Bolivian Government to invest US$129.3mn in Moxos-Trinidad road
A project to improve Bolivia's existing 77.8km road between San Ignacio de Moxos and Trinidad will cost US$129.3 million, the government has announced.
World Highways – 11/8/2013
MoDOT unveils 20-year transportation plan
Missourians desire more from their transportation system, but due to funding constraints the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) will be hard-pressed to deliver what they want.
Roads & Bridges – 11/8/2013
Md. DOT OKd to seek private partner for Purple Line
The Maryland Department of Transportation has received approval to seek a private partner to build a $2.2 billion light-rail transit line in the Washington, D.C., suburbs, the Washington Post reported.
Roads & Bridges – 11/7/2013
ARTBA recognizes three state agencies for innovative programs
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association Transportation Development Foundation's (ARTBA-TDF) recognized three statewide programs as models of innovation at its ARTBA Young Executive Leadership Council in San Jose, California, this week.
Better Roads – 11/1/2013
Integer Research and Diesel Progress Announce Partnership
Integer Research and Diesel Progress have announced a strategic partnership to combine market intelligence of the global diesel engine industry and to provide an extensive knowledge hub for engine and equipment designers and manufacturers.
Diesel Progress – 11/1/2013
Elgin-O'Hare Expressway Breaks Ground in Illinois
The historic ground-breaking of the long-awaited Elgin-O'Hare Western Access project took place at the intersection of Thorndale Avenue & Park Boulevard.
forconstructionpros.com – 10/30/2013
10 Questions to Ask When Preparing for a Trade Show
For any small business, trade shows can provide an effective means of spreading brand awareness, getting your product out in front of a target audience and meeting with current or potential clients. But there's much more to it than reserving your space and signing on the dotted line.
Entrepreneur – 10/28/2013
Caterpillar Cuts Forecast After Sales Fall
Caterpillar Inc. (CAT), the biggest maker of construction and mining equipment, cut its 2013 sales and profit forecast and said revenue will be little changed next year after a slump in orders from commodity producers.
Bloomberg – 10/23/2013
Moscow region's governor seeks assistance with highway project
Moscow region governor Andrey Vorobyev has sent a letter to the Minister of Transport Maxim Sokolov asking for assistance with expansion of the Starosheremetyevskoye highway.
World Highways – 10/21/2013
Lip service won't fix crumbling infrastructure
Although the recent deal to end the shutdown and restore our borrowing authority bought a few months to solve the latest fiscal crisis, it reflects a larger problem in Congress. There is an unwillingness among some to put politics aside, so we can have an honest conversation about the resources required to meet the country's significant challenges ahead. And fixing the nation's crumbling transportation system is one of our biggest challenges.
The Hill – 10/21/2013