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Missouri, Illinois DOTs seek public input on new location for Champ Clark Bridge
The Illinois and Missouri Departments of Transportation are seeking public comments on the environmental assessment for a location for the ...
Preservation programs grow as state DOTs battle challenging bridge conditions
The truth is, while there are still a relatively large number of structurally deficient bridges across the country, roughly 58,500, ...
Four Chicago bridges join the ranks of city’s century-old spans still in use
Four Chicago bridges—the Jackson Boulevard Bridge (Jan. 29), Chicago & North Western Railroad Bridge (July 30), Webster Street Bridge (Aug. ...
How this carbon fiber donut quickly repairs bridges damaged by earthquakes
Researchers at the University of Utah say they have developed a method that not only greatly reduces the amount of ...
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New survey says majority of Americans support usage fees to fix crumbling roads
A newly published survey reports that nearly two-thirds of Americans would support roadway user fees to help fix the country's ...
Licking County, Ohio, pledges $4.3 million to repairing 35 bridges in 2016
Deteriorating bridges and culverts have forced the closure of five county roads in Licking County, Ohio, the Newark Advocate reports. Licking County ...
Rhode Island DOT will replace structurally deficient bridges with slide-in construction
In 2014, data from the Federal Highway Administration ranked Rhode Island as the worst of the 50 states for structurally deficient bridges. ...
N. Dakota DOT sees slight increase in funding for road work in 2016
Despite recent budget cuts to the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT), more money will be spent on highways and ...
WSDOT bridge inspectors detail their work to a curious public
Bridge inspectors in Spokane regularly inspect bridges to make sure they are safe for vehicles. And there's nothing especially surprising ...
Rush County, Ind., to use new weight-load technology to test integrity of small bridges
Mark Bacon is a corn farmer and county commissioner in Rush County, Ind.,where nearly three dozen bridges are closed or ...
Michigan DOT’s 5-year transportation plan includes $6.8 billion for highway restructuring and repair
In November, Michigan passed a $1.2 billion road funding law that will raise money for the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) through ...
Mississippi requests emergency FWHA funds for flood-damaged roads, bridges
The Mississippi Department of Transportation has requested emergency funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration to help ...
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