The intersection remains open with a single lane of traffic in each direction around the sinkhole.
GPS data gathered from freight trucks reveals the slowest and busiest highways in the country.
Why cover the road in rock salt when you can use delicious cheese brine to melt stubborn snow and ice?
Stuck in traffic on the I-95 corridor? Blame the Merchant Marine Act of 1920.
Amsterdam spent $65 million building an enormous bike store, which sounds impressive until you realize it’s not even…
Designers are looking at the history of the parking garage to avoid building more ugly, concrete monstrosities.
Nearly three decades of using road salt to clear snow in the Upper Midwest is threatening one of America's largest…
Despite overwhelming local support, the Oklahoma DOT won't consider removing I-244 for at least another 30 years.
The state's highway expansion plan to add a few more lanes completely ignores that the Holland Tunnel only has two…
I-94's eight-lane expansion is set to destroy a Milwaukee neighborhood's only place to buy food: a gas station.
Just hop-on, hop-off the Paternoster elevator in Sheffield, which is one of the last surviving examples in the world.
The sinkhole has existed since June 2021 but recently became a much bigger problem. Literally.
The $33 billion rail line in California is too big to fail, too unwieldy to succeed.
Overflowing toilets, no heat, no power, no food, and no communication from Amtrak of when the nightmare would end.
The U.S. is prioritizing expensive new highways rather than fixing older roads that are in states of disrepair.
Who could possibly be behind this smearing of Italian-Americans' good name and delicious cuisine?
The Orange Line commuter train has shut so that engineers can carry out a lot of repairs, though it's already hit…
The highest temperatures on record in decades in Southwest China threaten the transition to EVs.
The heritage steam railroad in Dolly Parton's Tennessee amusement park averages 5,000 passengers per day.
The MBTA stated that the fire was sparked by a loose piece of metal hitting the electrified third rail.