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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Sharing the roads in L.A.

    Sharing the roads in L.A.
    Motorists unite! An advisory initiative on San Francisco's November ballot urges city leaders to reverse their public transit and bicycle-friendly policies. Because 79% of households in the city have a car, proponents argue, wouldn't it make more sense to...
  • Three-year construction project begins on I-695 in Balto. Co.

    Three-year construction project begins on I-695 in Balto. Co.
    Construction to widen and resurface lanes and redesign exit patterns along a 1-mile stretch of Interstate 695 in Baltimore County began this week and is expected to continue through the summer of 2017, according to the State Highway Administration. The...
  • Police Marine Unit responds to sinking barge in Chicago River

    Police Marine Unit responds to sinking barge in Chicago River
    The Chicago Police Marine Unit is on the scene of a sinking barge in the Chicago River just north of the Randolph Street bridge, officials said. Shortly after 12:30 p.m., the marine unit was called to the scene located near 160 N. Riverside Plaza,...
  • Traffic: Crash cleared on MD 10 South in Anne Arundel

    Traffic: Crash cleared on MD 10 South in Anne Arundel
    All lanes are reopened at 8:30 a.m. after a two-car crash on MD 10 South at MD 648 in Anne Arundel County, the Maryland Department of Transportation said. The westbound lane of MD 214 West at Muddy Creek Road in Anne Arundel County is closed for an...
  • Poll: What Should the Highest Speed Limit Be?

     
    You might resent speed limits when on a road trip or otherwise with few other travelers around and a desire to be at your destination as soon as possible. Surely driving 5 or 10 mph faster can't hurt. But you......
  • Traffic: Harbor Tunnel southbound lanes reopened

    Traffic: Harbor Tunnel southbound lanes reopened
    The southbound lanes of the Harbor Tunnel, Interstate 895, have reopened at 8 a.m. after they were blocked from a disabled vehicle in the roadway, Maryland Department of Transportation officials said. A crash on the outer loop of Interstate 695 prior...
  • Parking at Lakeside no longer so frustrating, developer says

    Parking at Lakeside no longer so frustrating, developer says
    Chuck Whittall has been hearing the complaints pretty much since May, when the doors of Trader Joe’s market opened at the Lakeside development. Loud and clear, he noted, people have been telling him that the parking situation at Lakeside is a...
  • Biketoberfest: Bike fans gather in Daytona Beach for fall rally

    Biketoberfest: Bike fans gather in Daytona Beach for fall rally
    Sweaty black leather. Shiny chrome handlebars. Brain-rattling pipes. Thousands of Bikers are rolling into Central Florida for the region's fall motorcycle. The 22nd Annual Biketoberfest, which kicks off Thursday and runs through Sunday, typically...
  • Traffic: SB Amtrak train from Perryville canceled

    Traffic: SB Amtrak train from Perryville canceled
    Southbound Amtrak train 181, scheduled to arrive in Aberdeen at 8:35 a.m., has been canceled by Amtrak due to a service disruption, the Maryland Department of Transportation said. The next southbound Amtrak train will be train 183, which will make an...
  • Weigh in on the new U.S. 460

    The U.S. 460 saga has dragged on without an inch of asphalt to show as delay after delay stretched out the timeline, but now is the time to give some of the state and federal agencies involved a piece of your mind. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...
  • Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot

    Tinley Park purchasing convention center lot
    Tinley Park trustees approved the $240,000 purchase of a lot outside the town's convention center, which they said would cost less than making changes if the property is later redeveloped. Trustee Dave Seaman introduced a resolution authorizing a real...