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Wisconsin approves $670 million worth of repairs
The Wisconsin Transportation Panel has approved three major highway repair projects that will total approximately $670 million.
Better Roads – 12/2/2014

The Lame Duck Home Stretch: Funding Federal Government, Extenders Top Agenda
The roller coaster ride on Capitol Hill continued last week. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.) and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) announced a deal on tax extenders package. But it was quickly derailed by an Obama administration veto threat.
AED News – 12/1/2014

Ontario to Benefit From Infrastructure Investments
BMO Economics recently noted the benefits of making investments in infrastructure, on the occasion of the release of the Government of Ontario's Fall Economic Statement.
AED News – 11/26/2014

Kentucky finalizes its long-term transportation aspirations
The Kentucky Department of Highways announced the finalization of its "Long-Range Transportation Plan: Planning to Make A Difference in America's Tomorrow: 2014-2035." The plan was conceived as a mode of assistance in planning for the future of the state's transportation system.
Roads & Bridges – 11/24/2014

Latest Trends in Trade Show Booth Design
See the latest trends, newest techniques and must-use technology in tradeshow booth design from Jay Burkette, Vice President of ExpoDisplays and 2014 President of The Exhibit Designers and Producers Association (EDPA).
AEM – 11/20/2014

Romania set to start Sebes-Turda motorway construction
Construction of the proposed Sebes-Turda motorway will start by the end of November, according to Eugen Cecan, director of Romania's Regional Administration for Roads and Bridges.
World Highways – 11/20/2014

Angola to build highway linking Quilemba and Eywa in Huila province
Angola will build a 26km ring road to connect the cities of Quilemba and Eywa in the southwestern province of Huila.
World Highways – 11/19/2014

Report shows federal dollars being devoted to existing infrastructure
According to a recent report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, in which federal highway funding allotments were analyzed, states utilized only, on average, 6% of the contract authority received from the federal government on new roads and bridges. The lion's share of funding was pumped into the existing infrastructure.
Roads & Bridges – 11/18/2014

JTD aims for six Jakarta toll roads to start in 2015
Jakarta Tollroad Development (JTD) has said it aims to start construction of the six Jakarta inner city toll roads in the middle of next year.
World Highways – 11/17/2014

Philippines expressway tender reopening
The Philippines Government plans to reopen the tender process for the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) project.
World Highways – 11/13/2014