Two Washington, DC, Transportation Officials Resign

April 18, 2014
Moves Come Amid Troubles for Area Transportation Agencies & Silver Line Project

Daily News Briefs

April 18, 2014
Virginia Eliminates E-ZPass Maintenance Fee; NY Cabbie Charged with Theft for Toll Avoidance; Indiana Officials Fighting Over Proposed Bridge; Elected Officials Call For Independent Investigation of Bay Bridge Rust

Daily News Briefs

April 17, 2014
Fed Official Agrees to Meet about Detroit River Crossing; Tolls on Capital Beltway HOT Lanes Hit New Peak; InDOT Finalizes Contract for I-69 Project; Washington State Bridge Toll Increase; Newspaper Says FL Governor Is Evasive about Toll Increases

Daily News Briefs

April 16, 2014
Newspaper Says ERC Profits Are Better Than Expected; DC Government Looks at HOT Lane Solution; Toll Collector Buyout Raises AET Conversion Costs; Anti-Toll Activist Knocks San Antonio Project; Political Conservative & Former Truck Company Exec Advocates for P3 & Tolling

Daily News Briefs

April 15, 2014
NY Toll Scofflaws Could Face Registration Suspensions; Newspaper Editorial Is Harshly Critical of Hampton Roads Tunnels; Proposed Dallas Toll Road Would Extend into Floodway; VA Lawmaker Attacks Dulles Toll Road Increases; Kansas Official Comments on Regional & National Interoperability

Daily News Briefs

April 13, 2014
Newspaper Sounds an Alarm about SF Bay Bridge Structure; Knik Arm Bridge Project Moves Forward; Kentucky Governor Vetos Bill with Anti-Tolling Provisions

NCDOT Chooses Cintra for I-77 HOT Lanes Project

April 13, 2014
On Friday afternoon (April 11), The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) announced that it has preliminarily chosen a consortium led by Cintra Infraestructures S.A, a subsidiary of...

3M Makes Scholarship Donations to Mark "National Work Zone Awareness Week"

April 11, 2014
As National Work Zone Awareness Week 2014 draws to a close, 3M Company is preparing to donate up to $20,000 to support scholarship programs of the he American Traffic Safety Services Foundation (ATSSF)...

Daily News Briefs

April 11, 2014
Officials Want Alternatives to Original FL54 Express Design; Fate of Dallas' I-345 Tied to Proposed Toll Road; Chisholm Trail Parkway Will Open May 11; MTA Hits E-ZPass Sales Milestone; Atkins Wins Major Colorado Contract; NJ Lawmakers Want Temporary Toll Cut; UN Advocates for Road Safety

Q&A with Sue Gander, National Governors Association Center for Best Practices

April 11, 2014
Sue Gander talks with TRN about the work of the National Governors Association (NGA) Center for Best Practices and trends in state transportation financing

Daily News Briefs

April 10, 2014
Ohio Gov Announces Toll-Funded Highway Improvements; Volume on New Texas Toll Road Looks Promising; Transurban Reports Quarterly Revenue Jump; Some Truckers Aren't Sold on Poole's Proposal; Bockelman Promoted to Deputy ED at Bay Area Transportation Commission

Daily News Briefs

April 9, 2014
Orange County, CA, Toll Project Shelved; Florida Toll Collection Scam; Lawmakers Attempt to Halt NOLA Toll Collection Program India's Highway Officials Are Exploring Financing Options; Newspaper Editors Say "No" to Alabama Toll Bridge Proposal