Tag: highway funding

Report: Nearly 80 percent of state, local infrastructure measures approved on Election Day

November 22, 2018By

Voters have reportedly approved 78 percent of nearly 1,700 transportation investment ballot measures since 2009.

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California’s Proposition 6 result a win for aggregate producers

November 12, 2018By

The construction materials industry in California got a major victory with the defeat of a bill that would have repealed a 2017 transportation law’s taxes and fees designated for road repairs and public transportation.

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P&Q Roundtable attendees are largely optimistic about the new tax law but they have serious questions about how it affects Congress’ ability to pass something meaningful on infrastructure. Photo: iStock.com/ Ron and Patty Thomas

What the Election Day results probably mean for the aggregate industry

November 12, 2018By

Now that the House is in the hands of Democrats and the Senate is in Republican control, can our Congress come to terms on major legislative issues like infrastructure?

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Martin Marietta’s preliminary view of 2019

November 9, 2018By

The company anticipates mid-single-digit growth in both aggregate pricing and shipments next year.

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An update on highway funding throughout the United States

May 7, 2018By

Industry professionals share the state of highway funding where they’re located.

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State funding measures, tax reform fuel optimism at Summit

February 15, 2018By

Tom Hill offers an outlook for the months ahead at Summit Materials, which released its fourth-quarter and 2017 year-end results.

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The six principles of Trump’s infrastructure plan

February 12, 2018By

President Trump unveiled his legislative goals Monday to rebuild the nation’s crumbling infrastructure with a six-point plan.

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AEM: Trump’s plan a ‘good starting point’ on infrastructure

February 12, 2018By

Equipment manufacturers welcome President Trump’s infrastructure plan, but one industry organization says it does not solve the nation’s underlying infrastructure issues.

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