the Cheney Rail Trail has been cut open, the link between the Broad Street redevelopment area and Center Springs Park is finally clear. Town leaders disagree, however, on how to complete that connection...
  • Duke Energy switching out old wooden power poles with new steel ones in Mount Dora

    Duke Energy switching out old wooden power poles with new steel ones in Mount Dora
    MOUNT DORA — Out with the old, in with the new. So it goes with the power poles that are critical to keeping the lights and AC running in the city. Duke Energy is in the midst of replacing old wooden transmission poles with new steel ones, which...
  • New York Times: NHTSA Has 'Record of Missteps'

     
    A New York Times investigation into the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration alleges that the nation's top auto safety regulator spent the past decade stumbling over recalls and withholding its legal powers to regulate an auto industry with...
  • Downtown Allentown sea of activity for arena opener

    Downtown Allentown sea of activity for arena opener
    Some 10,000 people streamed into downtown Allentown Friday night to see the Eagles play PPL Center's opening night, and, as local officials predicted, it wasn't a disaster. Nearly everyone made it to the city's new arena on time to see Don Henley open...
  • Subaru Outback

    Subaru Outback
    The 2014 Subaru Outback looks good in person and on paper, but its specifications don’t make it stand out in a crowded field. Fortunately for Subaru, specifications aren’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to choosing a car. There are other...
  • La Grange Road to be closed at rail crossing during resurfacing project

    La Grange Road to be closed at rail crossing during resurfacing project
    The La Grange Road railroad crossing in the village of La Grange will be closed to motorists and pedestrians for about eight days because of a resurfacing project that will begin later this month. The closure will begin on Sept. 26 at 9 a.m. and...
  • Allentown hoping to speed new arena access for Tom Petty show Tuesday

    Allentown hoping to speed new arena access for Tom Petty show Tuesday
    For many, the waiting is the hardest part, so the folks who run Allentown's new arena and manage the city's traffic and parking are planning tweaks they hope will make concertgoers' lives a little easier for Tuesday night's Tom Petty concert. But they'...