- Concrete Manufacturer Sues NY Thruway over a 2018 Procurement
- NET RMA Launches Motorist Assistance and Roadside Maintenance Service
- These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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Concrete Manufacturer Sues NY Thruway over a 2018 Procurement
Times Union reports, a Binghamton, New York, concrete manufacturer filed a state court lawsuit on Friday, November 22, alleging that the New York Thruway Authority violated competitive bidding requirements by issuing specifications for two 2018 toll plaza projects that designated a particular company as the concrete supplier. The plaintiff also claims that the authority is retaliating against it for raising questions about the 2018 contracts. According to the article, an authority spokesperson called the lawsuit “meritless,” although he acknowledged that the state inspector general is reviewing the 2018 bidding process for compliance with state requirements.Issues of Law New York New York State Thruway Authority
NET RMA Launches Motorist Assistance and Roadside Maintenance Service
KYTX reports, the Northeast Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NET RMA) has launched its “Roadside Rangers” program to enhance driving safety and assist stranded motorists on Toll 49. According to the article, a “three-person team will operate seven days a week to assist drivers in need [at no charge]. The ‘Roadside Rangers’ will also resolve roadway maintenance issues such as clearing debris and repairing guard rails, signs and pot holes.”
KETK also reports on the new program.Customer Service Experience Highway and Bridge Maintenance Highway and Bridge Safety North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority (NET RMA) Texas
These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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