Shoshana Lew CDOT's executive director know what people want. First, "people want us to take care of the basics. We heard that keeping the system in good repair is critical. They want to make sure that when you cross the border into Colorado, you don't see a degradation of quality on our side versus our… Continue reading CDOT Director on What Drivers Want and What Makes Them Mad
Roads & Bridges' Top 10 Roads awards, created in 2000, recognize the top projects in North America. Each year, nominations are submitted to the R&B editorial staff, which determines the Top 10 list based on project challenges, impact to region and scope of work. Click here to learn about the Top 10 road projects for… Continue reading Roads & Bridges’ Top 10 Roads award
Kris Strickler is being promoted to run the Oregon Transportation Department. He has billions to spend and thousands of employees to manage while addressing outside critics. Click here for the article By Claire Withycombe - Oregon Capital Bureau (9/23/19). Note, you may need an account to access story.
Utahns recognize that the state per-gallon gasoline tax doesn’t pay for all the road needs and that sales tax is diverted to roads, but they don’t like the idea of raising the gas tax, and they really don’t like the idea of charging tolls on some major roads, a new Analytics survey finds. But like… Continue reading How should your state fund road needs?
CalAPA member Sully-Miller brought in to make temporary post-quake repairs permanent on desert highway Asphalt's ability to get transportation facilities up and running quickly following a major disaster received worldwide attention earlier this month as the largest quakes in 20 years struck Southern California. The remote location in the sparsely populated desert about 125 miles… Continue reading CalAPA member Sully-Miller makes temporary post-quake repairs permanent
The Guam Environmental Protection Agency (GEPA) is working with engineering firm CH2M Hill/Jacobs Engineering to boost the island’s sustainability by greening its infrastructure. In particular, The Guam Daily Post reports, the agency is looking to promote the use of recyclable materials in road construction. Although the report doesn’t include many details. However, given that asphalt… Continue reading Guam Looks to Green Infrastructure
We had posted an article about the use of oscillatory rollers for HMA on bridge decks (click here to go to that article). The backstory to this Aurora Bridge article is that the paving contractor (Lakeside Industries) is getting great compaction results using three (3) oscillatory rollers. Click here to learn about another summer, another… Continue reading Weekend-long lane reductions coming to Aurora Bridge