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The House of Representatives Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure held a hearing on May 15 to review and examine the federal response to the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse outside Baltimore that occurred on March 26, as well ...
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The $3.6 billion Brent Spence Bridge Corridor project recently gained environmental approval from the Federal Highway Administration; allowing Kentucky and Ohio to move forward with this critical joint transportation infrastructure venture. [Above image via the KYTC] Stretching from ...
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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials recently released the latest episode in its “State DOT 2-Minute Update” video series; this one featuring the Connecticut Department of Transportation. [Above photo by AASHTO] The ...
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The North Carolina Board of Transportation recently honored the crew of a state ferry for the January rescue of two hunters and their dog in danger of drowning at sea after their boat overturned. [Above ...
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NOCoE Committee Names New Chair, Vice Chair
May 17, 2024
The National Operations Center of Excellence or NOCoE Technical Advisory Committee recently named a new chair and vice chair, appointed by Scott Marler, director of the Iowa Department of Transportation, ...
AASHTO Seeks to Fill Full-Time Engineering Position
May 17, 2024
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, an equal opportunity employer, seeks to hire a Program Manager for Traffic Engineering and Maintenance; a full-time position located at its ...
Montana DOT’s Burke Wins AASHTOWare Prismatic Award
May 10, 2024
Patricia Walsh Burke (above) – a traffic safety engineering section supervisor for the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) – recently received the Prismatic Legacy Award for her work on behalf ...