Transportation officials plan to install bleachers so folks can watch the move. But drivers may not like the two-day closure of a stretch of W. 6th Avenue. April holds a number of potential head-aches for drivers starting with a major closure Monday.
Decline in license plate revenue linked in part to fewer trailer registrations. The decrease means fewer dollars from fees that outraged drivers last year.
Project, estimated to last 18 months, will replace three bridges, including the Wadsworth Boulevard and S. Pierce Street spans and highway reconstruction.
Staging will limit Wadsworth traffic beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday but work on rail bridge will close off the street 10 p.m.-5:30 a.m.
Federal Transit official indicates the 2011 budget commitment signals Washington’s intention to come up with further funds for two more metro-area light rail projects.
Overall costs of serving all proposed rail lines decline, but the transit agency projects a $2.45 billion shortfall that will apparently will require further cutbacks.
About $28 million of the direct funding is ear-marked for FasTracks work, including track improvements to facilitate second addition of a second siding in the West Corridor single-track section.
CDOT is learning that no good deed goes unpunished.
For nearly 30 years it has had a practice during snowstorms of not plowing state highways that had light traffic during the overnight shift. Those highways were plowed 14 hours out of the day during storms, from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., if they served fewer than [...]
Residents near the stretch of U.S. 285/Hampden Avenue voice their concerns and ideas at Bear Creek High School meeting. Work on the $40.1 million project, which will replace three existing bridges and add a new one, will begin in January.