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House Ways & Means Committee to hold long-term highway financing meeting
The House Ways and Means Committee are scheduled to hold a hearing titled, "Long-term financing of the Highway Trust Fund."
Roads & Bridges – 6/17/2015

Major investment in Australia's transport infrastructure
A joint venture featuring John Holland, Samsung C&T and Leighton Contractors (Leighton) has secured a deal to build and design Sydney's M4 East motorway.
World Highways – 6/16/2015

Caterpillar Paving to expand manufacturing in Minnesota
Caterpillar Paving Products is expanding its production facility in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, pledging a $3 million effort and the creation of 31 additional jobs.
Equipment World – 6/16/2015

New roads for Tanzania capital
The Tanzanian Government is planning to invest in transportation in capital Dar es Salam.
World Highways – 6/12/2015

Transport development for Mindanao in Philippines
A series of transportation projects are in hand for Mindanao in the Philippines.
World Highways – 6/12/2015

Fed Notes Economic Improvements in Most Recent Report
The Federal Reserve's Beige Book reported that the economy expanded modestly in its recent assessment.
National Association of Manufacturers – 6/10/2015

Interview: Jean-Claude Fayat
The Fayat Group is one of the big names in road building equipment, with manufacturing facilities and sales operations around the world.
International Construction – 6/10/2015

Funding found for Ethiopia road project
The World Bank is offering Ethiopia a loan worth US$370 million for the construction of a new expressway.
World Highways – 6/9/2015

MDOT targets major I-94 reconstruction in Detroit
It will take 20 years and nearly $3 billion dollars, but the reconstruction of a nearly seven mile stretch of Interstate 94 in downtown Detroit is slowly inching forward.
The Detroit News – 6/8/2015

Texas just showed up Congress on transportation funding
Texas Governor Greg Abbott approved three transportation-related bills on Tuesday, including one, which, pending voter approval, will add $2.5 billion to the state's highway fund, in order to keep Texas' roads in working order.
Business Insider – 6/8/2015