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Biden Infrastructure Plan Calls For $300B For EVs, Roads, Bridges
Trump Pitches Infrastructure in State of Union, But No New Details
Nonpartisan Group Gives Feedback on Infrastructure Reform

Nonpartisan Group Gives Feedback on Infrastructure Reform

In a detailed report, the Committee for Economic Development of the Conference Board made recommendations for improving America’s roads and bridges, including private investment, user fees, technology and more.

May 31, 2017

Georgia DOT Plans to Reopen I-85 by June 15

Georgia DOT Plans to Reopen I-85 by June 15

Georgia’s Department of Transportation is aiming to complete rebuilding of the stretch of I-85 that collapsed last week — slicing one of the main arteries through metropolitan Atlanta — by June 15, which would be roughly 10 weeks since the collapse.

April 5, 2017

U.S. Senate Begins Work on Highway Bill

U.S. Senate Begins Work on Highway Bill

The U.S. Senate's Environment and Public Works Committee has launched its effort to draft a new highway bill with vows to work out political differences in order to restore the health of the nation’s infrastructure.

January 28, 2015

Nevada Working on Freight Transportation Plan

The Nevada Department of Transportation has announced it will put together a plan for making enhancements to the state’s transportation system when it comes to moving freight.

January 27, 2015

Missouri Bridges May See Truck Restrictions, Closures Due to Funding Problems
Thanksgiving Traffic Forecast: Longer Delays on Wednesday Afternoon
Thanksgiving Travel Expected to be Highest Since 2007

Thanksgiving Travel Expected to be Highest Since 2007

More than 46 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, with most of them taking to the highways, according to a forecast from AAA Travel.

November 24, 2014

Indiana Toll Road Operator Files for Bankruptcy

Indiana Toll Road Operator Files for Bankruptcy

The private operator of the Indiana Toll Road has filed for bankruptcy reorganization, following a deal several years ago in which a consortium of Spanish and Australian investors leased the route from the state of Indiana.

September 22, 2014

Study Labels Some Highway Projects a ‘Boondoggle’

Study Labels Some Highway Projects a ‘Boondoggle’

The U.S. Public Interest Research Group’s "Highway Boondoggles: Wasted Money and America’s Transportation Future," explains how 11 projects, costing at least $13 billion, are based on what it says are driving forecasts that are out of synch with the decade-long trend toward less driving.

September 19, 2014

Study: More Money Doesn’t Equal Better Highways

Study: More Money Doesn’t Equal Better Highways

More money is going to state highways, but there has been very little progress in improving their condition, according to a new report from the libertarian think tank the Reason Foundation and its 21st Annual Highway Report.

September 18, 2014

Section of I-15 Partially Reopens to Commercial Traffic
Carrier, Shipper Interests Push Federal Freight Policy

Carrier, Shipper Interests Push Federal Freight Policy

Freight interests are staking ground for the next highway program, asserting the need for sustainable funding, systematic planning and improved efficiency. The Freight Stakeholders Coalition, representing 18 carrier and shipper organizations including American Trucking Associations, published a 9-point platform for the upcoming debate over reauthorization of the program.

September 9, 2014

U.S. Driving Level Highest in Six Years

U.S. Driving Level Highest in Six Years

New estimates released by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration show that American driving between July 2013 and June 2014 is at levels not seen since 2008.

September 2, 2014