Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores was awarded $4.8 million in federal funding to build electric vehicle charging stations at eight locations, the company announced Sept. 13.September 18, 2023
Up to $100 million in government grants is available for states and local governments to repair and replace broken electric vehicle charging infrastructure.September 13, 2023
A plan to charge motorists driving into midtown Manhattan in New York City was challenged by neighboring New Jersey, which seeks to block the proposal as unfair to commuters.
The head of the Federal Highway Administration said the vital role truckers play at ports is at the center of a $400 million grant program to help reduce emissions.April 27, 2023
State and local government levels are encouraged to apply for federal grants from a $848 million project to make roads, bridges and ports more resilient to extreme weather.April 25, 2023
The Federal Highway Administration promoted chief counsel Andrew Rogers on Feb. 27 to deputy administrator.February 27, 2023
To help accelerate construction of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, the Federal Highway Administration has extended until July 2024 a waiver of Buy America requirements for steel, iron, manufactured products and construction materials used to build electric vehicle chargers.
The Federal Highway Administration soon will open fiscal 2022-2023 grant applications for its new Reduction of Truck Emissions at Port Facilities program, according to a Feb. 8 announcement by the Department of Transportation.February 9, 2023
Shailen Bhatt was confirmed as the 21st administrator of the Federal Highway Administration by the U.S. Senate, the Department of Transportation announced Dec. 8.
The highway policy committee in the Senate on Nov. 29 easily approved the nomination of Shailen Bhatt to manage the Federal Highway Administration.November 29, 2022