Suburban Minnesota neighborhood installs license plate readers to stop mail theft

The Heritage Park area in Plymouth is the first neighborhood in Minnesota to contract with Atlanta-based Flock Safety, which provides the license plate readers and stores the collected data…

States with the most snow-related driving fatalities

Travel has been severely impacted by COVID-19. As the holiday season approaches, those who do plan a trip will likely take to the roads rather than the air, in part, to avoid crowds of people. Even though traveling by car reduces contact with other people, it still comes with its own dangers, especially when driving in winter weather conditions such as snow and ice…

West Virginia’s Governor’s Highway Safety Program Announces 2020 “Click It or Ticket” Campaign

Along with other law enforcement agencies nationwide, West Virginia law enforcement officers will be out in full force, ticketing seat belt violators who are caught traveling without a buckled seat belt…

PennDOT to begin tolling major bridges to fund repairs, other roadwork

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation won approval Thursday to charge tolls on major bridges to fund repairs or replacement and use leftover money for other transportation projects. The expansion of tolls and diversion of toll revenue by the state was a primary reason for a federal lawsuit filed two years ago by OOIDA and the NMA, an action that ultimately was dismissed…

New York’s Verrazzano Bridge toll will soon go both ways

The MTA announced this week that as of Dec. 1, the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge will be tolled in both directions after 35 years of one-way westbound tolling…