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

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is collaborating with Intelligent Imaging Systems – a Canada-based company that provides innovative connected-truck technology, including in-cab communications – to reduce the risk of commercial truck crashes due to work zone activity and other traffic slowdowns. [Above photo by the NCDOT] “We strive to let people know of unexpected traffic […]

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The Illinois Department of Transportation is in the process of adding new signs along key interstate corridors to help guide motorists to charging stations for electric vehicles. [Above photo of Illinois DOT Secretary Omer Osman by Illinois DOT] The signs are part of a national effort to promote alternative fuels to spark economic activity in […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials recently issued a new publications catalog. The new index – entitled AASHTO Publications Catalog-2021, Volume 2 – includes the latest information concerning the organization’s publications, including descriptions, available formats, and prices. This 2021 Publications Catalog features several recently released AASHTO publications, including the following: Guidelines for […]

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The Center for Environmental Excellence – a partnership through the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials and the Federal Highway Administration – launched a new website to provide faster and easier access to information for users, available at https://environment.transportation.org. Established in 2001, the Center promotes environmental stewardship, encourages innovation and serves as a […]

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