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HARRISBURG — Motorists would face higher gasoline taxes as well as licensing fee and traffic ticket hikes to pay for an additional $2.5 billion in long-neglected repairs and upgrades to roads, bridges, mass transit and ports, according to a state...
Three years after Metra was rocked by the suicide of its longtime executive director, the commuter rail agency could again be chugging toward an uncharted destination. Alex Clifford, the CEO who was recruited from Los Angeles in 2011 to succeed the...
South Florida's sprawling development and limited public transportation make owning a car pretty much a necessity. But a growing number of services are popping up in South Florida giving people quick, cheap access to cars whether they're lacking one...
SOUTH BEND -- Amy Hill has been named the new marketing and communications manager at the South Bend Public Transportation Corp., or Transpo, according to a news release. A South Bend native with extensive experience in marketing and other related...
Tags: Marketing, American Red Cross
President Obama recently groused that no U.S. airport ranked among the world's top 25 airports. If you're a regular traveler to Los Angeles, you may be even more disappointed to learn that Los Angeles International Airport didn't even make the top 100....
The Chicago Transit Authority's next big project and its impact on riders were the focus of conversation Friday afternoon at Carter's Barbershop in the city's North Lawndale neighborhood. Bert Downing, the owner of the shop at 3622 W. Cermak Road in...
President Obama recently groused that no U.S. airport ranked among the world’s top 25 airports. If you’re a regular traveler to or from Los Angeles, you may be even more disappointed to learn that Los Angeles International Airport didn&...
After baseball, my favorite TV watching is the government channel. Here, I can see the local government in action or local government inaction. I delight in the good times offered by the city council. The folks on the zoning board are frequently asked to...
New blue signs and expanded "wayfinding'' tools are popping up around Chicago and in two suburbs well-served by public transit, providing a more precise road map to point commuters and would-be riders to CTA and Metra rail stations and CTA and Pace bus...
The Hartford CourantGov. Dannel P. Malloy has made headlines as a "transportation governor." He's put shovels in the ground for key transit projects and embraced a "complete streets" approach so that roads are safer for everyone who uses them. Overall, the state is...
Tags: Waterbury, Government, New Britain, Dannel P. Malloy , Politics
staff writer, @damichellegA bill soon to be introduced in the state Senate will use an increase in gasoline taxes to improve safety and create jobs, according to Senate officials. Cheryl Hicks, executive director of the Senate Democratic Transportation Committee, said the bill...
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