More stories about Roadways

  • How FHWA spends its money

    According to the General Accountability Office, most Federal Highway Administration funding goes toward improving roads and bridges (64%). That doesn't leave a lot for the many activities required to plan and build safe roadways, particularly if they're also going to be used by bicyclists and...

  • 245 hp XL 4100 IV excavator from Gradall

    The only U.S.-made hydraulic excavator doesn’t require an extra truck and a lowboy trailer to move from jobsite to jobsite

  • Color Pavement Marking

    Color-Safe is an MMA based resin system used for area markings and anti-skid surfacing on either asphalt or concrete surfaces.

  • Nov. 20 webinar: basics of asphalt mix design

    Earn 2 professional development hours (PDHs) by completing a post-webinar test.

  • Calculate proper pavement thickness with free online tool

    PaveXpress recalibrates AASHTO design guidelines so engineers don’t specify asphalt pavement that’s thicker than it needs to be.

  • Building a memory that lasts

    Parks department overhauls one of the nation’s largest war memorials.

  • Greenroads awards first non-U.S. project

    A $1.26 billion project that’s part of the Asia-Pacific Gateway Program is the first outside the U.S. to achieve Greenroads certification.

  • America: one big pothole

    A former U.S. transportation secretary and congressman took Washington to task for not spending money on the nation’s infrastructure. “Without infrastructure, America would not be the great country that it is,” said Ray LaHood.

  • Spray injection pothole patcher

    DuraPatcher Trailer mounted machine, high performance and simple to use.

  • No environmental permitting necessary!

    The most recent highway bill directed U.S. DOT to list projects that don’t require full National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review. These new categorical exclusions (CEs)  offer excellent partnering opportunities for highway and rail projects.