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The Washington Post’s Dr. Gridlock writes, “The biggest story on the D.C. region’s highways this new year will be the opening of the high-occupancy tolling system on I-66 inside the Capital Beltway. But this also is the year when the...Show More Summary
Atlanta Journal Constitution provides a quick look how, exactly, the State Road and Tollway Authority will reverse the traffic on the 12 miles of reversible express lanes on I-75 in Clayton and Henry counties, which are set to open later this month. The post SRTA’s I-75 Express Lanes in Clayton and Henry Counties to Open Later this Month appeared first on Toll Roads News.
USA Today reports, “Uber is going to make urban traffic and mobility data gleaned from its millions of drivers and riders using the Uber app freely available to all.” The report adds, “Uber says it will first invite planning agencies and researchers to access the information and then make the website free to the public. Show More Summary
Associated Press reports, “Officials say traffic crossing three tolled bridges connecting Kentucky and Indiana in the Louisville area averaged more than 81,000 vehicles during three recent days. RiverLink officials say just over 50 percent of those vehicles had transponders that were mounted and read by bridge cameras. Show More Summary
Fox 5 reports “as the first snowfall arrived in the D.C. region Thursday evening, commuters driving during the evening rush hour in Northern Virginia found using the Express Lanes would be very costly. A FOX 5 staff member driving on...Show More Summary
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the independent auditor of KTA’s annual financial statements found that personnel responsible for their preparation “are not adequately trained in generally accepted accounting [principles issued by the GASB].... Show More Summary
The Times of Northwest Indiana reports that State Representative Ed Soliday (R-Valparaiso), chairman of the House Roads and Transportation Committee, met with the newspaper’s editorial board to plug HB Bill 1002, his caucus’ long-term infrastructure funding plan. Show More Summary
Fox 31 Denver reports, “Panasonic announced it is partnering with the Colorado Department of Transportation to turn a stretch of Interstate 70 into a smart highway, enabling cars to communicate with each other as well as road infrastructure.”...Show More Summary
Associated Press reports, “With just over three weeks remaining until he presents his annual Tennessee spending plan to lawmakers, Gov. Bill Haslam is still trying to find what he calls a “comfort level” with lawmakers on his efforts to boost transportation funding in the state. Show More Summary
Courier-Journal reports, “Two national publications collide head-on with Louisville’s most recent transportation pride and joy — remaking Spaghetti Junction and building new interstate bridges. The Vox headline sets the tone: “Louisville’s...Show More Summary
Texas Public Radio tackles “the controversial issue of toll roads” noting that, “San Antonio is the biggest city in Texas without toll roads or carpool lanes, but that may be about to change.” The piece opens with Terri Hall of Texans...Show More Summary
Windsor Star reports, “Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and the state’s transportation department ‘usurped’ and ‘hijacked’ legal approvals that rightfully belonged to the state legislature in a desire to build the Gordie Howe InternationalShow More Summary
Tulsa World reports that Oklahoma’s “first — and at least for now, only — all-electronic toll plaza is operational. The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority officially activated its new PlatePay toll system [yesterday, January 5] at the Peoria/Elm...Show More Summary
Sarnia Observer reports, “A new commuter discount program for the Canadian side of the Blue Water Bridge is overdue, and bridge officials say they don’t know when it will be ready to launch.” A Federal Bridge Corporation spokesman tells...Show More Summary
NJ.com The post PLACEHOLDER: PANYNJ Board Adopts Draft Capital Plan and Opens Public Comment Period appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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Chicago Tribune’s editors say,”Regular users of the Eisenhower Expressway know how their days will begin if they wind up in Hades:” They’ll hear a traffic report describing congestion on the Ike (I-290). They ask readers to keep the “maddening dysfunction” of the expressway in mind as they evaluate IDOT’s HOT lanes construction proposal. Show More Summary
Seacoastonline.com features a lengthy backgrounder and update on the Great York, Maine, Toll Plaza Debate: To go AET or not to go AET, that is the question. The post Cash Versus Cashless Tolling Debate Pits Townfolk against Maine Turnpike appeared first on Toll Roads News.
The News Journal reports, “A two-year surge in holiday travel on Delaware roads leveled off during the Christmas and New Year’s weekends, just as fuel prices began to creep up from recent lows. More [than] 1.5 million drivers passed through Delaware toll plazas during the three-day weekends beginning Dec. Show More Summary
The Palm Beach Post reports, “A bill proposed this week in the Florida Senate would prevent the creation of more express lanes on the state’s highways while also setting rules for how express lane toll money must be spent. The measure, SB 250, was filed Thursday [January 5] by state Sen. Show More Summary