October 28, 2021
  • 1:12 am FHWA: Highway Trust Fund Should be Solvent into 2022
  • 1:09 am Panel: State DOTs Key to Improving Freight Connectivity
  • 1:04 am AASHTO’s Active Transportation Council Building “Research Roadmap”
  • 11:58 am AASHTO Survey Details Harm of Short-Term Funding Extensions
  • 11:54 am Senate Appropriations Releases FY 2022 USDOT Funding Bill

The South Dakota Transportation Commission recently issued 33 preliminary engineering Bridge Improvement Grants or “BIG” awards totaling approximately $1.42 million at its August 26 meeting. [Above photo by the South Dakota DOT] The agency said in a statement that local governments are required to pay a minimum of 20 percent matching funds and have three […]

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The Michigan Department of Transportation is placing posters created by TalkSooner.org – a Michigan-based parent resource for youth substance abuse prevention – in 77 rest areas and ‘Welcome Centers’ statewide starting Labor Day weekend as part of an anti-drug outreach campaign. [Above photo by the Michigan DOT] The campaign encourages parents and caregivers to engage in […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials and the National Steel Bridge Alliance have jointly issued Guidelines for the Qualification of Structural Bolting Inspectors, 2nd Edition. The new guide supersedes the Recommendations for the Qualification of Structural Bolting Inspectors, 1st Edition, previously published by AASHTO and NSBA. To download a free copy of […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has officially opened the registration portal for the 2021 Committee on Transportation Communications – or TransComm – Annual Meeting. The event will be held virtually September 21 through 23. TransComm is comprised of state department of transportation communications and marketing professionals from all the 50 states, […]

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