A short guide to help state agencies collaborate in creating electric vehicle infrastructure has been published by a group of key national transportation, electric utility and energy groups.December 2, 2022
Details are emerging about seven new elements mandated under the White House’s infrastructure act that states must include in their comprehensive freight plans.May 13, 2022
A group representing state highways and transportation sent a 30-page document to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg seeking clarification and recommending actions to help implement the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.April 12, 2022
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials honored several individuals with awards for their outstanding service at the organization’s annual meeting.December 3, 2021
Long-term funding for highway programs, greater focus on severe-weather resilience and enhancing resources for electric vehicle charging infrastructure are policy priorities for the association that represents the country’s state transportation agencies.July 13, 2021
Opposition to the Federal Communications Commission’s ruling on the 5.9 GHz transportation spectrum band remains active as a pair of stakeholders are formally pushing back on the agency’s move.June 8, 2021
Kim Thurman, environmental director for the Mississippi Department of Transportation, has been recognized by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials for 25 years of service.March 22, 2021
Victoria Sheehan, president of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, said technology made an important difference in state transportation departments’ pandemic operations.
Transportation projects in four Midwestern states recently received awards from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.