April 17, 2021
  • 11:45 am Joint Letter to Congress Calls for ‘Generational’ Infrastructure Investment
  • 11:44 am EPW Hearing Focuses on Highway Trust Fund Solvency Solutions
  • 11:43 am President Biden’s Preliminary FY 2022 Federal Budget Released
  • 11:41 am House T&I Republicans Issue Infrastructure Modernization Bill
  • 11:38 am USDOT Making $1B in Grants Available via RAISE Program

Nearly 50 experts from 34 state departments of transportation participated in one or more of the 800 sessions offered at the 2019 Transportation Research Board annual meeting Jan. 14-19 in Washington D.C.; including 12 agency executives who discussed a number of “pressing issues” affecting the state DOT community, such as workforce development, the deployment of connected and autonomous vehicles or CAVs, as well as the need for sustainable federal funding to revitalize America’s aging transportation systems.

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