10/21/2018
  • 09/24/2018 AASHTO Directors Choose Jim Tymon for Executive Director
  • New AASHTO President Says Workforce and Funding Issues Top His Priority List
  • 09/23/2018 Two States Earn Top Awards in National Transportation Competition
  • 08/30/2018 America’s 12 Best Transportation Projects Now Competing for Two Final Prizes
  • 08/29/2018 Mid-America Transportation Projects Win Big in National Competition

ATLANTA –An innovative fix for a congestion-plagued interchange connecting people to some of Chicago’s most popular destinations and a bikeable and walkable greenway that connects neighborhoods in Atlanta’s north side are today being honored as the winners in the 2018 America’s Transportation Awards competition. The new $135 million interchange has improved a critical connecting point […]

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Public’s online vote will determine $10,000 winner WASHINGTON — After four regional competitions, this year’s top 12 transportation projects have made it to the final phase of the 11th annual America’s Transportation Awards competition and the chance to earn $10,000 for a scholarship or non-profit in their home states. In April, 35 state DOTs nominated […]

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HOUSTON –Eight outstanding transportation projects from six southeastern states were honored today in the third regional America’s Transportation Awards competition.  The projects were recognized for a host of achievements, including significantly reducing motor vehicle crashes through innovative roadway designs, creating new safer routes for bicycles and pedestrians, plus restoring access to communities after natural disasters. […]

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10 th Annual Contest Recognizes America’s Best Transportation Projects NORFOLK, VA – State department of transportation projects that swiftly addressed a spike in wrong-way driving fatalities and that used safety improvements to encourage pedestrian and bicycle travel were winners in the southern regional America’s Transportation Awards competition. Now in its 10th year, the competition attracted […]

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