April 9, 2020
  • 7:13 am AASHTO Asks Congress for $50B Fiscal Backstop for State DOTs
  • 2:18 pm Transportation Investment Touted for Post-Coronavirus Recovery
  • 1:00 pm NHTSA, EPA Roll Out Final Fuel Economy Rule
  • 12:57 pm New Study Pinpoints Transportation Outreach Tactics
  • 12:54 pm AASHTO Committee Offers Virtual COVID-19 Panels

Following the unveiling of a new state logo (seen above) by Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell (R) on February 12, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation was tasked to install new roadside welcome signs at 10 major entry points along state highways and interstates in the next few days, along with 75 smaller signs in other […]

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Countering the impact of winter weather on a state’s transportation system is an expensive and tough task; one the Missouri Department of Transportation knows all too well. For example, the agency spent more than $64 million on winter operations in 2018, in part to cover the costs of its snow plows disbursing: more than 180,000 […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials – and equal opportunity employer – is looking to hire a full-time senior marketing specialist to support its AASHTOWare product line and a part-time administrative assistant for its Meetings and Member Services division. Both positions are located at AASHTO’s Washington, D.C., headquarters and candidates interested in […]

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The publications division of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials is spotlighting the 16 technical standards and guidelines across nine categories that comprise the organization’s “Essential Library” in a new video. Those standards and guidelines are considered to be “foundational materials” related to the design, construction, operation, maintenance, and administration of highways, […]

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