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$2.2 trillion burden for rebuilding infrastructure may fall to states

$2.2 trillion burden for rebuilding infrastructure may...

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on November 01, 2012

The burden of transportation system repairs may soon fall solely on state and local governments, the Washington Post reported.State and ...

Video: The effects of E15 on small gas engines (GIE+Expo)

Video: The effects of E15 on small gas engines...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on October 25, 2012

We're live this week from GIE+Expo in Louisville, Kentucky and had a chance to hear comments from Outdoor Power Equipment ...

Missing person sought near Ludlow, Calif.

Missing person sought near Ludlow, Calif.

Posted by Staff Report on August 07, 2012

Bryan M. Porcaro, 37, of Chicago, Ill., pictured here, is the son of a publisher with Randall-Reilly construction publications ...

Reporter

Reporter

Posted by Equipment World Staff on July 01, 2012

Equipment-centric disaster relief   Tad Agoglia and his crew arrived to what was left of Haiti within a week after the 2010 ...

From roof to road: Using recycled asphalt shingles in roadbuilding

From roof to road: Using recycled asphalt shingles in...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on June 21, 2012

Recycled asphalt shingles, or RAS, are gaining popularity in recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) mixes as agencies, contractors go green to ...

How one public works department developed a spec using recycled aggregate that includes toilets

How one public works department developed a spec using...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on June 07, 2012

Recycling has reached a new level for the transportation construction industry.   The Public Works Department of the city of Bellingham, ...

Remembering Bill Swisher

Remembering Bill Swisher

Posted by John Latta on June 06, 2012

One of the things about the construction industry, and road construction in particular because that’s where I live, is the ...

Here’s an idea

Here’s an idea

Posted by John Latta on June 01, 2012

As our transportation infrastructure woes get more woeful, figuring out how to get work done for today and tomorrow and ...

Want more press? Know the editors

Want more press? Know the editors

Posted by Marcia Gruver Doyle on May 24, 2012

How do you get more press? Here’s my first tip: Establish relationships with editors. I put this in plural not only ...

Public says: we don’t need new roads

Posted by Tom Jackson on May 23, 2012

The always reliable transportation analyst Ken Orski reports in his latest newsletter something that might upset preachers of the "infrastructure ...

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