Government, Safety

FHWA Issues $871 Million in Emergency Relief Infrastructure Repair Funds

Smashed poles and snarled power lines brought down by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico Smashed poles and snarled power lines brought down by Hurricane Maria in Humacao, Puerto Rico, in September 2017. (Carlos Giusti/Associated Press)

The Federal Highway Administration has earmarked $871 million in emergency relief funds to help dozens of states and tribal government agencies rebuild infrastructure mangled by natural disasters.

Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
September 10, 2019
Business

Business Continuity Plans Needed for Fleets to Avoid Permanent Shutdown, Experts Say

Disasters, both man-made and natural, come in all shapes and sizes, but regardless of the source, the only way to minimize disruptions to business is to have a comprehensive disaster-recovery plan in place, fleet managers and industry experts said.

April 21, 2014