McAuliffe announces USDOT approval of federal loan for I-66 public-private partnership

Augusta Free News » Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that the United States Department of Transportation issued its approval to provide a $1.2 billion Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loan for the I-66 Outside the Beltway public-private partnership transportation project.

2017-10-20T14:27:02+00:00 October 19th, 2017|Federal Programs, Highways, Public-Private Partnerships, Tolling, Virginia|

Calif. uses ABC for first time to replace bridge destroyed in landslide

Equipment World’s Better Roads » A 49-year-old concrete bridge in the Big Sur community of California that collapsed from a landslide has been replaced after eight months, the state’s department of transportation reports. Caltrans used accelerate bridge construction for the first time to build the new State Route 1 Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge.

2017-10-18T13:31:45+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Bridges, California, Highways|

Ticket to Ride: Cuomo’s 6 biggest transportation projects – and how much further they need to go

City & State New York » Here are the six most important infrastructure investments in New York this year, including the Tappan Zee Bridge project ($3.98 billion), the Gateway Tunnel project ($13 billion) and the Interstate 81 viaduct project in Syracuse ($1.7 billion).

2017-10-18T14:21:26+00:00 October 16th, 2017|Airports, Bridges, Highways, New York, Tappan Zee Bridge Replacement, Tolling|

Even lizards can’t stop South Mountain Freeway, ADOT says

Awatukee Foothills News »  Some endangered lizards living around Pecos Road apparently won’t have to wait for a federal appeals court ruling on efforts to stop the South Mountain Freeway. The Arizona Department of Transportation hunted down chuckwallas and gave them new homes.

2017-10-18T13:35:42+00:00 October 16th, 2017|Arizona, Highways|

Get ready to drive on the ‘wrong side’ of the road with new Diverging Diamond traffic patterns

Sun Sentinel » A new traffic pattern requiring you to drive on the “wrong side” of the road for safety will soon debut in South Florida.

2017-10-18T14:40:13+00:00 October 16th, 2017|Florida, Georgia, Highways, Missouri, Ohio|
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