Tag Archives: Transportation

New road opens at state’s largest research park

June 20, 2013

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STARKVILLE,Mississippi — A new roadway is now open in the state’s largest research park, and its completion sets the stage for expansion, according to Mississippi State University officials. The new four-lane Technology Blvd. connects with U.S. 182 via Verner Hurt Blvd. just west of the Mississippi Highway Patrol’s Troop G district office, and provides an […]

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Jackson has some of the lowest gas prices in the nation

June 10, 2013

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According to a fuel price map on GasBuddy.com, the city of Jackson and surrounding Hinds County has some of the lowest gas prices in the nation. The USA National Gas Price Heat Map has most of Mississippi in the light green to dark green range with an average gas price of $3.09-3.22 per gallon. Other […]

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Craig Carter named assistant to Dick Hall at MDOT

May 21, 2013

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JACKSON, Mississippi — Wiley “Craig” Carter joins the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) in the position of assistant to Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall. Carter assumes a vital role in facilitating external and internal relations for the commissioner. In his 28 years in marketing and public relations, Carter has specialized in building relationships, designing […]

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McComb wins Entergy Mississippi makeover

October 18, 2012

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Entergy Mississippi has awarded the city of McComb’s Depot District $100,000 as part of its 2012 Mississippi Makeover grant competition. According to an Entergy press release, McComb must match the grant with at least $25,000 in cash and $25,000 of in-kind support. The money will go towards revitalizing the rail town’s historic district, Ironwood Greenway and […]

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Residents invited to help update multi-year transportation plan

February 8, 2011

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Residents and organizations that want to help shape Central Mississippi transportation priorities will get an opportunity to present their suggestions at a series of transportation summits this month sponsored by the Metropolitan Planning Organization. The summits are part of a 5-year update of a plan designed as blueprint for the region’s transportation priorities through 2035, […]

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