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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • RDA targets $12 million for two Gary projects

    Two Gary projects totaling $12 million have won backing from the Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority. On Thursday, the RDA board of directors agreed to review a request for providing $7.5 million toward the construction of a new...
  • Hampstead water main project begins June 1

    Hampstead water main project begins June 1
    People in Hampstead may begin to see some new road work beginning June 1, as the first steps of the long-awaited Main Street water main replacement project get underway. "You will see someone out there drilling some holes and doing some test drilling at...
  • Lehigh County road work: Eighth Street bridge to close today

    Lehigh County road work: Eighth Street bridge to close today
    The Eighth Street Bridge in Allentown will be closed to traffic today while cement is delivered to repair the bridge deck. According to a press release from PennDOT, the bridge will be closed to northbound traffic from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The...
  • Seminole leaders to state: Timing of S.R. 417 project will create regional traffic woes

    Seminole leaders to state: Timing of S.R. 417 project will create regional traffic woes
    Seminole County leaders are baffled by a state plan to widen State Road 417 — including new pay-to-ride express lanes on the toll road — at the same time that Interstate 4 will be under reconstruction and the Wekiva Parkway will be built....
  • Motorcyclist flees, crashes into squad car

    Motorcyclist flees, crashes into squad car
    A Crestwood man is facing multiple charges after leading Midlothian police on a game of cat and mouse for more than an hour on his motorcycle before crashing into the chief's squad car. An officer first spotted 29-year-old John David-Cook committing...
  • Incidents prompt lane closures during morning rush hour

    Incidents prompt lane closures during morning rush hour
    Several incidents along local roadways caused lane closures during Wednesday's rainy commute, according to the state Department of Transportation. All westbound traffic on MD 27 in Westminster is closed at MD 26 due to a utility problem at 5:32 a.m.,...
  • VDOT discusses second phase of I-64 widening during public hearing in James City County

    VDOT discusses second phase of I-64 widening during public hearing in James City County
    Robin Custer has made the trek up Interstate 64 on the Peninsula for nearly 13 years to and from her job at Naval Station Norfolk, so she's familiar with the bottlenecks between James City County and Newport News. On Thursday afternoon she came to get...
  • Work begins on $93M Water Street redevelopment

    Workers began flowing onto Water Street this week, laying the foundation for construction of a boutique hotel, a new parking deck and retail and restaurant space on the southern edge of Naperville's downtown commercial core. "It's great to see," said...
  • Crawford Avenue construction resumes

    Construction has resumed on Crawford Avenue from Oakton Street to Jarvis Avenue in Skokie. There will be daily, daytime lane closures when crews are replacing some driveways, sidewalks, traffic signals and landscaping, officials said in a release....
  • Around Town: Rand Paul to be in Newport for fundraiser

    Around Town: Rand Paul to be in Newport for fundraiser
    Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul is expected to be in Newport Beach on Friday evening for a fundraiser at the home of Helena and Ron Sechrist. Supporters are being asked to contribute up to $10,400 to a joint fundraising committee composed...
  • Exploding air bags: Takata recall now totals 34 million vehicles

    Exploding air bags: Takata recall now totals 34 million vehicles
    Japanese auto supplier Takata Corp. on Tuesday declared that air bags in nearly 34 million vehicles are defective, making it the largest recall of automobiles in history and among the biggest of any U.S. consumer product. The Tuesday announcement...