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New road development planned for Siberia
The authorities have set out plans for significant investment in Siberia's roads.
World Highways – 8/27/2015

Five-year outlook for US construction industry looks brighter
According to a new report by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center (CIC), the US construction industry is set to pick up over the next five years.
World Highways – 8/27/2015

TCC launches radio campaign for highway funding
The Transportation Construction Coalition (TCC) launched a radio advertising campaign aimed at encouraging members of the House of Representatives to pass a multi-year highway and public transit investment bill.
Pit & Quarry – 8/26/2015

Milling Industry Stays a Step Ahead of OSHA
In 2003, an industry came together to find a way to control workers' exposure to respirable crystalline silica during asphalt pavement milling in highway construction.
forconstructionpros.com – 8/25/2015

California advances 12-cent gas tax hike proposal
California advanced a plan this week to increase the amount of money drivers in their state will have to pay at the pump to help pay for transportation projects as federal road funding dries up, The San Jose Mercury News reports.
The Hill – 8/21/2015

States Raising Taxes, Fees and Debt to Pay for Road Repairs
While Congress remains stalled on a long-term plan for funding highways, state lawmakers and governors aren't waiting around
AP – 8/17/2015

McConnell sells Senate highway bill in Kentucky
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is pushing for his long-term highway funding bill during the Congressional recess, even though it was ignored by the House.
The Hill – 8/14/2015

Saudi Arabia: four new roads between Jeddah and Makkah announced
Saudi Arabia has announced four projects connecting Jeddah and Makkah that will facilitate faster and smoother travel.
World Highways – 8/13/2015

US asphalt demand to reach 24.3 million tonnes in 2019
US demand for asphalt is forecast to increase 3.3% annually to 24.3 million tonness in 2019, the vast majority of which is refined petroleum asphalt, according to a new report.
World Highways – 8/13/2015

GOP senator, Foxx push for bipartisanship on highway funding
Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx are pushing for lawmakers to "work together" to pass a long-term highway bill when Congress returns to Washington in September.
The Hill – 8/12/2015