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The first segment of Boston's North Washington Street Bridge has opened, improving connectivity between the North End and Charlestown. The project is set to complete in early 2025.
Southbound I-680 in Pleasanton will be closed for paving work over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend from January 12-16, 2024, with detours in place.
A driver was arrested for DUI and hit-and-run after crashing into a traffic signal in Sausalito, causing major disruptions and forcing the use of temporary traffic controls.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport wins Medium-Sized Airport of the Year by CAPA, celebrating its post-pandemic recovery and ongoing expansion plans.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has opened two oyster harvest areas in Matagorda Bay starting December 13, while keeping another closed due to insufficient oyster sizes.
Concord residents can expect early morning traffic disruptions downtown due to concrete pours for Meta Housing's Blue Oak Square on December 9, 15, 22, and 29 from 2 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Chicago's Kennedy Expressway is set to fully reopen its inbound lanes after the completion of construction, with all lanes and ramps expected to be accessible by Sunday, weather permitting.
METRO is offering free rides to Houston voters for the mayoral runoff election, covering election day and early voting periods upon informing operators of their voting intent.
The Port of San Diego is enhancing its shore power system at the cruise ship terminal to reduce emissions, at a cost of $676,273, aiming for completion in 2024.
Southern California Edison begins an electric upgrade project on Lyons Avenue, affecting night-time traffic until August 2024, with lane closures and construction work scheduled to minimize daytime disruption.
$2.5 million in federal funds is allocated for developing a high-speed rail line between Houston and Dallas, which could shorten the trip to 90 minutes, but the project is still in early planning stages.
An 18-wheeler rollover on SH-146 near Port Road caused significant traffic delays, a diesel spill, and invoked a Hazmat team response. No injuries were reported, and traffic was rerouted during cleanup.
Caltrain announces a transition to electric trains by fall 2024, promising faster service, onboard Wi-Fi, power outlets, and more frequent weekend rides.