February 7, 2023
  • 1:19 pm AASHTO Joins “First Movers” Roadway Safety Partnership
  • 1:15 pm FRA to Expand Passenger Rail Grant Amount
  • 1:10 pm Amtrak: Entering ‘Exciting Time’ for Passenger Rail
  • 1:08 pm AASHTO Asks FMCSA for Emergency Exemption Clarifications
  • 1:05 pm ETAP Podcast: NYSDOT Details Transportation Resilience Efforts

The public transportation division of the Idaho Transportation Department recently activated an in-house developed web portal for distributing Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security or CARES Act emergency funding to transit providers around the state. [Above photo by the Idaho Transportation Department.] Taylor Bothke, the division’s grants and contracts officer, noted that emergency funding came […]

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The Oregon Department of Transportation is in the process of converting more than 8,000 high-pressure sodium lights to light emitting diode or LED lights on highways around Region 1 – an area that includes Multnomah, Clackamas, Hood River, and eastern Washington counties. [Above photo by the Oregon DOT.] That change will improve visibility for motorists […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Committee on Communications – known as TransComm – announced the winners of its yearly skills awards competition during its virtual annual meeting on August 25. TransComm’s skills award competition – which for more than 35 years has recognized the best communications and marketing work by state […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has released a new video to highlight the work of its Committee on Transportation Communications, known as TransComm. Made up of a diverse and dynamic group of communication professionals from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, TransComm’s objective is to promote excellence […]

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