New Report Evaluates Funding Needs And Condition Of Kansas’ Roads And Bridges

A new report that evaluates the current condition, use and funding of Kansas’ highway transportation system will be released at a news conference in Topeka at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, September 28.
Kansas faces a significant transportation funding gap over the next 10 years, which will not only impede efforts to improve roads and other infrastructure, but will also limit the potential for economic recovery. A comprehensive state transportation program funds improvements to roads, bridges and traffic safety. It also offers significant state revenue increases, job creation and other revenue that is vital to the economic recovery in the state. The report, “Moving Kansas Forward: The Condition and Funding of Kansas’ Roads, Highways & Bridges,” details unfunded highway projects that improve safety and infrastructure including the I-35/I-435/K- 10 interchange in Kansas City and the I-235/Kellogg/Central interchange complex in Wichita.

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Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell & Federal Highway Administrator Victor Mendez to Speak

The economic recession has challenged lawmakers from Sacramento to Austin and Tallahassee to Albany—and in city and county halls around the country—to find innovative ways to fund vital transportation infrastructure projects. As Congress continues work on the next multi-year surface transportation authorization bill, industry leaders and government officials must address many questions, including: what is the future of public-private ventures (PPV), what is their value in an era of tight budgets, and how can project owners use public-private partnership (P3) programs to deliver value for transit, highway, rail and freight system users?

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ICUEE 2009 advance registration extended to September 25

Prepare for the upturn with latest technologies and strategies for utility/construction; industry professionals getting around at the show – use new ICUEE Smartphone application…

ICUEE 2009-advance registration has been extended to September 25, 2009 so more attendees can take advantage of lower pre-show entrance fees and save time onsite. Go online for details and to register –

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ICUEE Update

ICUEE, scheduled for October 6 – 8 at the Louisville Fair and Exposition center is drawing close. The show sponsors have recently sent the following show update information:

ICUEE 2009 Update: New safety demos, New “smart grid” education speakers

As ICUEE 2009 nears its October 6 opening, the utility and construction exposition continues to add features to increase the value for show participants:

New safety demos will complement the classroom education sessions: Live Line Demo, Pole Top/Fall Protection Demo, and Confined Space Demo.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Smart Grid Task Force Director will be the lead speaker during a special session on emerging smart-grid technology.

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