Tag: department of transportation

Headshot: Mary Peters

Former US transportation secretary joins Graniterock

April 9, 2018By

Mary Peters, secretary of transportation under President George W. Bush, was elected to the company’s board of directors.

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ARTBA: US transportation infrastructure market to rebound in 2018

December 1, 2017By

The U.S. transportation infrastructure market is anticipated to rebound slightly next year, following a 2.8 percent drop in 2017, reports ARTBA.

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Senate rejects Trump’s proposal to cut transportation funding

July 27, 2017By

A Senate panel rejected President Trump’s effort to eliminate Obama-era transportation grants, as opposed to providing a funding boost for the program.

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Report details interstate highway system’s deficiencies

June 28, 2016By

TRIP produced a report detailing how the aging U.S. interstate highway system will increasingly require more long-term, costly repairs.

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Why passage of a long-term highway bill is unlikely this year

September 16, 2015By

There goes the industry’s chance this year for a long-term highway bill. That was my reaction upon reading […]

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Report: Presidential veto a possibility for next highway patch

July 10, 2015By

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx indicated President Obama might veto a Highway Trust Fund patch if Congress passes one […]

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Multi-year transportation bill re-sent to Congress

March 31, 2015By

The Obama administration sent an update of the Grow America Act, a six-year, $478 billion highway bill, to […]

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Intriguing market opportunity

March 5, 2015By

Reclaimed asphalt pavement is gaining momentum in U.S. Unless you’ve been living under a rock – no pun […]

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