I-95 fiasco shows lack of proper stewardship is an ongoing problem for highways

On Jan. 4, The Washington Post ran a detailed article about the travails of hundreds of motorists stranded for up to 24 hours on 48 miles of snow-bound I-95 south of Washington, DC. The Post wrote:

Interstate 95 in Virginia reopened Tuesday evening after a winter storm paralyzed vehicles for

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