December 2, 2020
  • 12:50 pm FCC Opens 5.9 GHz Spectrum to Non-Transportation Use
  • 12:43 pm FHWA Issues ER Funds for Brent Spence Bridge Repairs
  • 12:38 pm Sheehan: ‘Transportation Provides Access to Opportunity for all’
  • 12:37 pm AASHTO Passes Resolution Addressing Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
  • 12:36 pm Incorporating Civil Rights Principles into State DOT Operations
 

The Nebraska Department of Transportation released a comprehensive Metro Area Travel Improvement Study (MTIS) on February 13 that provides a “planning road map” for improvements to the freeway system in the Omaha metro area over the next 20 to 30 years. “The development Nebraska has experienced over the last 10 years is a testament to […]

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The Indiana Department of Transportation issued $120.8 million worth of federal transportation funding on February 12 to 52 cities, towns, and counties in rural portions of Indiana to support local road, bridge, and sidewalk projects. [Above photo by the Indiana DOT.] The money comes from the state’s Next Levels Roads program – implemented by the […]

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According to finalized data released by the North Dakota Department of Transportation and the North Dakota Highway Patrol on February 19, a total of 100 people lost their lives in motor vehicle crashes in North Dakota in 2019 – the lowest number of motor vehicle crash fatalities in 15 years, the organizations said. [Above photo […]

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The Idaho Transportation Department is partnering with Dallas Cowboy linebacker and former Boise State football standout Leighton Vander Esch in a safety campaign to promote greater seat belt use across the state. The new “Rules to LVE By” campaign – launched on February 20 – focuses on the importance of wearing a seat belt at […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials will hold its annual Washington Briefing starting Tuesday, February 27, on through Friday, February 28, at the Washington Court Hotel in the nation’s capital. [Above left to right at the 2019 Washington Briefing: Jim Tymon, Patrick McKenna, and Carlos Braceras.] The meeting will focus on legislative […]

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