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 Colorado Department of Transportation recently added a new route to its Bustang Outrider service, fulfilling demand for transit connections between the cities and towns of northeastern Colorado, the Front Range, and other areas of the state. [Above photo by the Colorado DOT] The Sterling-Greeley/Sterling-Denver route will operate five days a week, pending demand for […]

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The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities and the City of Skagway recently agreed to develop new marine facilities for both the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) as well as commercial and private marine businesses. The agreement between them includes preliminary design, engineering, and a feasibility analysis for the new facilities. [Above photo by […]

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In mid-December, AASHTO re:source will hold a two-day online geotechnical training course that delves into one-dimensional consolidation testing of soils. Register for this course by clicking here. [Above image by AASHTO] AASHTO re:source is part of the engineering and technical services division of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. It provides services […]

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials – an equal-opportunity employer – still seeks qualified applicants for its transit policy job opening at the organization’s Washington, D.C., headquarters. [Above image by AASHTO] Please visit the AASHTO Jobs Portal for more information about the Program Manager for Transit Policy & Technical Assistance position. That position manages […]

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