School Districts Begin Dealing With Transportation Budget CutsFor at least one, adjustments won't come from transportation but other programs.
Cold Temps Worse Than Snowfall Thursday MorningSt. Louis County of Department of Transportation, says South County saw the most snow Thursday morning.
Winter Classic Transportation and Parking TipsWe did a little research and found some transportation tools that might come in handy this Winter Classic weekend.
Drones Give Illinois Transportation Officials New ViewpointsThe department is exploring how drones might improve mapping or document progress in work zones.
Grants for Low-Income Schools to Visit Lincoln MuseumBoth public and private schools with a low-income enrollment above 30 percent are eligible.
Illinois Officials to Analyze Fairgrounds Flooding, DamageIllinois transportation officials said they will study ways to ease the kind of flooding that inundated the start of this year's Illinois State Fair.
Plans Underway For New I-270 Bridge Over Mississippi RiverThere's no funding in place yet and actual construction is 5-6 years away.
Some Clashes Between City Bikes and CarsBicycle-pedestrian coordinator says he has heard in recent months that motorists are honking, yelling and cursing at cyclists
Mayor Slay Hints Long Term Projects For Lambert, MetroIn his final year as Mayor he may begin projects that would take a decade or more to complete.
MetroLink Might Be Your Best Way to Opening DayPatti Beck with Metro says the key word is convenience with 21 park-ride lots across Missouri and Illinois.
Illinois Roads Could Benefit from Potential $84.7M WindfallA spending bill approved by Congress in late 2015 contains a clause allowing unused transportation earmarks to be dispensed to states for related work.
Cheap Gas, Federal Action Boost Missouri Transportation PlanBut the department confirmed Monday that its latest financial forecasts show the situation improving so much so that it now can afford to maintain all of the state's roads in their current condition and keep the number of critical condition bridges from rising.

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