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NAPA, FHWA survey shows increased use of recycled materials, warm-mix asphalt

NAPA, FHWA survey shows increased use of recycled...

Posted by Chris Hill on Nov 12, 2015

This year’s “Asphalt Pavement Industry Survey on Recycled Materials and Warm-Mix Asphalt Usage” shows that recycled materials is being used ...

Rhode Island DOT’s 10-year plan provides $4.7 billion for bridge and road projects

Rhode Island DOT’s 10-year plan provides $4.7 billion...

Posted by Chris Hill on Oct 27, 2015

The Rhode Island Department of Transportation has released to the public a $4.7 billion 10-year transportation improvement program that promises ...

BEAST assembled, before sample placement (June 11, 2015)

World’s first accelerated bridge structural testing...

Posted by Chris Hill on Oct 20, 2015

Rutgers University has created an outdoor lab that can simulate extreme stress conditions for bridges in an accelerated environment that ...

USDOT provides $1 million in emergency relief for Missouri flood-damaged roads and bridges

USDOT provides $1 million in emergency relief for...

Posted by Chris Hill on Oct 14, 2015

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has released $1 million in emergency relief funds to the Missouri ...

Artist rendering of a lower-speed roadway design to accommodate bike paths, sidewalks and landscaping.

Design flexibility proposal is first step in...

Posted by Chris Hill on Oct 13, 2015

The Federal Highway Administration wants to create design flexibility for highway engineers to promote innovative transportation solutions, and their first ...

FHWA awards $6.4 million for speed-innovative projects

FHWA awards $6.4 million for speed-innovative projects

Posted by Bobby Atkinson on Oct 13, 2015

The Federal Highway Administration has awarded more than $6.4 million in grants to a tribal government and six states as part ...

Louisiana DOTD and preservation office team up with FHWA on historic bridge management agreement

Louisiana DOTD and preservation office team up with...

Posted by Chris Hill on Oct 02, 2015

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LDOTD), Louisiana State Historic Preservation Office and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) are ...

Tim Hoffman from Atlas Copco demonstrates the company’s fourth generation IC system, Dyn@Link.

PHOTOS: FHWA intelligent compaction demonstration, open...

Posted by Chris Hill on Sep 25, 2015

The Federal Highway Administration’s last Intelligent Compaction (IC) Equipment Demonstration of 2015 took place at the Alabama Department of Transportation’s ...

LBJ Express highway in Dallas, largest Texas P3, opens to public 3 months ahead of schedule (VIDEO)

LBJ Express highway in Dallas, largest Texas P3, opens...

Posted by Chris Hill on Sep 14, 2015

The largest public-private partnership (P3) in Texas, the approximately $2.6 billion LBJ Express highway reconstruction project, has opened to the ...

Hawaii DOT sues consultant over fraud, breach of contract on highway software upgrade

Hawaii DOT sues consultant over fraud, breach of...

Posted by Chris Hill on Sep 09, 2015

The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) has filed a lawsuit against software consultant Ciber Inc. accusing the company of defrauding ...

FHWA announces winners of the 2015 Transportation Planning Excellence Awards

FHWA announces winners of the 2015 Transportation...

Posted by Bobby Atkinson on Jul 23, 2015

The Federal Highway Administration recently honored eight transportation projects from across the country with the 2015 Transportation Planning Excellence Awards. The award, ...

FHWA provides grants for Wisconsin, New Hampshire bridge projects

FHWA provides grants for Wisconsin, New Hampshire...

Posted by Chris Hill on Jun 17, 2015

Two state departments of transportation will receive $1.03 million in grants to “speed deployment of innovative technologies” as part of ...

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