Getting … stuff … done: A winning message for Dems in 2024 | Dick Polman
Results are always better than the MAGA sideshow. It's not a tough choice.
Car insurance premiums based on job, education can ding low-wage workers
‘What does your education, occupation and income have to do with how you drive?’ one driver asked
Pa. Gov. Shapiro reopens damaged section of I-95 in Philadelphia
'Let this serve as an example to all that Pennsylvania can do big things,' Shapiro said Friday.
Damaged portion of I95 will reopen by the weekend, Pa. Gov. Shapiro says
Gov. Josh Shapiro said Tuesday that he expects to outline detailed plans regarding a permanent fix in the coming months.
After I-95 collapse, Pa. Sen. Fetterman calls for more resources for Philadelphia, SEPTA
Fetterman commended the quick delivery of $3 million in emergency relief funds.
Pa. Gov. Shapiro lays out plan to reopen, rebuild collapsed section of I-95 in Philadelphia
'I want you to know we are all synced up and we are all working effectively together,' the Democratic governor said.
Pa. Gov. Shapiro signs disaster declaration for I-95 collapse in Philadelphia
The declaration authorizes the flow of money and assistance to reconstruct the highway, the Shapiro administration said Monday.
Carnegie Mellon gets $20M in federal funds to spark transportation safety initiative
The money will help make 'quality STEM education, training and jobs accessible for all,' U.S. Rep. Summer Lee said.
Fetterman: ‘Same *s**t, different day,’ with latest Norfolk-Southern derailment | Monday Coffee
Pa. lawmakers renew calls for accountability for freight-hauling giant; bill clears U.S. Senate committee hurdle.
Lawmakers in some states see a need for higher speed limits
There were 43,000 traffic deaths across the country in 2021, a 16-year high.
Feds: Crash deaths up across U.S., with Pa. keeping pace
Of the 1,230 crash-related fatalities in Pennsylvania in 2021, 27% or 337 deaths, were due to drunken drivers.
We can all do more to prevent roadway tragedies. This is how | Opinion
It’s a sobering fact: 360 lives were lost in crashes on our roads across metropolitan Washington, including Northern Virginia, in 2021.