The drop in energy prices is the stuff of headlines and Fed pronouncements these days, and investors weren't pulling their punches Monday in reaction — despite a bounce in the price of oil. The limited partner units of Delek Logistics Partners fell more than 16 percent to $30.80, their lowest level in a year. And investors weren't just picking on the Brentwood company: Monday's list of biggest losers was all about the energy infrastructure plays expected to suffer as the economics of the U.S. oil exploration boom are attacked.
If you've been avoiding parts of Sylvan Park because of the construction at Murphy Road and 46th Avenue, avoid no more. Mayor Karl Dean and other public officials will this morning host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the new infrastructure, highlighted by a roundabout, to the public.
The $2.5 million project also includes new sidewalks, 23 new on-street parking spots, street lighting and landscaping elements. RPM Transportation Consultants and Kimley-Horn and Associates led the project with help from officials from Metro Public Works, Metro Parks and Recreation, and Metro Water.
Nashville-based TransCore will install its electronic tolling system on the Henry Hudson Bridge in New York City. The project will be the first all-electronic setup in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority system. The Henry Hudson, pictured here in a shot from the MTA Bridges and Tunnels Special Archive, was built in the 1930s and is undergoing a series of renovations.
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