May 22, 2022
  • 12:50 pm NHTSA: 2021 Crash Fatalities Highest in 16 Years
  • 12:47 pm USDOT Issues 180-Day ‘Buy America’ Waiver
  • 12:43 pm USDOT Makes $1B in Local Road Grants Available
  • 12:41 pm State DOTs Supporting National Bike Month
  • 12:38 pm FRA Formally Establishes Corridor ID Program

Governor Bill Lee (R) recently named Clay Bright (seen above) – commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Transportation – to serve as the CEO of the Megasite Authority of West Tennessee. [Above photo by the Tennessee DOT] The authority will provide services necessary for operation and development of Ford Motor Company’s $5.6 billion investment at […]

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The Illinois Department of Transportation recently embarked on a six-year, $1.2 billion plan to rebuild I-80 in Will County; replacing more than 50-year-old infrastructure on a condensed timeframe to position the region for long-term economic opportunity. [Above photo by the Illinois DOT] As one of the country’s three coast-to-coast interstates, I-80 through Joliet and Will […]

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The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) agencies recently completed wildlife underpasses along a rural stretch of Interstate 25 between Colorado’s two largest cities, Denver and Colorado Springs. [Above photo by the Colorado DOT] This wildlife mitigation system is part of a $419 million transportation improvement project – known as […]

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Over the next two years, the Oregon Department of Transportation plans to install more than two dozen new rectangular rapid flashing beacons – known as pedestrian activated beacons – to help improve safety for pedestrians along major traffic corridors in the Portland area and statewide. [Above photo by the Oregon DOT] Those rectangular rapid flashing […]

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The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is gathering input from for the public via an online survey to help update its Long-Range Statewide Transportation Plan. [Above photo by the KYTC] The KYTC feedback from that survey will help identify the goals, policies, needs, and improvement priorities for Kentucky’s transportation system over the next 25 years. “Our mission […]

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To better alert motorists to the danger posed by wildlife crossing roads, Arizona Department of Transportation sign shop crews created new yellow “Watch for Animals” supplemental placards placed under existing animal symbol signs. [Above photo by the Arizona DOT] The agency said those new placards are being pilot tested on State Route 87 south of […]

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