QUINCY -- An announcement from the U.S. Department of Transportation regarding Quincy Regional Airport's Essential Air Service contract could come at anytime, potentially by the end of the month, according to local airport director Sandra Shore. Four comm
More than 100 people filled the Quincy University Hall of Fame Room on Tuesday evening to participate in a transportation forum that asked participants to identify strengths and weaknesses to Quincy's transportation system.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has announced plans to make some short-term safety improvements at a dangerous intersection in New London.
The new Champ Clark Bridge spanning the Mississippi River at Louisiana, Mo., is wider, stronger and safer than the old bridge it replaced just 50 feet upstream. But one important thing about the new bridge hasn't changed: Its name.
Milling and resurfacing work is taking place on South 24th Street between State and Harrison.
QUINCY -- Representatives from both Cape Air and SkyWest Airlines both acknowledged Thursday that their respective airlines had not performed well and that they had to redeem themselves in their relationship with Quincy Regional Airport. The representativ
The ramp from eastbound Interstate 72 to northbound Interstate 172 will close Thursday, July 25, to allow crews to resurface the ramp's shoulders.