America’s rural transportation system is in need of repairs and modernization to support economic growth and improve traffic safety, but the US faces a $180 billion backlog in funding for needed repairs and improvements to the rural transportation system. This […]
When it Comes to Safe and Sustainable Infrastructure, Better Won’t Arrive Out of the Blue￼
By Mike Schmidt, Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) director of industry communications
If you are not trying to do something different, are you really doing anything at all?
It’s been almost eight years since the Georgia Legislature dedicated a stretch of highway in the southwestern […]
TRANSPORTATION ADVOCATES GATHER TO MARK TRIP’S 50 YEARS OF SERVING THE INDUSTRY
Transportation advocates gathered in the nation’s capital in May to celebrate the 50th anniversary of TRIP, a national transportation research nonprofit. Delayed by a year due to COVID-19, TRIP is celebrating five decades as the only national organization devoted exclusively to generating […]
Thirty-Two Industry Leaders Participate in ARTBA Foundation Leadership Development Program
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Foundation’s Industry Leader Development Program (ILDP) hosted 32 emerging leaders in the transportation design and construction industry in an intensive May 16-17 introduction to federal legislative and regulatory advocacy issues.
The annual event, […]
MICHIGAN’S DEFICIENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM COSTS THE AVERAGE MICHIGAN HOUSEHOLD $4,845 ANNUALLY ACCORDING TO NEW REPORT; FUTURE HOUSEHOLD COSTS AND THE CONDITION OF THE SYSTEM WILL DEPEND ON THE AMOUNT OF AVAILABLE TRANSPORTATION FUNDING ￼
The level of future investment in Michigan’s roads, highways and bridges will have a significant impact on the quality of life of the state’s residents and the state’s future economic growth and competitiveness. According to a new report released today by TRIP, a […]