Toll lane project approved for I-10 Freeway in San Bernardino County
News | July 17,2017

The 33-mile project would mark the first time that toll lanes would be implemented in the county

The Federal Transit Administration makes millions in grants available to improve transit bus service
News | July 14,2017

The administration is making $226.5 million available through the Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program

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News | July 13,2017

The ITS America Board of Directors is beginning an executive search to replace Hopper

Draft measures would bar states from setting self-driving vehicle rules
News | July 13,2017

Draft measures would bar states from setting self-driving vehicle rules

The subcommittee on transportation, housing and urban development advanced a bill that would decrease U.S. DOT funding by $646 million
News | July 12,2017

The subcommittee on transportation, housing and urban development advanced a bill that would decrease U.S. DOT funding by $646 million

Study indicates Buy America rules are taking toll on transit
News | July 11,2017

The research performed by the American Action Forum sees higher procurement costs

Report indicates Hudson rail tunnel could cost nearly $13 billion
News | July 07,2017

The new cost is a significant increase from the earlier $7.7 billion initially estimated to improve the major link from New York to New Jersey

Governor declares state of emergency for New York City subways
News | July 06,2017

After a recent derailment in Manhattan and countless delay and disruption complaints, Gov. Cuomo is pledging improvements for NYC subways

Federal Highway Administration approval to spur more red transit-only lanes in San Francisco
News | July 06,2017

The SFMTA could be adding red lanes to 50 more streets in the city

A bird’s-eye view of the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge, which will connect Maine to New Hampshire.
Feature | Brian W. Budzynski, Tim Bruns and Bill Wilson | July 05,2017

The next installment in our region report series turns to Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire

U.S. DOT leaves group overseeing Gateway Program
News | July 05,2017

The department announced in a letter Friday that it would withdraw from the Gateway Development Corporation overseeing the Hudson River Tunnel, Portal Bridge projects

Boston on cusp of algorithm-based light system management
News | July 03,2017

Program is presently in the design phase, study is being conducted

I-70 expansion in Colorado
News | June 28,2017

The $1.2 billion expansion project will widen 10 miles of the interstate

Gov. Abbott signed a bill that explicitly allows autonomous vehicles to operate on Texas roads without a driver inside
News | June 27,2017

Gov. Abbott signed a bill that explicitly allows autonomous vehicles to operate on Texas roads without a driver inside

connected-vehicle capabilities
News | June 27,2017

The workshops will cover National ITS Architecture

L.A. Metro Gold Line extension to Claremont to break ground in October
News | June 27,2017

The Metro board approved a $1.4 billion budget for the 11.5-mile extension

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News | June 26,2017

Hear the latest in the road and bridge industry

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) delayed enforcement of the crystalline silica standard for the construction industry to September in order to conduct additional outreach and provide educational materials and guidance for employers.
News | June 22,2017

The rule requires the use of engineering controls to prevent worker exposure to silica dust from concrete, stone and other materials

autonomous-vehicle (AV) technology
News | June 20,2017

The draft legislation also would bar federal regulators from requiring approval of self-driving technology before it is brought to the market

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