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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Route 22 road work

    PennDOT has scheduled the following road work: ________________________________________ County: Lehigh Municipality: Whitehall ROAD NAME: US 22 BETWEEN: PA 145 AND 15th Street Type of Work: Pothole Patching Work being Done By: PENNDOT Maintenance...
  • Interstate 80

    PennDOT has scheduled the following road work: ________________________________________ County: Monroe Municipality: Tobyhanna Twp. ROAD NAME: Interstate 80 BETWEEN: Exit 284 (PA 115) AND Exit 293 (I-380) Type of Work: Other Work being Done By:...
  • Interstate 81 road work

    PennDOT has scheduled the following road work: ________________________________________ County: Schuylkill Municipality: West Mahanoy Township ROAD NAME: Interstate 81 BETWEEN: Exit 124 (PA 61) AND Exit 131 (PA 131) Type of Work: Inspection Work being...
  • #explore44: A Quest Along Our Iconic Highway Kicks Off Monday

    #explore44: A Quest Along Our Iconic Highway Kicks Off Monday
    Think of any major theme in the development of Connecticut and chances are good that if it's not on the shoreline, it has unfolded along Route 44. Starting Monday and through most of July, The Courant will bring to life the iconic, historic U.S. highway...
  • Glenview police reports: $14,000 in "memorabilia" proves fraudulent

    Glenview police reports: $14,000 in "memorabilia" proves fraudulent
    The following items were taken from Glenview police reports: A 44-year-old Glenview man was arrested for domestic battery on June 27. No location provided. A 38-year-old Hoffman Estates man was arrested for violating a protective order in the 4500...
  • Wendy's wants to add patio to updated site

    Wendy's wants to add patio to updated site
    Wendy's restaurant on the southwest corner of Harlem Avenue and 183rd Street will be the first in the Chicago area to sport a new design, featuring brick, metal, glass, tile and accents of the signature red color. Wendy's representatives will discuss...
  • HOV rules suspended on I-95 south of Sunrise Blvd.

    Q: Are the HOV requirements still suspended on Interstate 95 in south Broward? The signs are still up in places north of Ives Dairy Road and no one knows whether they can move into the HOV lane at rush hour. When will the newest section of express lanes...
  • Green PennDOT service trucks still towing strong

    Q: Driving Route 22 every day from Bethlehem to west Allentown, I have noticed that the PennDOT Highway Service Patrol vehicles have been a welcome addition to aid motorists. However, nowhere on the trucks is a phone number. On numerous occasions I have...
  • Orange leaders being pushed to block Osceola toll road

    Orange leaders being pushed to block Osceola toll road
    Public pressure is mounting on Orange County leaders to take a tougher stand against an Osceola toll-road extension that would veer into Orange County and disrupt some neighborhoods. Orange County Commissioner Jennifer Thompson, who represents residents...
  • With highway fund running dry, DOT and Congress look for revenue

    WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Transportation said Tuesday that it would start limiting payments to states for road and transit projects next month in an attempt to conserve the federal Highway Trust Fund's rapidly diminishing cash balance. Usually,...
  • Donald Shoup, UCLA's parking guru, on how L.A. should manage its meters

     Donald Shoup, UCLA's parking guru, on how L.A. should manage its meters
    The parking meter doesn't get a lot of purchase in pop culture. There's the meter-decapitation scene in "Cool Hand Luke," Calvin Trillin's novel of parking stubbornness, "Tepper Isn't Going Out," and Donald Shoup's favorite, a Canadian movie called "The...