December 2, 2020
  • 12:50 pm FCC Opens 5.9 GHz Spectrum to Non-Transportation Use
  • 12:43 pm FHWA Issues ER Funds for Brent Spence Bridge Repairs
  • 12:38 pm Sheehan: ‘Transportation Provides Access to Opportunity for all’
  • 12:37 pm AASHTO Passes Resolution Addressing Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
  • 12:36 pm Incorporating Civil Rights Principles into State DOT Operations
 

The New Mexico Department of Transportation is partnering with vanpool provider Commute with Enterprise to provide commuters traveling to and from the cities of Farmington, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, and Las Cruces with a vanpooling option through the “NM Go!” program. [Above photo by Commute with Enterprise.] The “NM Go!” program aims to help expand and enhance regional transportation […]

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation spent nearly $133 million dollars to clear roads during the 2018-19 winter season, with its snowplow crews “facing some of the most severe weather in the state in a decade,” according to the agency’s annual winter maintenance report released on August 7. [Above photo by Minnesota DOT.] The annual report […]

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Unmanned Aircraft Systems – known as UAS or drones – took center stage in North Carolina and Kansas this week as the former hosted its second annual global drone summit, while the latter received permission on August 14 to conduct the first ever Beyond Visual Line of Sight or BVLOS drone operation without a requirement […]

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Michael Bryant, director of the civil rights division at the Texas Department of Transportation, has been appointed to a two-year term as vice chair of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Committee on Civil Rights. Originally from Washington, D.C., Bryant moved to Austin with his family in 1978. He is an alumnus […]

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Richard Price, associate program manager for transit policy and technical services for the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, recently penned a column highlighting the importance of completing Public Transportation Agency Safety Plans or PTASPs required by the Federal Transit Administration by July 20 next year. “Why the hurry? Well, to complete these […]

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