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Connecticut leans on federal funding for transportation while others find alternatives
Despite some states – and even some counties and municipalities – finding a way to fund transportation projects without relying ...
Building permits up in October, but government delays housing starts data for second month due to shutdown
Though the Commerce Department won't release data on housing starts and completions until next month, it reports that building permits ...
Bill calls for the elimination of federal transportation funding
While most are trying to figure out a way to free up more federal funding for transportation, two Congressmen have ...
Believe it or not, most Americans think good roads are more important than their iPhone or TV
To say the findings of a recent study reported on by our sister site Better Roads are a bit shocking ...
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In Court: Contractor sues government, “act of God” defense boosts plaintiff’s case
Dismissed! Contractor’s differing site conditions and delay claims proceed as government’s motion to dismiss denied In a recent court decision involving a ...
Are Americans “not willing to pay” for longer-lasting roads?
Over at our sister site Better Roads, columnist Kirk Landers has put together a pretty interesting, and brutally honest, estimation ...
Senate bill would create incentives for private transportation investment
As the federal government continues to search for ways to grapple with the country's slowly crumbling infrastructure, two Senators have ...
Opinion: Bill extensions becoming the norm for this Congress
I had to laugh a little, sadly, last week when I read that Congress couldn't get a farm bill passed. ...
$2.2 trillion burden for rebuilding infrastructure may fall to states
The burden of transportation system repairs may soon fall solely on state and local governments, the Washington Post reported.State and ...
ACG asks government to reconsider new hiring rules
On May 24, the Associated General Contractors of America and 10 other national business associations requested the Obama administration reconsider ...
Construction double-cross pulled from health care bill
The version of the health care bill passed by the House of Representatives last night does not include a controversial ...
You think equipment’s expensive now…
Caterpillar says the proposed national health care bill before Congress, if passed, will increase the company's health care expenses 20 percent ...
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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
VIDEO: Crews demo century-old Virginia St. Bridge, construct and move new one into place (Time-lapse)
U.S. highways are shifting to alternative interchange designs
Ford suspends production of F-150, other models amid sales drop
Unsafe surroundings: Unrecognized hazards could cause trouble for you – or for someone else
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Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman to retire next year; Umpleby tapped as ...
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