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
 

Julie Lorenz, secretary of the Kansas Department of Transportation (at left in above photo), joined Kansas Governor Laura Kelly (D) (at right in photo) on July 20 to officially “break ground” on a long-delayed U.S. 50 highway expansion project. [Above photo via the Kansas DOT.] Concurrently, the Kansas DOT said it plans to distribute $18.5 […]

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The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) approved a 6 percent toll increase on July 21 for E-ZPass rates as well as a 45 percent increase in TOLL BY PLATE rates as compared to its previous cash rates – both of which go into effect on January 3, 2021. [Above photo by the Pennsylvania Turnpike.] “The primary […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials recently released its new Design and Traffic Publications catalog – one of a series of approximately 15 “mini” publications catalogs, each representing various publication categories and specialized topics. The Design and Traffic Publications catalog features AASHTO compendiums related to highway and street design, transit facilities, traffic […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, an equal opportunity employer, is currently seeking to hire a program specialist for transportation finance and a program specialist for policy and government relations – both full-time positions based at AASHTO’s Washington, D.C., headquarters. The program specialist for transportation finance supports the programs and tasks delivered by […]

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