More stories about Roadways

  • Saved! At least through May 31, 2015

    The Highway Trust Fund’s not going broke after all, thanks to a grudging, 11th-hour save by Congress. But pensions are being raided to make it happen.

  • Nondestructive pavement assessment

    Ground penetrating radar (GPR) reveals deterioration, cracking, delamination, corrosion and other factors that may otherwise remain undetected.

  • New website for asphalt group

    DriveAsphalt.org provides centralized access to pavement design tools, research on long-life pavements, and more.

  • APWA Top 10 Leader Daniel Woldesenbet talks technology

    American Public Works Association's 2014 Top 10 Leaders share their favorite on-the-job technologies: Daniel Woldesenbet, Oakland, Calif.

  • The spoils of soil recovery

    A soil recycling program launched by one public works department is spreading to others, moving the city slowly but surely toward landfilling 80% less waste by 2020.

  • Transparent barriers mitigate highway noise

    The Texas DOT solves two public relations problems with one product.

  • Highway Trust Fund Crisis

    Fifty-three years ago, President John F. Kennedy saw a threat to the nation's future economic growth and security and grabbed the reins of leadership.

  • Pothole art

    A Chicago artist repairs potholes with mosaic masterpieces.

  • Stripes miles of roads

    When coupled with the LazyLiner Elite ride-on driver, the PowrLiner 8950 provides ergonomic high productivity on major projects.

  • Road-hugging snow plow blade

    Install patented Live Edge trip cutting edge on any model snow plow to help the blade contour to the road surface.