Proposed hyperloop to Chicago could be in line for federal infrastructure funds

Pittsburg Post-Gazette » Feasibility and environmental impact studies announced Wednesday by the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission to determine the exact pathway of the proposed system and its projected cost should be finished by early next year. That could dovetail with the beginning of the Trump administration’s proposed $1.5 trillion infrastructure program, which federal officials say will be looking to fund innovative projects.

2018-02-23T09:41:25-08:00February 22nd, 2018|Metro Rail / Transit, Ohio, Pennsylvania|

More details emerge on possible I-69 Ohio River crossing, route

Courier & Press » More details are available about the three remaining routes under consideration for a new Interstate 69 Ohio River bridge. In each scenario, travelers to and from Evansville and Henderson will have six lanes of traffic, with at least four of those on I-69. The two west alternatives generally follow the path of U.S. 41, while the central alternative is further east.

2018-02-06T09:05:39-08:00January 31st, 2018|Bridges, Highways, Ohio|

Where Going Places Is Going: The New Age Of Transportation

Forbes » There are over 40 companies currently working on autonomous vehicle programs, from Intel to Domino’s Pizza. The projects illustrate an important point: The transportation industry isn’t going away. It is evolving because the very reasons we go places are changing.

2017-12-01T12:22:45-08:00November 30th, 2017|Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Roads, Urban|

Get ready to drive on the ‘wrong side’ of the road with new Diverging Diamond traffic patterns

Sun Sentinel » A new traffic pattern requiring you to drive on the “wrong side” of the road for safety will soon debut in South Florida.

2017-10-18T14:40:13-08:00October 16th, 2017|Florida, Georgia, Highways, Missouri, Ohio|

What are Diverging Diamond Interchanges?

Sun Sentinel » A Q&A about the design and advantages a new highway design intended to reduce congestion, cut potential collision areas nearly in half, allow left turns onto highways, and prevent turning into oncoming traffic.

2017-10-20T08:05:59-08:00October 13th, 2017|Florida, Georgia, Highways, Missouri, Ohio|
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