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Arizona DOT begins designating Safety Corridors to reduce collisions and deaths
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has started adding signage to highways in the state indicating those that are designated ...
APWA to honor Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety with performance award
The American Public Works Association (APWA) will award the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety (MCRS) with the Exceptional Performance in ...
One worker dead, another seriously injured after drunk driver crashes into work zone
A 21-year-old road worker was killed earlier this month and his coworker was seriously injured after an alleged drunk driver crashed into ...
Colorado DOT to begin displaying weekly tallies of highway deaths
The Colorado Department of Transportation wants to help make the roads safer by giving drivers a weekly reminder of those ...
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Fatal crash in Alabama work zone prompts state troopers to caution safety
The death of a teenage girl in a construction zone on an Alabama interstate has caised state troopers to warn of ...
US traffic fatalities up 14% in first 6 months of 2015
New data from the National Safety Council reveals that the number of motor vehicles deaths in America are up 14 percent ...
Rhode Island DOT to invest $2 million in driver safety
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is planning to install a $2 million system on its highways to prevent ...
NHTSA officials could require vehicle-to-vehicle communication in future cars
Manufacturers may soon be required to include vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology in all new cars. National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) officials ...
More than two-thirds of highway construction crews hit by cars last year
The Associated General Contractors of America reported today that 68 percent of the nation's highway contractors have had motor vehicles ...
TRIP report released tomorrow on Arkansas surface transportation system
TRIP will release a new report that evaluates the current condition, use and funding of Arkansas' surface transportation system at a ...
Kirk Landers: A show about … nothing
By Kirk Landers, Editor Emeritus Jerry Seinfeld once described his long-running television comedy as a show about . . . nothing. ...
ARTBA Foundation announces college financial assistance to the children of fallen highway workers
The children of highway workers killed or permanently disabled on the job will receive financial assistance in their pursuit of ...
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Atlas Copco plans to sell Dynapac road equipment division
Chevy unveils Carhartt Silverado 2500HD, a sharp work truck literally covered in duck brown fabric
ASV intros RT-120 Forestry CTL calling it "largest, most powerful in the industry"
VIDEO: Suspended from crane, Bobcat demos concrete beneath tracks
VIDEO: Excavator operator realizes error, grasps for shore, sinks boat anyway
Dangerous chaos after a trench collapse
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Ford unveils redesigned 2018 F-150 with first-ever diesel option (VIDEO)
by Jason Cannon
John Deere intros 844K-III and Aggregate Handler config with improved hydraulics, ...
by Wayne Grayson
Ford to build a hybrid F-150 with integrated generator for jobsites ...
by Wayne Grayson
The Top 10 Construction Equipment Videos of 2016
by Equipment World Staff
Tier 4 regs driving contractors to buy lower-tiered used equipment
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