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TRIP Releases Report on Funding America's Transportation System

Despite the increase in transportation funding provided by the passage of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) in November 2021, the nation's roads, bridges and transit systems remain significantly underfunded and will require increased investment for needed improvements and repairs....


S.C. Roads, Highways Are Still Bad, But DOT Reports Repairs Being Made

Despite increased funding to improve South Carolina's roads and bridges, the Upstate's traffic is still congested and, overall, the state's highways have remained deadly. But, in a report released Sept....


Report Reveals Six Million Cars Use Deficient Bridges in North Carolina Each Day

Motorists traversing the Tarheel State must contend with increasing traffic, particularly in the urban areas of the state, but also driving across thousands of bridges in moderate to dire need of repair....


Rural Roads, Bridges Have Significant Deficiencies, High Fatality Rates

America's rural transportation system is in need of repairs and modernization to support economic growth and improve traffic safety in the nation's Heartland, but the United States faces a $211 billion backlog in funding for needed repairs and improvements to the rural transportation system — this is according to a new report just released by TRIP, a national transportation research nonprofit....


Oklahoma City Businessman Kenneth K. Wert to Chair National Transportation Group in 2020

An Oklahoma construction executive has been elected 2020 chairman of the board of directors of TRIP, a national transportation research nonprofit based in Washington, D.C. Kenneth K. Wert, chairman of Haskell Lemon Construction Co....


TRIP Grades the State of New York's Infrastructure

Ten percent of bridges in New York State are rated in poor/structurally deficient condition, according to a new report released by TRIP, a Washington, D.C.-based national transportation research nonprofit....


Rural Transportation Report Reveals Improvement Areas

America's rural transportation system is in need of repairs and modernization to support economic growth in the nation's Heartland, which is a critical source of energy, food and fiber. With increases in population and growing employment, rural America is heavily reliant on the quality of its transportation system to sustain further growth....


Report Grades Half Michigan Roads 'Poor'

While increased transportation funding provided by Michigan's 2015 road funding package has allowed many projects to proceed throughout the state, additional investment is needed to complete numerous projects that would improve Michigan's road and bridge conditions, relieve traffic congestion, and enhance traffic safety and efficiency, according to a new report from TRIP, a national transportation research nonprofit based in Washington, DC....


Wisconsin Drivers Pay for Deteriorated Road Conditions

Drivers in Wisconsin are paying $6.8 billion per year in extra vehicle-operating costs as a result poor highway conditions and the impact those conditions have on vehicles and traffic, according to a new report, “Wisconsin Transportation by the Numbers: Meeting the State's Need for Safe, Smooth and Efficient Mobility,” released earlier by TRIP, a national transportation research group based in Washington, D.C....


TRIP Report: Condition of Calif. Roads Costs Drivers Billions

A recent report from Washington, D.C.-based national transportation research organization, TRIP, has found that deteriorated, congested, or unsafe roads and bridges in California cost state motorists $61 billion a year, nearly $3,000 per driver in some urban areas....


Today's Top Stories

  1. New $11B Infrastructure Bill in Massachusetts Includes Money for East-West Rail  →
  2. Coca-Cola Beverages Florida to Build Huge $250M Facility in Tampa  →
  3. Developer Set to Build NYC's First Geothermal Powered Hotel in Bushwick  →
  4. Case, Tidewater Equipment Company Roll Into Southern Alabama  →
  5. MDOT Rebuilds I-275 Near Detroit  →
  6. VIDEO: NYC Mayor Orders Cat Dozer to Flatten Illegal Motorcycles, ATVs  →
  7. Construction in Lake Charles, La., Expanding Old Casino into a First-Class Venue  →
  8. John Deere Chairman, CEO Named Keynote Speaker of CES 2023  →
  9. Officials Expect West Seattle Bridge to Reopen By Fall  →
  10. City Completes Emergency Contract to Stabilize Shore Road From West Drive to Bayview Avenue in Douglaston, Queens  →
  11. Savannah, Ga., Drivers to See I-16/I-95 Interchange Work for Another Year  →
  12. John Deere Announces Global Agreement With Wacker Neuson On 0-9-Metric-Ton Excavators  →
  13. Hitachi Construction Machinery Americas Inc. Welcomes Hills Machinery  →
  14. Five Excavator Technologies to Improve Your Bottom Line  →
  15. Alta Equipment Company Hosts Its Third Annual Golf Outing  →
  16. Sam Hall Announced as Vice President of Common Ground Alliance's Damage Prevention Institute  →
  17. ASV Restores North America's First Compact Track Loader  →
  18. Lane, Security Paving Perform $929M Job On I-10 in California  →
  19. ALDI Invests Big in Baldwin County — Crews Help Prep for New Region HQ  →
  20. Construction, Transportation Groups Push Back on Biden's Gas-Tax Proposal  →




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