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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Department Of Transportation
Oklahoma transportation officials said Monday that repair work on a closed bridge that connects Purcell and Lexington will take longer than expected and the bridge will remain closed indefinitely.
New York state transportation officials say an eight-mile stretch of Interstate 84 on the Pennsylvania border will be reduced to one lane in each direction as work gets underway on a $40 million project to improve highway bridges.
Cuts to bus services and a lack of commuter and light rail have kept public transportation from catching on in Wisconsin as it has in many other parts of the nation, transportation officials and advocates said Monday.
State and local governments in North Carolina could use unmanned aircraft for law enforcement, hurricane recovery and monitoring wildlife, a new state report suggests.
Connecticut state police are stepping up enforcement of laws against tailgating.
A Lihue Airport runway needs to be extended to comply with Federal Aviation Administration rules.
Crews with the West Virginia Division of Highways are planning a multimillion-dollar effort to fix pothole damage across the state.
Delaware transportation officials say fixing the bumpy roads left behind after this particularly rough winter may be a budget buster.
The massive job of cleaning South Carolina's roads following last month's winter storm continues with just over 700 crews working in 19 counties.
Purcell and Lexington are only about 4,000 feet apart as the crow flies, but much farther as the car drives.
The New York state Department of Transportation has fined CSX Railroad $10,000, saying it failed to report two oil train derailments within an hour of when they happened as required by state law.
State police and transportation officials are launching a drive to tell Nevada motorists to pay attention to red lights and stop signs.
A group of Kauai cab drivers allege in a lawsuit that the state is allowing unregulated transportation providers to pick up passengers at Lihue Airport.
State highway officials have closed the La. Highway 77 bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway after a barge slammed into the bridge over the weekend.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray sent an outraged letter to the U.S. Secret Service on Tuesday complaining that the agency is "paralyzing" city traffic with its frequent road closures.