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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Connecticut Plans Wakeup Call For Drowsy Drivers

    Connecticut Plans Wakeup Call For Drowsy Drivers
    Drivers on Route 202 in Litchfield who lose focus and drift may get shaken awake by new rumble strips in the center of the roadway. The state transportation department is putting $12,000 toward an experiment in reducing the sort of lethal head-on...
  • Council OKs small-lot ordinance

    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday gave a second and final approval for easing standards for small-lot developments. The 3-2 vote on the Small-Lot Subdivision Ordinance — with Councilwomen Sandy Genis and Wendy Leece dissenting — came...
  • Plan To Reshape Gold Street Riles Church, Condo Owners

    Plan To Reshape Gold Street Riles Church, Condo Owners
    HARTFORD — Gold Street forms a gentle, S-shaped ribbon of no more than a tenth of a mile between Main Street and Bushnell Park, past Carl Andre's Stone Field Sculpture and the gate to the final resting place of the city's founders. Now, Hartford...
  • Busway Contractors Preparing For Last Big Construction Season

    Busway Contractors Preparing For Last Big Construction Season
    NEW BRITAIN — With the heart of the snow season gone, contractors are gearing up for a major push to complete CTfastrak construction before October so that system testing and driver training can begin. Motorists have encountered periodic brief...
  • State's new fleet of squad cars not on road

     State's new fleet of squad cars not on road
    Row upon row of brand-new squad cars sit in a parking lot not far from the state fairgrounds in Springfield, waiting to be driven out onto state highways. Waiting. And waiting. The cars, 85 model year 2013 Chevrolet Caprices that were delivered last...
  • Improvements To Collinsville Is Focus Of Walking Tour

    Improvements To Collinsville Is Focus Of Walking Tour
    CANTON — Making Collinsville more accessible to cyclists, signs showing where things are and other improvements to the neighborhood were discussed during a walking tour of the area led by an architect hired by the town. That walking tour was held...
  • Lanes reopen on Russell Street after months of BGE work

    Lanes reopen on Russell Street after months of BGE work
    Nearly six months of lane closures and heavy rush-hour congestion on Russell Street in South Baltimore have come to an end. Crews installing new Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. lines beneath the busy north-south corridor, south of M&T Bank Stadium and near...
  • Lynx bus company fears it will lose $30,000 on its SunRail service

    Lynx bus company fears it will lose $30,000 on its SunRail service
    Lynx officials fear they may lose $30,000 by late August because they will not be paid for all the bus service they expect to provide for the SunRail commuter train. SunRail, which starts May 1, is run by the state Department of Transportation, which is...
  • Tortuga Music Festival 2014: 10 things you need to know

    Tortuga Music Festival 2014: 10 things you need to know
    Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival returns to Fort Lauderdale beach this weekend for a second year of showing off country music’s biggest names, including Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert and Hank Williams Jr. The...
  • Baltimore-area construction projects could slow traffic Saturday

    Baltimore-area construction projects could slow traffic Saturday
    A number of road construction projects will be causing traffic delays Saturday in Baltimore County and Baltimore City. • In Baltimore County, portions of Interstate 95 near White Marsh are closed for construction. Delays could stretch to the...
  • Commercial building viewed as key to Quakertown revival

    Looking to inject new life in its downtown, Quakertown is considering selling the borough-owned parking lot at Triangle Park to a commercial developer and reconfiguring traffic flow on West Broad Street. Village Centre Properties of Blooming Glen is...