March 27, 2023
  • 12:13 pm AASHTO President Millar: Resilience Key to Transportation
  • 12:09 pm AASHTO: Carefully Consider Impact of Safety Regulations
  • 12:05 pm USDOT Issues $94M via New SMART Grants Program
  • 12:02 pm Amtrak, PNRRA Detail Plans for Scranton-New York Rail Service
  • 11:56 am AASHTO Hosts Four-Day AEI Leadership Program

The Alabama Department of Transportation is providing $3.11 million to cities and counties statewide to fund various local road and bridge projects. [Above photo via the Alabama Governor’s Office] Those funds come through the state’s Annual Grant Program, created by the 2019 Rebuild Alabama Act, which requires the Alabama DOT to set aside $10 million […]

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The Ohio Department of Transportation plans to use $35 million in federal COVID-19 relief aid to fund a series of landslide and rockslide mitigation projects in the eastern and southern parts of the state. [Above photo by the Ohio DOT] The agency said it has identified nearly 40 locations in more than a dozen Ohio […]

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The latest episode of the Environmental Technical Assistance Program or ETAP Podcast explores how state agency partnerships are helping Connecticut achieve climate goals while also implementing the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program or TCI-P. [Above photo by the Connecticut DOT] TCI-P is a multi-state effort to cap and reduce greenhouse gas or GHG emissions from […]

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A recent study indicates that major flooding occurring outside designated flood zones is significantly affecting Maryland’s highways, bridges, tunnels, and other roadways. As a result, such flooding “interrupts daily life; delaying or blocking passage of emergency response vehicles and people trying to get to work or school.” [Above photo by Maryland DOT] The study – […]

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Brandye Hendrickson (seen above) will be joining the Texas Department of Transportation as its new deputy executive director effective July 19. Hendrickson – who currently serves as the deputy director for the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials – is filling the position vacated by Marc Williams, who became TxDOT’s executive director on […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials are accepting applications for the AASHTO Executive Institute (AEI), the third and final installment in the association’s revamped leadership development series. AEI, formerly known as the National Transportation Advanced Leadership Institute, will offer a unique senior executive professional development experience October 4 – 7, 2021 in […]

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