Truckers passing more than 4 miles of U.S. Route 301 near Jacksonville, Fla., are playing a key role in the first high-tech concrete experiment in the southeastern United States.April 5, 2023
New Mexico’s governor is being asked to pocket veto legislation that would force freight truckers hauling trailers to drive in the right lane on interstates in most circumstances or be fined.February 28, 2022
A group of senators said it reached a bipartisan agreement on highway funding a day after Republicans rejected the Biden administration’s trimmed-down $1.7 trillion infrastructure proposal.
Here’s the latest sign of the great U.S. gasoline comeback: For the first time since the pandemic started, driving on the nation’s highways is higher than at the same time in 2019.
Nebraska Department of Transportation officials announced they have secured a construction schedule for a major beltway project with the help of financial support from local representatives.
Tim Sylvester, CEO of Kansas City, Mo.-based Integrated Roadways, thinks his startup company’s “smart pavement” — bristling with sensors and the latest fiber-optic and wireless technology — could be a lifesaver in mishaps.
Drivers in 14 state highway corridors in Maryland will see their travel times cut over the next year as a result of a $50 million upgrade to traffic signals, Gov. Larry Hogan said Oct. 25.
Guardrail maker Trinity Industries Inc. won’t have to pay a $663 million judgment that was awarded in a whistle-blower lawsuit alleging the company defrauded the U.S. government with a faulty highway guardrail safety system.
High above the Balfour interchange on State Route 4 in Brentwood, Calif., a drone buzzes, its sensors keeping a close watch on the volumes of earth being moved to make way for a new highway bypass.