In some ways, the City of Omaha remains hampered by its 2010 attempt to increase street funding by expanding the wheel tax.
Jeff Robb dives into data for The World-Herald. Follow him on Twitter @jeffreyrobb. Phone: 402-444-1128.
How is this year's street construction season treating you? We've gotten through a few projects, but more is yet to come.
“Simple and elegant — not something you usually say about a license plate,” the Iowa Department of Transportation said. “But that’s what we’re hearing about our new blackout plates.”
If you're heading to the airport and want to use the new garage, you'll stay on Abbott Drive, pass the new $70 million garage, then immediately turn onto a new driveway that leads to the North Garage entrance.
Summer heat exposed problems in the new buses, which Metro expects to have fixed by next week.
The Iowa Department of Transportation announced that all Interstate ramps are open at the interchange in Iowa, and fuel and other services are accessible.
The new $70 million facility will have 1,000 spaces for rental cars and 2,000 public parking spaces.
The Nebraska Department of Transportation has found that roundabouts improve safety and is turning to them more often at accident-prone intersections, like the intersection of Nebraska Highways 31 and 36.
Airport Authority officials say the garage's additional 2,000 public parking spaces will come with technology that helps people hunt for a space. And when they walk to or from the terminal, they will do so without ever walking outside.
After I asked readers to tell me about their concerns with getting around Omaha, he told me he’d like to send a message to the angel.