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Where, oh where is the Cline Avenue Expressway bridge?
EAST CHICAGO | Mayor Anthony Copeland announced 10 infrastructure projects — representing an urban investment of $22 million — at a gathering Wednesday of region economic leaders.
There is no better critic of a state's interstate highways than those who drive them the most — the truckers.
I write in response to the Jan. 20 article, “Donnelly tears into state for failure to fix Cline Avenue, calls it shameful.”
On Monday, U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly said what a lot of us have been thinking for a long time. Nothing says state government is slighting this corner of Indiana quite like Cline Avenue.
EAST CHICAGO | A Chesterton family says potholes and Lake County towing fees took too big bite out of one son's wallet recently, reflecting the plight of countless region residents whose tires, axles, windshields and other car parts have been damaged due to potholes along Cline Avenue.
MUNSTER | U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., blasted the state for its failure to maintain Cline Avenue, calling it inconceivable, shameful and a disgrace.
CROWN POINT | The state and Lake County want to steer public outrage over potholes that swallowed Cline Avenue and caused headaches for drivers and flat tires away from themselves.
We give the snowplow drivers from the Indiana Department of Transportation and elsewhere credit for their efforts in clearing this massive amount of snow, especially with the extreme cold and high winds. This was no minor snowstorm.
If Lake County were a person, he’d probably be a punch-drunk fighter.
Nothing reinforces disparaging comments about the Hoosier Holy Land ignoring the far corners of the state quite like Senate Bill 91.
The toll bridge to be built at Cline Avenue isn't as good as a free bridge, but at least it's going to be built, assuming the financing is all in order.
As you travel into Ohio and all along the East Coast, the toll roads there are known as turnpikes. The term dates back to the early days of roads when they were built and maintained by private enterprise, not the government. Long sticks or “pikes" blocked access to these roads until the fare…
The Indiana Department of Transportation has a June 23 deadline to decide whether to replace the Cline Avenue bridge or make the detour permanent. It need not wait until then to make the right decision.
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