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Highway and Road Transportation

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  • Audit finds some Michigan bridge inspections lacking

    Some Michigan bridges classified as being in critical condition aren't being inspected as frequently or as thoroughly as they should be, according to an audit released Friday. The Michigan Department of Transportation agreed with findings from the...
  • How high will Interstate 4 tolls go?

    How high will Interstate 4 tolls go?
    Seven years ago, the state started charging tolls to ride on 7 miles of express lanes on Interstate 95 in South Florida. The fee ranged from 25 cents to a maximum $7 from end to end, though the top price usually was $1.75 because demand was relatively...
  • Water main replacement near E. Cold Spring Lane to begin Monday

    Water main replacement near E. Cold Spring Lane to begin Monday
    Work will begin Monday on a new 12-inch water main on East Cold Spring Lane, near Morgan State University, and will cause some lane closures in the area through the summer, city public works officials said. The work will affect one traffic lane on...
  • Collision on I-695 inner loop

    Collision on I-695 inner loop
    A collision on the inner loop of Interstate 695 in Catonsville at the Baltimore National Pike exit has closed the inner loop right traffic lane and inner loop right shoulder at 8:52 a.m. on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation....
  • Crews starting work on I-69 widening near Indianapolis

    Crews are set to start shifting traffic over the weekend on Interstate 65 for a project adding lanes to the highway in Indianapolis' southern suburbs. The state highway department says the contractor is expected Monday to begin working around the clock...
  • Traffic stoppage at MMMBT North

    The Monitor Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel is clogged because the north left lane and right lane are closed, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation's website.  Motorists can expect delays in the tunnel and at I-664 in Suffolk, VDOT said...
  • 'Just ridiculous': Drivers irritated by Route 17 work

    'Just ridiculous': Drivers irritated by Route 17 work
    After successive snow and ice storms over the past few weeks, Route 17 drivers say the crater-like potholes are destroying their vehicles' alignment, flattening their tires and nearly causing accidents. "Those ridiculous potholes, aka craters, broke...
  • The Sounds Of Spring, AKA Pothole Season

    The Sounds Of Spring, AKA Pothole Season
    You want to talk March Madness, the real March Madness? Then forget about basketball. The real March Madness this year will not involve driving to the hoop; it will involve driving on any surface covered with asphalt. This spring, after this winter,...
  • FedEx truck swerves to avoid two crashes, topples on 5 Freeway

    FedEx truck swerves to avoid two crashes, topples on 5 Freeway
    An overturned FedEx truck is snarling traffic on the 5 Freeway in Sun Valley after it swerved to avoid a pair of crashes and struck a concrete barrier, authorities said. All lanes but one are closed on the southbound 5 at Sheldon Street as crews work to...
  • Major sewer project in Aurora will impact traffic

    Traffic on a portion of East New York Street and Galena Boulevard will be reduced to one lane beginning Monday as Aurora begins a major sewer project. Aurora officials said the installation of the new sewer is designed to reduce basement sewer backups...
  • State DOT Issuing Reports On Transportation Maintenance Needs

    To support Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's pitch for a 30-year construction initiative, the state transportation department is issuing reports detailing how Connecticut's infrastructure is on course to deteriorate. Currently about 4 percent of state-maintained...