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If a Berkeley proposal inspired by the country’s racial justice movement goes through, police officers won’t be pulling people over for speeding, blowing through red lights or flipping...

The ‘Lightweight Materials in Transportation Market’ research report added by Market Study Report, LLC, provides a succinct analysis on the recent market trends. In addition, the report offers a thorough abstract on the statistics, market estimates and revenue forecasts, which further highlights its position in...

“If in the 1980s you asked people what would the [mobility] system look like 20 years in the future, they would say it would probably be the same,” Associate Professor Jinhua Zhao says. “Now, really nobody knows what it will it look like. (Image: Illustration...

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Broomfield had a soft opening this weekend for Midway Bridge — from West Midway Boulevard to Industrial Lane over the BNSF Railroad — which is now open to pedestrians and cyclists. Construction, by Hudick (dba HEI Civil), is ongoing, but fencing and signage are installed to...

There has never been a more important transportation bond vote in Maine than the one to be decided on July 14. Question 2 asks voters if they support a $105 million state investment in Maine’s transportation infrastructure. This bond will be used to match an estimated...