Transportation

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The Federal Highway Administration wants New York State to remove over 500 “I Love NY” signs from state roadways. The Feds threatened to cut nearly $1 billion in funding if the signs aren’t removed.

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New York State transportation officials want to modernize parkways on Long Island to make them safer and less congested.

A public hearing was held Wednesday night in Kings Park, and another will be held Thursday night in Brentwood on proposals for the Sagtikos and Sunken Meadow State Parkways.

Suffolk County Cuts 8 Bus Routes

Sep 12, 2016
Courtesy of Suffolk County Transit

Suffolk County wants to eliminate eight bus routes as part of a plan to close a $78 million budget deficit.

DeLauro Introduces Rail Safety Act

Jul 20, 2016
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U.S. Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., has introduced a train safety bill to make sure train conductors aren't exhausted on the job.

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New congestion tolling, higher sales and gas taxes, and increased licensing fees are among a list of ideas presented Friday on how to help fund Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed $100 billion overhaul of Connecticut's aging transportation infrastructure.

The revenue changes recommended by the Transportation Finance Panel wouldn't begin until fiscal year 2018. That would theoretically give state lawmakers and the voters time to change the state's constitution and institute a so-called "lock box," preventing transportation funds from being raided for other purposes.

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