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VTrans Says, Without Well-Funded Project, Scott Bridge Won't Reopen
Tuesday, 02/14/12
Transportation Secretary Brian Searles says the historic covered bridge in Townshend has been patched several times over the years, and last week the Vermont Agency of Transportation decided to close it to all traffic.
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Sanders Wants Senate To Pass 'Modest' Transportation Bill
Monday, 02/13/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Senator Bernie Sanders says a transportation bill going before the U.S. Senate this week is an important one, but given the repair needs of the nation's roadways he characterizes it as modest.
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Amtrak Fixes In Mass. To Speed Trips To And From Vt.
Sunday, 10/23/11
Vermont transportation officials say planned repairs to a rail corridor in Massachusetts will be a boon to the Green Mountain State, because they will make trips on Amtrak's Vermonter passenger trains faster.
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Transportation Agency Says Traffic Delays Storm Repairs
Sunday, 09/04/11
By Kirk Carapezza
A week after Tropical Storm Irene struck Vermont, transportation officials are urging people to stay away from damaged areas.
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Costly Cleanup For Flooded Roads
Wednesday, 06/15/11
By Jane Lindholm
Last week, the Agency of Transportation re-opened the last of the state roads that were closed due to flooding, but long-term concerns linger even after the emergency repairs are finished.
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New Transportation Head Brings New Priorities
Monday, 01/17/11
By Jane Lindholm
In announcing his choice of Brian Searles to head the Agency of Transportation, Governor Shumlin has called for a revitalized public transit system in Vermont.
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The Future Of Burlington International Airport
Friday, 07/30/10
By Jane Lindholm
Director of Aviation Brian Searles the future of Burlington International Airport after a bond rating downgrade and the loss of an airline carrier. Plus, VPR's Ross Sneyd analyzes some of the top political news of the week. And our Long Trail series continues with the joys of winter hiking.
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