August 7, 2022
  • 12:34 pm Every State DOT Formally Submits EV Infrastructure Plans
  • 12:32 pm AASHTO Comments on FTA’s ‘Buy America’ Waiver Proposal
  • 11:52 am Video: Implementing Equity in the Transportation Industry
  • 11:50 am Nolen: FAA Seeks to be ‘Gateway, not Hurdle’ for AAM
  • 11:44 am Georgia DOT Advancing Key Mobility Program Projects

A student team from the University of Michigan took home top honors at the second annual Transportation Technology Tournament; a competition sponsored by the National Operations Center of Excellence and the U.S. Department of Transportation. The NOCoE is a partnership of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, […]

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Starting this month, AASHTO Publications – in conjunction with Transportation TV – will be producing a new monthly video series to provide a roughly two-minute update on recent American Association of State Highway and Transportation book releases and news. Included in this month’s video are highlights of the second edition of AASHTO’s its “Guidelines for […]

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From now through August 2, the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Innovation Initiative, known as A.I.I., is accepting nominations for new innovative technologies. A.I.I. accepts submissions for consideration from state departments of transportation and AASHTO associate members. Formerly called the AASHTO Technology Implementation Group, A.I.I. aims to accelerate the adoption of new […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has appointed Julie Lorenz – secretary of the Kansas Department of Transportation and director of the Kansas Turnpike Authority – to serve a two-year term as chair of the organization’s Council on Aviation. Gov. Laura Kelly initially named Lorenz interim secretary of the Kansas DOT in […]

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Can better data management help improve highway safety? The Kansas Department of Transportation is answering that question via a pilot program using AASHTOWare Safety Analyst to better integrate motor vehicle crash information with roadway location and design features. Originally developed as a cooperative effort between the Federal Highway Administration and participating state and local agencies, […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials recently made appointments to its Committee on Human Resources and Committee on Civil Rights. The organization re-appointed Lee Wilkinson (above left), director of the operations and finance division at the Iowa Department of Transportation, to a new two-year term as chair of the Committee on Human […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials just released the second of three 2019 updates for its Standard Specifications for Transportation Materials and Methods of Sampling and Testing and AASHTO Provisional Standards reference compendium – a publication typically referred to as the “Materials Standards” guide. [Above photo by the Washington State DOT.] The […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Multistate Transit Technical Assistance Program has elected four new members to its steering committee, each of whom will serve a three-year term starting on July 1. They are: Brodie Ayers, transit project coordination unit manager for the division of transit and rail at the Colorado Department […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials is re-opening recruitment for two positions in its Washington, D.C., headquarters office. The first job opening is for Web/Database Administrative Coordinator; a grade 7 position within the organization’s engineering team. This position provides program support in updating and managing information in databases, spreadsheets, and on websites […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has issued its annual job classifications and salary information survey for state transportation departments. Developed by AASHTO’s Committee on Human Resources, the survey is viewed as a “tool” intended for human resource administrators and others whose work involves studying and analyzing job classifications, writing job descriptions, […]

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