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October 13, 2011 - Industry News

Ohio Turnpike Tolls Expected to Rise Jan. 1

Despite concerted opposition from trucking concerns and a proposed rate freeze, truckers could be about 10% more to use the Ohio Turnpike come the New Year.

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October 10, 2011 - Industry News

Michigan Lawmakers Could Vote this Week on DRIC Bridge

Lobbying efforts by the owner of the Ambassador Bridge have stalled construction of a modern bridge downstream from the 82-year-old structure. Photo by Jim Park.

State lawmakers may finally vote sometime this week on the Detroit River International Crossing, the proposed government-owned bridge linking Windsor and Detroit that would take commercial traffic off the aging Ambassador Bridge

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October 10, 2011 - Industry News

U.S. DOT Revokes Ohio Turnpike Privatization Study Funding

The Obama administration has reversed an earlier decision to provide $1.5 million to Ohio to study the economic benefits of privatizing the Ohio Turnpike

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October 7, 2011 - Industry News

I-29 in Southwest Iowa to Reopen Saturday

The Iowa Department of Transportation plans to reopen Interstate 29 at 10 a.m. tomorrow, from the Missouri state line to U.S. 34 (exit 32) near Pacific Junction. Interstate 29 in southwest Iowa has been closed since June 15

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October 6, 2011 - Industry News

Detroit Windsor Bridge Plans Could Move Ahead Soon

There are high hope in Michigan that the proposal to build a new international bridge will take a step forward sometime this month

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October 3, 2011 - Industry News

Iowa DOT to Reopen I-29 in Southwest Iowa

The Iowa Department of Transportation plans to reopen Interstate 29 later this week from the Missouri state line to U.S. 34 (exit 32) near Pacific Junction. Portions of this section of the interstate have been closed since June 15

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October 3, 2011 - Industry News

Indiana, Kentucky Announce Plans For Sherman Minton Bridge Repairs

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels and Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear said the two states have agreed on a solution to repair the Sherman Minton Bridge following three weeks of inspection, testing and analysis

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September 29, 2011 - Industry News

Mississippi River Bridge Project to Impact I-70 Traffic in St. Louis in Early October

Work on a new Mississippi River Bridge will significantly impact traffic in the downtown St. Louis area in early October, transportation authorities announced. Various closures are scheduled for bridge demolition and construction work

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September 26, 2011 - Industry News

Maryland Improving I-70/I-81 Interchange

The Maryland State Highway Administration kicked off a $4 million project to improve safety at the I-70 (Dwight D. Eisenhower Highway) and I-81 (Maryland Veterans Memorial Highway) interchange in Hagerstown

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September 25, 2011 - Industry News

I-29 in Iowa Reopened Between Council Bluffs and Loveland

The Iowa Department of Transportation reopened Interstate 29 from milepost 55 in Council Bluffs to milepost 71 near Loveland (I-680 interchange) Friday evening. The 16-mile stretch of interstate has been closed since June 9 due to the Missouri River flooding

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September 23, 2011 - Industry News

Proposed Lincoln Legacy Act Would Turn Interstates Into Toll Roads

U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren, R-Ill., recently filed the House version of a bill offered earlier this summer by Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill. Both versions, S1300 and HR2971, that would covert interstate highways into toll roads

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September 23, 2011 - Industry News

Indiana's Sherman Minton Bridge Will Not Need Total Replacement

The Indiana Department of Transportation said a full replacement will not be needed for the closed Sherman Minton Bridge over the Ohio River

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September 22, 2011 - Industry News

Some Maryland Tolls to Double for Trucks

Maryland tolling officials approved a revised tolling plan this week after considering more than 4,000 comments received this summer; some truck tolls will double by July 2013

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September 21, 2011 - Industry News

ATRI, FHWA Name Chicago Intersection Most Congested

An aerial shot of top-ranked spaghetti junction in Chicago, obviously taken at a non-congested time.

The intersection of I-290 at I-90/I-94 in Chicago is the most congested freight-significant highway interchange in the country, according to the new annual report from the American Transportation Research Institute and the Federal Highway Administration

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September 19, 2011 - Industry News

Virginia Gets Preliminary Approval to Toll I-95

The Federal Highway Administration has granted the Virginia Department of Transportation preliminary approval for Gov. Bob McDonnell's plan to toll I-95 under the Interstate Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Pilot Program

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September 14, 2011 - Industry News

MoDOT Working to Get Flooded Routes Open

Missouri Department of Transportation has begun working to get flooded roads open as quickly as possible

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September 13, 2011 - Industry News

House Passes Short-Term Highway Funding Extension

The U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday easily passed a short-term extension of highway funding through March 31

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September 13, 2011 - Industry News

Iowa DOT Announces I-680 Flood Repair Plan

The Iowa Department of Transportation announced it will be undertaking a project to rebuild Interstate 680 in Pottawattamie County, which was severely damaged by the Missouri River flooding. The roadway has been closed since early June

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September 11, 2011 - Industry News

Structural Defects Prompt Closure of I-64 Bridge Between Indiana and Kentucky

The Sherman Minton Bridge carrying traffic over the Ohio River on I-64 is closed indefinitely.

A nearly 50-year-old bridge taking I-64 across the Ohio River between New Albany, Ind., and Louisville, Ky., has been closed after cracks were found in two support beams

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September 2, 2011 - Industry News

Pa. Turnpike Launches Hands-Free Traveler Alert App

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission launched a new iPhone and Droid application that reads audio alerts to travelers when there's a closure or delay in their way

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September 1, 2011 - Industry News

TRIP Details Danger of Deteriorating Rural Roads

A report by TRIP, a national non-profit transportations research group, found rural roads to be America's worst and most dangerous

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August 31, 2011 - Industry News

I-680 in Iowa Severely Damaged by Floodwaters; Repairs to Take Months

As floodwaters recede from highways in Iowa, epic damage has been revealed along some stretches of roadway. "I've never seen anything like it," said John Haas, director of Statewide Emergency Operations with the Iowa Department of Transportation. "I don't think any of engineers have either.

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August 31, 2011 - Industry News

Trucking Industry Backs Obama's Call for Speedy Solution to Highway Funding

President Obama talks about highway funding in the Rose Garden yesterday. (White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy.)

President Obama received support from the a wide range of trucking organizations following his call yesterday for Congress to pass an extension to the Surface Transportation Bill and Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization before the Sept. 30 expiration

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August 31, 2011 - Industry News

TX DOT Increases Speed Limit on Some Highways

New laws regulating speed limits on state highways in Texas are beginning to take effect. Some speed limits will increase as separate truck speed limits are dropped

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August 31, 2011 - Industry News

Obama Urges Congress to Extend Transportation Funding

President Obama urged Congress this morning to extend the federal highway bill, set to expire on September 30th, which he said would protect a million jobs

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