August 9, 2022
  • 12:34 pm Every State DOT Formally Submits EV Infrastructure Plans
  • 12:32 pm AASHTO Comments on FTA’s ‘Buy America’ Waiver Proposal
  • 11:52 am Video: Implementing Equity in the Transportation Industry
  • 11:50 am Nolen: FAA Seeks to be ‘Gateway, not Hurdle’ for AAM
  • 11:44 am Georgia DOT Advancing Key Mobility Program Projects

In late August, the New York State Department of Transportation completed work on two projects that enhance safety for pedestrians along the 90-mile corridor of State Route 25 and portions of three other roads in Nassau and Suffolk counties. [Above photo by the NYSDOT] Those two projects – costing $11.3 million and completed on time […]

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A new report published by national transportation research firm TRIP said that increased transportation funding provided by the South Carolina legislature’s passage of the 2017 Roads Bill has allowed the state to move forward with “numerous projects to improve road and bridge safety while speeding up repairs.” [Above photo by the SCDOT] Yet that report […]

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A new initiative to develop the nation’s first electric vehicle or EV wireless charging infrastructure on a public road is gearing up in Michigan – and the Michigan Department of Transportation will play a critical role in this new project. [Above photo of Governor Whitmer via the Michigan Governor’s Office] The Inductive Vehicle Charging Pilot […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials has named Joel Jundt (seen above) – the secretary of the South Dakota Department of Transportation – to a two-year term as chair of its Special Committee on Research and Innovation. [Above photo via the South Dakota DOT] The Special Committee on Research and Innovation supports AASHTO, its […]

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Iowa State University’s Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering posthumously inducted Frank B. Francois (seen above) – a former executive director of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials who passed away in February – into its “Hall of Fame” in July. [Above photo by M. D. Francois.] Iowa State recently highlighted […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ Committee on Data Management and Analytics – known as CDMA – is hosting a free two-day virtual technical conference and meeting October 5-6. [Above photo by the Ohio DOT] The meeting’s program – available by clicking here – offers a platform to discuss data issues and challenges […]

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