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New ARTBA awards program to highlight good works
Construction firms intent on giving back to their communities may now be honored for their good works.
Better Roads – 9/19/2014

Highway users, road builders oppose bill to surrender federal highway authority
Transportation interests have written Congress to express opposition to the so-called "devolution" of the federal highway program and the proposed Transportation Empowerment Act.
Better Roads – 9/18/2014

Road building expansion in China's Jiangxi Province
A major programme of highway development is being seen in China's Jiangxi Province. The rate of highway construction is being increased and the authorities are aiming to boost the network to a total of 5,000km by the end of 2015 and 6,000km by the end of 2016.
World Highways – 9/18/2014

New expressway for Shenzhen city in China
Work is now being carried out on a new expressway around the Chinese city of Shenzhen.
World Highways – 9/18/2014

NSSGA, NAPA Call for 'Paving the Way to the Future'
The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA) and National Asphalt Paving Association (NAPA), along with the support of the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) and Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), joined forces at a Materials Group Fly-In on Capitol Hill.
Rock Products – 9/17/2014

States take different approaches to funding infrastructure needs
America has an infrastructure problem. The American Society of Civil Engineers graded the nation's bridges a C-plus, roads a D and transit a D.
The Times-Picayune – 9/15/2014

Infrastructure spending in Croatia to boost transportation
The Croatian Government is prioritising infrastructure spending in a bid to improve transport connections throughout the whole country.
World Highways – 9/15/2014

New Indian road projects under construction
The authorities in India have revealed that a series of major road projects are commencing.
World Highways – 9/15/2014

Poll: 79 percent supports tolling to pay for highways
Seventy-nine percent of U.S. residents would support increasing the use of tolls on the nation's roads to help for new transportation projects, according to a poll Thursday by an infrastructure group.
The Hill – 9/11/2014

ARTBA Elects Nick Ivanoff as Chairman
Nick Ivanoff, president & CEO of Ammann & Whitney, has been elected 2014-2015 chairman by the members of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).
Construction Equipment – 9/11/2014