September 25, 2018
  • 11:38 am State DOTs Helping Out with Hurricane Florence Recovery Efforts
  • 11:24 am Federal Court Grants Temporary Stay of Air Quality ‘Do-Over’ Decision
  • 11:22 am Senate’s Opioid Crisis Response Act Provides New Drug Test Options for State DOTs
  • 11:20 am WEF Research Says Robots Will Create More Jobs Than They Eliminate
  • 11:13 am Report Seeks to Identify Potential Pollution Risks from Hurricane Florence

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials along with the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association held a free live-streaming webinar on May 14 entitled The State of Highway Investment: Plans, Promises and Predictions, focusing on both current trends and future plans for federal, state, and local surface transportation investments – especially in […]

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In a social media-driven era, when a smart messaging campaign can hook an audience to sell an idea and be amplified by tweets and likes, two examples stand out for transportation. In both Texas and Michigan, key officials cut videos that highlighted failings in their transportation infrastructure to advocate for more investment. In Texas, during a gubernatorial election in which he […]

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“Same song, second verse,” said Scott Bennett, director of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, as he announced cuts in the agency’s 2015 list of infrastructure project bids due to another round of uncertainty about federal funding. Bennett said Arkansas had to delay 15 highway projects in 2014 that were worth $70 million, because the state could not count […]

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