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Canada cut in half as new bridge ruptures on only highway connecting east to west
Canadian drivers were facing a detour that sent them out of the country and into the U.S. after the newly completed Nipigon ...
Man leads police on low-speed chase in a backhoe
Being stuck in traffic behind a backhoe is no one’s idea of a fun night. Even if a police chase ...
Former U.S. roads boss hoping to raise $250 million
Former U.S. federal transportation boss Ray LaHood is trying to raise the required $250 million for a U.S. customs plaza for ...
New American-Canadian bridge inching closer toward construction
Michigan and Canadian officials are a tad bit closer to building a new Detroit-Windsor bridge. Gov. Rick Snyder and Canadian Minister of ...
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VIDEO: Watch an ice construction crew build and drive a truck made of ice
Were you affected by the polar vortex that brought sub-zero temperatures to some parts of the U.S. this week? In ...
VIDEO: Airline surprises passengers by granting Christmas wishes
You’ll want a box of tissues handy when you watch this video. WestJet passengers flying to Ontario recently got a nice ...
One Too Many Accidents?
You can’t prevent everything. As long as there are planes, cars, trains and other forms of transportation, you’ll hear about ...
Canada’s Deh Cho Bridge wins 2013 IBC award
The Deh Cho Bridge in Canada, one of the world’s longest, continuous superstructures, received the Gustav Lindenthal Medal at the ...
U.S. experiences 3.6-percent increase in commercial trucks crossing borders in 2012
The U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), part of the Research and Innovative Technology Administration, has ...
Hayward Baker buys GeoFoundations, expands Canadian presence
In a move it says underlines its desire to further serve the Canadian geotechnical construction market, Hayward Baker has acquired ...
Mafia involved in potential asphalt shortage in Montreal
Our sister publication, Equipment World, shared an interesting story about a possible asphalt shortage in Montreal, Canada. The city, which has ...
Montreal could run out of asphalt … and the Mafia is involved
In a bit of an odd-but-true story from Canada, there is a very good possibility that the City of Montreal ...
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VIDEO: Massive earthmover tire explosion shows why you should cage 'em before you inflate 'em
Cummins hit with $60M lawsuit by FCA over defective emissions system in Ram pickups
U.S. highways are shifting to alternative interchange designs
VIDEO: Crews demo century-old Virginia St. Bridge, construct and move new one into place (Time-lapse)
GMC unveils 2017 Sierra HD All Terrain X, its most powerful off-roader yet thanks to new 6.6L Duramax
Unsafe surroundings: Unrecognized hazards could cause trouble for you – or for someone else
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How Volvo CE is engineering a quarry run by electric loaders ...
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Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman to retire next year; Umpleby tapped as ...
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Caterpillar intros M315F, M317F wheeled excavators with tool carrier, compact radius ...
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Three views on the past, present and rapidly evolving future of ...
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