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  • Redflex lobbying Baltimore for traffic camera contract

    Traffic camera giant Redflex has been lobbying the Rawlings-Blake administration and City Council to take over Baltimore's once-lucrative speed and red-light camera network — stressing that it should not be judged by an unfolding scandal in...
  • CTA: Delays reported on Green Line after worker was injured

    CTA: Delays reported on Green Line after worker was injured
    Commuters can expect significant delays this afternoon on the CTA Green Line due to a worker being injured earlier near the Roosevelt Station, said officials. A CTA spokeswoman said the worker was a contractor working on the C-DOT project. There was...
  • Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion

    Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion
    A plan to expand Tri-Rail service would deliver commuters smack in the center of downtowns from West Palm Beach to Miami. A proposed Tri-Rail service, called the "Coastal Link," would use the train tracks running through coastal downtown communities...
  • State Purchasing $33M In New CTfastrak Buses

    When the CTfastrak busway starts service early next year, riders shouldn't expect the same experience they have on Connecticut's regular transit buses. Federal and state taxpayers are putting up nearly $33 million for 48 new buses that will have features...
  • Chicago cyclists face confusion over bike parking rights

    Chicago cyclists face confusion over bike parking rights
    Chicago¬†cyclists might have more to worry about than bike thieves when parking their bikes outside. Some building managers don’t want people locking up bikes near their entrances, and will go as far as cutting them off the fixtures they are locked...
  • Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville

    Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville
    A two-vehicle collision on the inner loop of Interstate 695 in Pikesville at Stevenson Road has closed the right shoulder at 8:17 a.m. on Monday, according to the state Department of Transportation. DOT said that debris on U.S. 50 East in Annapolis at...
  • L.A. revives a denser vision for Woodland Hills' Warner Center

    L.A. revives a denser vision for Woodland Hills' Warner Center
    When developers vowed in the early 1970s to create a "downtown" for the San Fernando Valley on movie mogul Harry Warner's sprawling Woodland Hills horse ranch, many locals scoffed. The Valley was, after all, where people had come for quiet suburban...
  • Dunbar Brooks, head of Baltimore County and state school boards, dies

    Dunbar Brooks, head of Baltimore County and state school boards, dies
    Dunbar Brooks, a longtime Turners Station civic activist who was the first African-American to serve as president of the Baltimore County school board and later became president of the Maryland State Board of Education, died Sunday at Johns Hopkins...
  • Editorial: Parking at Bob Hope may drive higher revenue

    Editorial: Parking at Bob Hope may drive higher revenue
    While Bob Hope Airport officials are trying to make sense of the fluctuating revenue from parking operations there, they have come up with some meaningful plans to improve the experience for air and rail travelers. One of the best moves they're hoping...
  • Farmers markets listings for Chicago, suburbs

    Farmers markets listings for Chicago, suburbs
    Farmers markets in the city and suburbs are evolving into community markets reflecting the neighborhoods they represent and featuring not only fresh fruits and vegetables but artisan prepared foods and arts and crafts. "We realized the markets were...
  • Problem Solver: Ex-con feels job squeeze at CTA

    Problem Solver: Ex-con feels job squeeze at CTA
    Derrick Smith is upfront about his criminal past. "I am a past felon" are the first five words in his email to the Problem Solver. The Chicago resident's rap sheet is littered with burglaries, starting in the early 1990s and continuing through 2005....