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Tag: Federal Highway Administration

According to NAPA, 82 million tons of RAP, along with 1.05 million tons of RAS, were used in 389.3 million tons of new asphalt pavement mixes in the U.S. in 2018. Photo by Kevin Yanik

NAPA: RAP is America’s most recycled product

September 29, 2020By

Ninety-seven million tons of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) were reclaimed in 2019, according to the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA).

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ARTBA report: Bridge repair pace slowing, deficiencies worsening

April 23, 2019By

More than 47,000 of the nation’s bridges are now classified as structurally deficient and in poor condition.

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Federal Highway Administration awards grants to seven states

September 6, 2016By

Several million dollars in grants were awarded to seven states to test ways to fund infrastructure projects.

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PCA: Highway bill to drive more cement consumption

December 16, 2015By

The Fixing America‚Äôs Surface Transportation (FAST) Act will drive a rise in cement consumption, according to the Portland […]

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Metric provides another reason for long-term funding solution

July 2, 2015By

A Federal Highway Administration report (FHWA) provides new leverage for the passage of a long-term highway bill. In […]

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‘Pothole Robin Hood’

July 24, 2013By

The infrastructure of the United States is deteriorating, and there are signs that the public is beginning to […]

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Six states to benefit from DOT emergency relief funds

June 24, 2013By

The U.S. Department of Transportation is providing $11.5 million in emergency relief funds from the Federal Highway Administration […]

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