July 6, 2022
  • 12:08 pm TRIP Report Analyzes Recent Spike in Traffic Fatalities
  • 12:01 pm Letter: Inflation Requires ‘Buy America’ Rules Adjustment
  • 11:58 am USDOT Activates ‘Reconnecting Communities’ Pilot Program
  • 11:55 am Five States Help Expand U.S. Bicycle Route System
  • 11:47 am USDOT Offers $573M for Railroad Crossing Elimination

Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Transportation TV sat down with Paul Ajegba (seen above), director of the Michigan Department of Transportation, for its Two Minute State DOT Update video series. In this video interview, Ajegba discussed the three biggest challenges faced by the Michigan DOT at the time; issues that remain unresolved […]

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The Georgia Department of Transportation is making up to $6 million in emergency funding available for more than 50 counties impacted by extensive flooding from multiple storms this spring; part of a recovery effort launched by Governor Brian Kemp (R) as the flood damage did not meet the required threshold for Federal Emergency Management Agency […]

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On May 26, the Oregon Department of Transportation started work on a project to convert more than 8,000 high-pressure sodium streetlights in the Portland area to light-emitting diode or LED fixtures – a change that should reduce the agency’s energy bill for street lighting in the Portland area by half, saving taxpayers $700,000 to $800,000 […]

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation has initiated an effort to re-emphasize highway work zone safety to motorists to coincide with the ramp-up of the state’s annual roadway construction season, which typically runs from April to the end of October. [Above photo by the Wyoming DOT.] “We currently have about 65 active projects throughout the state […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has issued its annual job classifications and salary information survey for state departments of transportation. Developed by AASHTO’s Committee on Human Resources, the survey is viewed as a “tool” intended for human resource administrators and others whose work involves studying and analyzing job classifications, writing job […]

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