Motorist Alert: Clay County road striping project delayed, expect single-lane closures
A new Clay County road striping project has been delayed due to weather. Pavement striping work along Bald Eagle Road, Pine Avenue, Henley Road, County Road 220, East West Parkway and County Road 217 will now begin Monday, Aug.29.
Clay County Motorist update: 6 ongoing road projects, 7 new projects announced
The Board of Transportation announced 7 new projects in Clay County starting soon.Clay County Government. There are six ongoing Clay County road projects carrying over into the week of August 15 that motorists should be aware, and the county announced seven additional projects set to begin soon in Lake Asbury, Middleburg and Green Cove Springs.
Motorist Alert: 2 Clay County road projects start, new lane closures
Road project updates are given each Monday. Check back next week for new updates.Clay County Government. Two new roadway projects are underway in Clay County with both beginning this week. One along Pine Ridge Parkway in Middleburg and the second happening along with Town Center Boulevard in Fleming Island.
Motorist Alert: Road closures in Clay County this week
Roadwork along Aquarius Concourse began in Clay County as part of a combined project with Clay County Utility Authority (CCUA) to relocate water valves and improve drainage along the road. The work is estimated to take 12 months to complete.
Motorist Alert: Clay County drivers can expect these road closures this week
Road projects in Clay County are underway with the First Coast Expressway finishing in 2025.Clay County Government. Ongoing county-funded projects for motorists to expect this week include Paddle Creek Drive, Pine Avenue Pedestrian Bridge and Village Square Parkway.
Local Contractors and Home Owners Feeling Supply Pinch
Labor and supply chain issues continue to hampter restoration efforts for contractors and home owners alike. A property owner on Vance Tank Road in Bristol, Tennessee is still trying to complete repairs and renovations from a fire in February of this year.
Motorist Alert: New road closure, construction delay announced in Clay County
Roadwork along Village Square Parkway has been delayed due to unforeseen project engineering changes. Motorists can expect single-lane closures lasting through the week beginning Monday, May 2.
Motorist Alert: New Road Closure announced in Clay County
Beginning the week of April 25, daytime, single-lane closures will take place along Town Center Boulevard from the traffic circle to East-West Parkway. The project is part of a milling and resurfacing initiative.
Motorists Alert: New road closures announced in Clay County
Road projects in Clay County are underway with several finishing in mid-to-late spring.Clay County Commissioners. Manhattan Avenue in Green Cove Springs is now permanently closed as roadways are being realigned in the Goose Creek Subdivision; a new subdivision in its initial phases of development.
3/17 UPDATE: Morris-Essex Line of NJT Resumes with Modified Schedule
NEWARK, NJ — NJ TRANSIT crews continue to successfully make repairs in the Maplewood area to allow additional trains to operate on the Morris & Essex Line (M&E) and Gladstone Branch. Beginning Thursday, March 17 and Friday, March 18 the M&E and Gladstone Branch will have enhancements made to the modified weekday schedules providing customers with additional trains and direct service to New York and Hoboken on the Gladstone Branch.
Most Reliable US Airlines In 2021, US DOT Data
2021 Most Reliable US Airlines, based on US DOT data. The U.S. DOT released the Air Travel Consumer Report for 2021 outlining last year’s most reliable U.S. airlines. From airline operation data collected over the year 2021, the U.S. Department of Transportation released its Air Travel Consumer Report detailing “on-time performance, mishandled baggage, mishandled wheelchairs and scooters, complaints received, and oversales.”
Subway Slows Down on Turn due to Workers on Tracks
A subway slows down on a turn due to workers being on the tracks.
Flight from Miami Delayed by 4 Hours After Passenger Opened a Door and Released the Emergency Slide - By Accident?
American Airlines 777Photo by Miguel Ángel Sanz on Unsplash. On Friday February 18, the passengers of American Airlines flight 2289 from Miami to Los Angeles suffered a four hour delay to their flight. The delay was caused by a passenger opening a door on the left side of the Boeing 777, which deployed the inflatable emergency slide.