July 31, 2014
House votes to disapprove of Senate version of the highway bill, due to $2 billion technical error. Bill heads back to Senate with recess looming.
May 19, 2014
Contractors looking to get a jump on hotel registration for National Pavement Expo, Jan. 28-31, 2015, Nashville, TN, can reserve hotel rooms now through the Hotel/Travel link at www.nationalpavementexpo.com .
NPE will be moving to the new Nashville...
March 24, 2014
Twelve projects will use GPS tracking on compactors that measure mat stiffness and temperature to evaluate compaction effort on the roll
December 12, 2013
Law that had required motorists to slow down and move over only for police and other emergency vehicles applied to construction and maintenance vehicles parked on the roadside
May 26, 2011
DuraTherm and StreetPrint XD (TrafficPatternsXD) brands will be added to Flint's line of preformed thermoplastic pavement makers
March 22, 2011
Salina, KS – Bergkamp Inc. is introducing its new Mobile Stockpile, a fully mobile material transfer and storage trailer that dramatically increases paving time, reduces costs, simplifies job management and eliminates overweight truck citation risks...
September 6, 2012
The Texas DOT is claiming outsourcing some routine highway maintenance could save up to $120 million over five years, but an earlier attempt at outsourcing returned disappointing results
June 6, 2012
Cash-strapped agency has abandoned many costly construction projects in favor of pavement preservation work
March 9, 2012
The U.S. Senate will consider giving states more control over spending of federal gasoline-tax revenue for transportation projects when debate on highway- funding legislation resumes next week.
February 10, 2012
In a test of whether the full chamber would support infrastructure legislation in a politically charged election-year climate, the Senate voted to allow the bill to proceed to debate next week.
February 8, 2012
As Washington struggles to find ways to pay for highway and road repairs, the Senate is considering relying on a wide array of revenue sources that go far beyond the traditional gas tax.
February 1, 2012
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says President Obama has been right to call for increased funding for transportation projects.