February 3, 2023
  • 1:19 pm AASHTO Joins “First Movers” Roadway Safety Partnership
  • 1:15 pm FRA to Expand Passenger Rail Grant Amount
  • 1:10 pm Amtrak: Entering ‘Exciting Time’ for Passenger Rail
  • 1:08 pm AASHTO Asks FMCSA for Emergency Exemption Clarifications
  • 1:05 pm ETAP Podcast: NYSDOT Details Transportation Resilience Efforts

To strengthen working relationships with Arizona’s 22 Native American Indian tribes – tribes that are key stakeholders in the state’s highway system – the Arizona Department of Transportation plans to host a series of forums to share ideas and provide information on agency resources. [Above photo by Arizona DOT.] Offered in partnership with the Inter […]

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A pilot program launched nearly two years ago to help reduce highway lighting costs is saving money for the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities. [Above photo by the Alaska DOT&PF.] The agency said in a statement on April 8 that electricity is a “significant part” of its central region operating budget, costing $2.2 […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has appointed Tim Henkel (above right), assistant commissioner-modal planning and program manager at the Minnesota Department of Transportation, as chair of its Committee on Performance-Based Management. The group also named John Milton (above left), director of enterprise and risk management at the Washington State Department of […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials released the second edition of its Manual for Bridge Element Inspection reference guide on March 25. [Above photo by the Virginia Department of Transportation.] This edition replaces two current AASHTO publications: The first edition of the MBEI, published in 2013, along with its 2015 Interim Revisions. […]

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