May 17, 2022
  • 12:53 pm State DOTs Say Local Partners Help Achieve Goals
  • 12:42 pm State DOTs Leveraging Data to Manage Information
  • 12:39 pm AASHTO Issues 40th Annual Public Transportation Report
  • 12:37 pm Final FHWA Rule Updates Bridge Inspection Standards
  • 12:31 pm Georgia DOT Assisting with V2X ‘Ride-Along’ Experiences

The North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Office of Civil Rights is sponsoring new highway construction trade academies or HCTAs around the state; academies designed to address the growing need for skilled labor in transportation industry while creating a more diverse industry workforce. [Above photo by the NCDOT.] “Our goal is to target women, minorities and […]

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The Arizona Department of Transportation recently started upgrading the lighting system inside the Interstate 10 Deck Park Tunnel north of downtown Phoenix – a project that should save both energy and money. [Above photo by the Arizona DOT.] The Deck Park Tunnel – which originally opened in August 1990 – currently uses an “old style” high-pressure sodium […]

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation is providing four port projects with grants totaling $14 million to support freight movement on the state’s waterways. [Above photo by David Gonzalez for the Minnesota DOT.] That funding, from the agency’s Port Development Assistance Program or PDAP, helps support one port project in the Twin Cities metro area along […]

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In the latest edition of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials “State DOT’s Best” video series, the California Department of Transportation – known as Caltrans – highlights its winter operations skills. California’s climate during the winter season can vary widely depending on latitude, elevation, and proximity to the coastline. This video demonstrates […]

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