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Thailand goes big on road projects
Thailand's government is planning to spend nearly US$25 billion in ten years from 2016 on overhauling Thailand's road and rail transport infrastructure.
World Highways – 10/10/2014

Transportation funding measure in Texas has lawmakers on edge
On Nov. 4, Texas residents will decide whether to approve a state constitutional amendment known as Proposition 1, which would effectively earmark monies derived from oil and gas production taxes for a transportation fund aimed at bolstering the state's cash-poor department of transportation.
Roads & Bridges – 10/9/2014

Key road opportunities are emerging in Russia
Stroytransgaz has won US$124.7 million contract to reconstruct 4.4km of the A-104 Moscow - Dmitrov - Dubna highway.
World Highways – 10/8/2014

World of Asphalt 2015 Earns International Buyer Program Select Status from U.S. Government
World of Asphalt 2015 has been selected to participate in the International Buyer Program (IBP) Select Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
forconstructionpros.com – 10/8/2014

Machinery is the Only Industry to Experience Declining Production in September
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector expanded in September for the 16th consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 64th consecutive month, said the nation's supply executives in the latest Manufacturing ISM Report On Business.
AED News – 10/7/2014

A strong GOP push in November could ignite plans for long-term highway bill
If the Republicans have a successful November, a long-term highway bill might not be far behind.
Roads & Bridges – 10/7/2014

Key toll road projects underway in Indonesia
Work is progressing on the second phase of a new tolled highway in Indonesia, with a consortium carrying out the construction of the connection between Kualanamu and Tebing Tinggi.
World Highways – 10/7/2014

New Romanian ring road project planned
In Romania plans are in hand for a new ring road around the city of Satu Mare. The 19.5km ring road will reduce congestion in the city, which lies in the north of the country.
World Highways – 10/6/2014

Indicators Show Marked Improvements in U.S. Economy
Several recent indicators have shown marked improvements in the U.S. economy and for manufacturing activity, particularly when compared to earlier in the year.
National Association of Manufacturers – 10/6/2014

Illinois senator wants highway earmarks to return
Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin wants Congress to start using a bad word again-earmarks.Speaking with the editorial board of Arlington Heights-based newspaper the Daily Herald, Durbin said the only way Congress will pass a long-term highway bill is to allow lawmakers to earmark projects.
Roads & Bridges – 10/2/2014