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For one day, a fractured country will be united by sun, moon and history

The highway of total eclipse will link the nation along the paths of the country’s story.

The Rise and Fall of a Nudist Colony That Scandalized L.A. in the 1930s

Deep in the Cleveland National Forest, high above Lake Elsinore on the border of Orange and Riverside counties, there is a winding road called Ortega Highway. Although it is only 40 or so miles from Los Angeles, it feels like another world — this is Trump country, biker bar country,...

Gridlock Predicted For Total Solar Eclipse On Nation’s Highways

Another prediction brought on by the total solar eclipse has to do with the amount of traffic that will be on the roads on Monday, August 21. This is not caused by some full moon-type effect that will make people suddenly take to their vehicles with urges to drive like mad during a solar eclipse. Show More Summary

TX Lawmaker Cites “Toll Fatigue” as Some Agencies Move to Scrap Tolls “For the First Time in 40 Years”

Associated Press reports, “Texas officials have recently moved to scrap tolls on several highways for the first time in 40 years, bucking a national trend toward more tolls on mostly urban roadways to shift the costs of transportation...Show More Summary

Free map denotes Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument

Maine Gov. Paul LePage isn't allowing signs on highways to direct motorists to the Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument. But at least there's now a map. The Friends of … Click to Continue »

Texas scraps some toll roads while other states add more

Texas officials have recently moved to scrap tolls on several highways for the first time in 40 years, bucking a national trend toward more tolls on mostly urban roadways to … Click to Continue »

New Study on Federal Highway Policies

The federal government plays a large role in the nation’s highways through the funding of aid programs for the states and the imposing of top-down regulations. Congress passed a major highway bill in 2015 that authorized $305 billion...Show More Summary

Mountain lion makes rare successful crossing of L.A.-area freeways

Researchers recently documented a rare case of a cougar from the Santa Monica Mountains successfully crossing U.S. Highway 101 and moving into a range less hemmed in by Southern California sprawl, the National Park Service said Monday. The subadult male, dubbed P-55, crossed the 101 early July...

Setting The Record Straight On Highway Infrastructure

We all rely on our nation’s transit systems, highways, bridges, ports and railroads to connect us every day to our jobs and

Environmental groups sue government over vehicle emissions

Environmental groups have sued the federal government, asking a judge to restore clean air standards for vehicles on the nation's highways. The lawsuit was filed Monday in Manhattan federal court. … Click to Continue »

1.3 million Ford Explorers are under investigation for poisoning drivers

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has upgraded a probe into potential carbon monoxide poisoning being caused by Ford Explorers. The NHTSA said it is aware of 2,700 complaints and three crashes potentially linked to carbon...Show More Summary

Bow Valley Parkway Past Castle Mountain to Silverton Falls

2 weeks agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Between leaving Johnston Canyon and arriving at Silverton Falls, I drove along Alberta Provincial Highway 1A — which is more popularly known in Banff National Park as Bow Valley Parkway — past Castle Mountain, which looms in the distance... The post Bow Valley Parkway Past Castle Mountain to Silverton Falls appeared first on The Gate.

US NHTSA Expanding Ford Explorer Exhaust Odor Probe To 1.33 Million Vehicles

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has moved to expand its probe into reports that exhaust and carbon monoxide leakage into the cabins of Ford Explorer SUVs and those leaks may be linked to numerous car crashes. Show More Summary

NHTSA Expands Ford Explorer Probe After Probable Police Gassings

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is inching its way toward what could be a massive recall of Ford Explorers. An initial probe kicked off in 2016 after owners entered numerous complaints of an unpleasant exhaust smell in the cabin into the NHTSA database. Show More Summary

U.S. upgrades probe into 1.33 million Ford Explorers over exhaust odors

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is upgrading and expanding a probe into 1.33 million Ford Explorer SUVs over reports of exhaust odors in vehicle compartments and exposure to carbon monoxide that may be linked to crashes and injuries.

Feds expand probe into Ford Explorer exhaust fume leaks

The U.S. government's auto safety agency has expanded an investigation into complaints of exhaust fumes inside Ford Explorer SUVs, adding two model years and nearly 400,000 vehicles. The National Highway … Click to Continue »

Trump administration may freeze fuel economy standards

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it will review the CAFE standards for the model years 2022-2025.

Call for Entries in National Faces of Transportation Photo and Video Contest

The national Faces of Transportation photography and video contest sponsored by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials is accepting entries for the 12th annual competition.

Jeff Sessions brings back highway robbery by the police

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Sessions, who gave up a safe Senate seat to join the administration, sees his job as the nation’s top lawman as a reward for his loyalty.

Army steps in as severe storms cause chaos in New Zealand

(Reuters) - The largest city on New Zealand's south island has declared a state of emergency amid a severe storm which has already seen hundreds of homes evacuated across the Pacific island nation, highways cut and soldiers called in to help provide emergency services.

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