October 28, 2021
  • 1:12 am FHWA: Highway Trust Fund Should be Solvent into 2022
  • 1:09 am Panel: State DOTs Key to Improving Freight Connectivity
  • 1:04 am AASHTO’s Active Transportation Council Building “Research Roadmap”
  • 11:58 am AASHTO Survey Details Harm of Short-Term Funding Extensions
  • 11:54 am Senate Appropriations Releases FY 2022 USDOT Funding Bill

Last year, the Delta Fire in California’s Shasta National Forest burned 63,311 acres and destroyed 20 structures before it could be completely contained on October 7. That wildfire also torched about seven miles of Interstate 5; closing the critical north-south highway for six days. [Above photo by Caltrans.] Now, the California Department of Transportation is […]

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The Indiana Department of Transportation officially released $115 million in state-matching funds on March 26 to 189 Indiana cities, towns, and counties to support local road projects through the “community crossings initiative” that is part of the state’s overall Next Level Roads program. [Above photo by Indiana DOT.] “Indiana’s fully-funded, long-term Next Level Roads plan […]

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There are two weeks left for state departments of transportation to submit nominations for the 2019 America’s Transportation Awards. States may nominate up to three projects in the competition in the categories of: Operations Excellence, Best Use of Technology & Innovation, and Quality of Life/Community Development. States looking to complete a nomination form may do […]

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Michael Tooley (seen above), director of the Montana Department of Transportation, has been appointed to serve a two-year term as chairman of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Committee on Safety. Tooley has served as Montana DOT’s director for nearly six and a half years. Prior to his tenure at the agency, […]

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