January 27, 2021
  • 6:54 am Safety, Infrastructure Touted at USDOT Secretary-Designee Hearing
  • 6:52 am Biden-Harris Administration Crafting COVID-19 Relief, Infrastructure Plan
  • 6:49 am AASHTO Sets 2021 Transportation Policy Priorities
  • 6:42 am Biden-Harris Administration Announces USDOT Appointees
  • 6:39 am ACI Report: COVID-19 Pandemic Will Cost Airports Billions
 

Governor Tony Evers (D) (seen above) put a new law into effect on July 8 that gives municipal governments broader “flexibility” to balance safety and right-of-way access for electric scooter users across Wisconsin. “We should be setting the floor, not the ceiling, for local governments in Wisconsin,” he said in a statement. “Electric scooters improve […]

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The Utah Department of Transportation is joining forces with Panasonic Corporation of North America to develop an advanced transportation data network aimed at improving both highway safety and mobility by sharing data between vehicles, roadway infrastructure, and traffic operators in real time. [Above photo by the Utah DOT.] The agency said that Panasonic will help it install intelligent […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has appointed Julie Lorenz – secretary of the Kansas Department of Transportation and director of the Kansas Turnpike Authority – to serve a two-year term as chair of the organization’s Council on Aviation. Gov. Laura Kelly initially named Lorenz interim secretary of the Kansas DOT in […]

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Can better data management help improve highway safety? The Kansas Department of Transportation is answering that question via a pilot program using AASHTOWare Safety Analyst to better integrate motor vehicle crash information with roadway location and design features. Originally developed as a cooperative effort between the Federal Highway Administration and participating state and local agencies, […]

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