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State Contractor Sentenced to 18 Months in Federal Prison Following

LexBlog

On May 2, 2019, Nathaniel Lorenz was sentenced to 18 months in prison following his November 8, 2018 conviction on eight counts of wire fraud

5/21/2019

Construction disruption: 4-hour delays on U.S. 101 at Lake Crescent

Seatle Press

Traveling out to the northern Olympic Peninsula? Expect four-hour delays on U.S. 101 as it passes along the south shore of Lake Crescent in

5/20/2019

Poll: Washington-area residents widely oppose toll to drive into

Washington Post

The District is among several U.S. cities studying congestion pricing as a way to reduce traffic and raise money for transit. It’s a tough sell.

5/17/2019

D.C. Council: No more free rides on Circulator

Washington Post

While the free-ride funding was eliminated from the $15.5 billion spending plan, the budget does include money for a scooter parking program and

5/15/2019
Heartwarming moment a family of ducks get a police escort as they try to safely cross a busy bridge

Heartwarming moment a family of ducks get a police escort as they try

Daily Mail

Adorable footage has been shared of police helping a family of ducks cross a busy road in peak hour traffic.

5/15/2019

UTA gives Utah County power to approve transit projects that use a

Salt Lake City Tribune

Utah County has become the first in the state with the power to approve or reject any Utah Transit Authority projects — such as TRAX expansions

5/9/2019

City Dwellers Don t Like The Idea Of Congestion Pricing — But They Get

National Public Radio

Most New York City residents oppose a plan to charge a fee to drivers who enter the crowded city center. But studies show that once such charges

5/8/2019

City Dwellers Don t Like The Idea Of Congestion Pricing — But They Get

WKNP

New York City is preparing to become the first urban area in the U.S. to adopt congestion pricing — a fee for drivers entering the city center,

5/8/2019

St. Johns River Ferry Awarded Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP)

City of Jacksonville

The Federal Highway Administration has awarded the St. Johns River Ferry a $900,000 grant from the Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP). 

5/5/2019

TX: Metro must make case for bus rapid transit without something to

Mass Transit Mag

Houston transit officials are betting on bus rapid transit as a big part of the region's long-term plans, at times going as far as calling it

5/4/2019

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Heartwarming moment a family of ducks get a police escort as they try to

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Heartwarming moment a family of ducks get a police escort as they try to

ACPA backs report calling for more funding for interstate highways

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ACPA backs report calling for more funding for interstate highways

Downtown congestion tolling — Seattle needs to go with eyes wide open

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Downtown congestion tolling — Seattle needs to go with eyes wide open

A tsunami to get this done : How New York finally accepted congestion

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A tsunami to get this done : How New York finally accepted congestion

A tsunami to get this done : How New York finally accepted congestion

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A tsunami to get this done : How New York finally accepted congestion

Taxpayers will foot the bill for vegan vigilante protest - as activists vow

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Taxpayers will foot the bill for vegan vigilante protest - as activists vow