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Oklahoma DOT worker killed during brush removal project
Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) Superintendent I Jarrell Gray, 47, was killed while supervising a brush removal project May 18. Gray is ...
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 ...
UTA engineer assessing use of lasers to measure microtexture of aggregates in asphalt and concrete mixtures
Roger Walker, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), is working with ...
Minnesota governor, house republicans spar over transportation funding solutions
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and state House Republicans have both proposed transportation funding measures this week, but have failed to ...
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House subcommittee advances new THUD bill with $19.2 billion in USDOT discretionary funds
The House Appropriations Subcommitee on Transportation, House and Urban Development (THUD) has sent the fiscal year 2017 funding bill for ...
S. Carolina DOT commission re-appoints commissioner following state Supreme Court ruling
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Commission held an emergency meeting this week to re-appoint SCDOT Secretary Christy Hall ...
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, ...
One Oregon: Transportation report proposes recommendations to state system
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown’s Transportation Vision Panel has outlined 10 areas of recommended improvements for the state’s transportation system in ...
Portland, Ore. voters approve 10-cent-per-gallon gas tax increase
Voters in Portland, Oregon, narrowly approved a 4-year, 10-cent-per-gallon gas tax increase to be used for transportation system updates, according ...
ARTBA urges contacting representatives for permanent solution to Highway Trust Fund
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association is advocating for its members and other groups and individuals involved in transportation ...
Crews install first piling for new Bonner Bridge over Oregon Inlet in N. Carolina
Construction crews installed the first piling for the the new Herbert C. Bonner Bridge over Oregon Inlet on May 9, according to a press ...
FHWA provides $1 million in relief funds for Georgia road repairs
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has released $1 million in emergency relief funds to repair and stabilize roads in the ...
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