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Contracts awarded for major Oklahoma City road projects
Work to complete improvements to Oklahoma City Boulevard in the city’s downtown area and the SH-74 corridor in northwest ...
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 & ...
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 ...
Texas firm wins $36 million contract to replace historic Okla. bridge
Webber LLC of Woodlands, Texas, has won a $36 million contract to replace the historic James C. Nance Bridge ...
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Brown Transportation turns to Kenworth T880 trucks for hauling
Kenworth reports that one of its customers, Wayne Brown of Brown Transportation, started driving an aggregate hauler for his ...
NMSU receives 5-year grant from U.S. DOT to establish regional transportation research center
New Mexico State University received a five-year grant and nearly $2.5 million for the 2017 fiscal year from the ...
Oklahoma DOT started bridge inspections within minutes of recent 5.0 quake
Oklahoma Department of Transportation crews began bridge inspections within 15 minutes of a recent earthquake, according to a report ...
Oklahoma DOT continues efforts to reduce number of obsolete bridges
Continuing efforts to reduce the number of obsolete bridges in the state, the Oklahoma Transportation Commission approved the Department ...
Oklahoma DOT inspects 180 bridges following strongest earthquake ever recorded in the state
After the magnitude 5.8 earthquake rattled much of Oklahoma on September 3, 2016, the state's Department of Transportation (ODOT) shifted into high gear ...
Obama issues federal climate change guidance opponents fear will add delays to road, bridge projects
Earlier this week, the Obama administration issued the final emissions and climate change guidance that broadens the National Environmental Policy Act ...
FHWA and 6 states collaborate on pollinator habitat for Monarch butterflies
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and DOTs in Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas have agreed to improve ...
VIDEO: Oklahoma DOT implodes U.S. 169 bridge over Bird Creek as part of a major construction project
On May 29, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) closed U.S. 169 to implode the last section of an ...
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Komatsu intros PC238USLC-11 excavator with better performance, new ‘birds-eye’ camera system
VIDEO: Operator rights drowning excavator, averts disaster
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
22 tons tip over on a tiny jack
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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
by Staff Report
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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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