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 FREE Guide for Public Transportation Agencies
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FREE Guide for Public Transportation Agencies

The American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials boils down the... More

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Save the Date: Infrastructure Week is May 15-19

Get ready to for America's largest and most diverse effort to highlight the importance of public works. More

Damage to Oroville Dam's Concrete Spillway Raises Multiple Questions
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Damage to Oroville Dam's Concrete Spillway Raises Multiple Questions

Efforts are underway to find alternatives as new storms are coming into the... More

'Pavement Urinal' Offers Park Visitors an After-Hours Relief Option
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'Pavement Urinal' Offers Park Visitors an After-Hours Relief Option

There are toilets that rise from the ground and paint that discourages public... More

Court Rules in Favor of $150 Million Bridge Project
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Court Rules in Favor of $150 Million Bridge Project

An appeals court agrees with a lower court's decision favoring road builders over... More

Residents Concerned Dead Mice Contaminated Drinking Water
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Residents Concerned Dead Mice Contaminated Drinking Water

Hazardous waste was discovered when a school cleaned out a half-acre lot used to... More

From Sewage to Brewage
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From Sewage to Brewage

Local and national ‘competitions’ promote the concept that water is too valuable... More

Study Shows Drinking Water May Become A Luxury for 1/3 of Americans
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Study Shows Drinking Water May Become A Luxury for 1/3 of Americans

If rates represent 4.5% or more of a household’s income, customers must rearrange... More

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Potable Water Groups Unite to Support Water Providers

Old lead service lines connect an estimated 6 million homes and businesses to community drinking water mains. As residents of Flint, Mich., continue to filter tap water to remove toxins, industry groups are offering free resources and other support to help cash-strapped public utilities voluntarily find and replace lead pipes. More

Bed Bugs Love Baltimore. DC and Chicago are Popular, Too
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Bed Bugs Love Baltimore. DC and Chicago are Popular, Too

For six years, an international pest control company has ranked U.S. cities based... More

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