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Work ahead of schedule on new Del. toll road, DOT says
The first phase of the construction of the new U.S. 301 toll road in Delaware is nearing completion ahead ...
Maryland transit teams up with Zipcar for car-sharing
Maryland light-rail riders can now reserve Zipcars at eight stations. The Maryland Transit Administration has entered an agreement with the ...
Kobelco adds Correlli and Frank Martin Sons to dealer network
Kobelco Construction Machinery USA has added Correlli, out of Dundalk, Maryland, and Frank Martin Sons, located in Fort Kent ...
Recycled glass aggregate being developed as lightweight road material
AeroAggregates LLC opened a plant to produce lightweight construction material from mixed recycled glass, The Inquirer reports. The company manufactures ...
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Modest rise in transportation construction forecast for 2018
Transportation-related construction activity is expected to increase next year after dropping in 2017, according to the American Road & ...
Topcon expands Solutions Store concept to Pacific Northwest
Topcon has expanded its Solutions Store concept to two more locations, in Portland, Oregon, and Kent, Washington. PPI Group, a ...
Del. bridges become 2nd in US with dehumidification system
The two Delaware Memorial Bridges have been equipped with a $35 million dehumidification system to extend the life of ...
Md. bridge named for Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) representatives joined elected officials and American Legion representatives to ...
Left-lane hogs face fines in Okla. under new law
Tired of traveling down the highway and seeing slow drivers hogging the left lane? The Oklahoma legislature is too, and ...
Maryland to spend $50 million to install new Smart Traffic Signals
The state of Maryland is preparing to embark on a $50.3 million project to install Smart Traffic Signals designed ...
More than half of all U.S. states have raised fuel taxes for highway funding
With transportation revenue lagging, 26 states and the District of Columbia have enacted legislation to raise the gas tax in ...
Md. road worker dies after being hit by Jeep
According to an Associated Press report, a construction worker directing traffic at a road construction project in Pasadena, Maryland, was struck and ...
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The Smarter Excavator: Burst of tech brings intelligent control to new mid-size models
Thunder Creek’s new multi-tank trailers allow bulk diesel transport with no CDL
In wake of father’s death, a son takes family construction business to new heights
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Test Drive: How Kenworth’s fuel cell T680 delivers a quick, quiet ride
by Jason Cannon
Bobcat updates E85 excavator with more power, redesigned cab
by Don McLoud
Toyota unveils 2019 Tundra, Tacoma, 4Runner TRD Pro lineup
by Tom Quimby
The death of the skid steer has been greatly exaggerated
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Wacker Neuson ups new, used skid steer, CTL warranties to 3-years, 3,000-hours
by Marcia Gruver Doyle
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