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  • Is the Aluminum Body Pickup Really New or Unique?

    Not really. Ford and GM just did something that another American automaker did in 1914. Yes: 1914. Our guest blogger explains.

  • Designing Pervious Concrete Pavement

    Is this the year your team's going to plunge into pervious? Before you do, read this article and this one to see what concrete producers are doing to ensure public projects perform over the long haul.

  • Feds, Local Officials Prepare for Mississippi River Threat

    Bad weather during the holidays killed at least 30 people in the Midwest. As floodwaters move south, the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers is working with local officials to minimize potential damage down to the Gulf Coast.

  • TIMELINE: A Brief History of Flint, Mich., Water Crisis

    We apologize to anyone who had difficulty opening last week's article on this topic. That particular news piece began in the middle of the story, so we're sharing this webpage that explains what happened when the state dictated how a struggling city obtained drinking water.

  • FAST Act Largely Positive for P3s

    Here's a good analysis of the just-enacted federal surface transportation act. While the problems with fully funding the Highway Trust Fund weren't resolved, the bill looks favorably at public-private partnerships and is moving toward allowing states to toll travelers on existing interstate...

  • Street Smart Service by McNeilus

    McNeilus Truck & Manufacturing, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company, has introduced a comprehensive refurbishment program for your Curotto-Can branded automated carry cans through Street Smart Service that is designed to extend the lifespan of your refuse product.

  • Eight Water Sector Groups Unite for Water Reuse Investment

    The WaterReuse Association has joined with other groups to in urging funds from the Bureau of Reclamation

  • Flex Supply Brings “The Best Units in the Field” To Texas Customers for Portable Traffic Signals

    Peter Vieveen, President and founder of North America Traffic Inc. (NAT), has announced the appointment of Flex Supply LLC as authorized sales and service distributor for the NAT line of portable traffic signals and automated flagger assistance devices.

  • CDOT and HERE Announce RoadX

    CDOT and HERE come together to create the first of its kind connected vehicle project in North America

  • Ga. County Renews $60 Million Sewer Contract

    Fulton County's public-private partnership with Veolia North America has won awards for treatment plant design and NPDES compliance. The county owns all wastewater assets; Veolia operates and maintains them.