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I-40 paving in Ariz.

| August 02, 2013

The Arizona DOT will begin a project Aug. 6 to repave a 16-mile segment of Interstate 40 between Williams and Ash Fork. The project will include new pavement, guardrail replacement, pavement markings and some bridge ...

S.C. governor signs highway funding bill

| July 03, 2013

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has signed into law a measure that earmarks an annual $91.4 million for transportation.

N.C. governor signs anti-tolling bill

| July 02, 2013

North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed last week a bill into law that will prohibit the state from tolling existing Interstate lanes.

Collapsed I-5 bridge reopens with temporary replacement span

| June 19, 2013

The Interstate 5 bridge spanning the Skagit River near Mount Vernon, Wash., has reopened with a reduced speed limit of 40 miles per hour. The bridge reopened this morning, the Washington Department of Transportation announced.

Report on I-5 bridge collapse says trucker ‘felt crowded’

| June 12, 2013

An NTSB report written from preliminary accounts of the collision that caused the bridge collapse on Interstate 5 near Mount Vernon, Wash., says that the top of an oversize load collided with an overhead portal ...

Americans prefer good roads to iPhones, electricity, Internet and sewage?

| June 10, 2013

What's really more important in the lives of Americans — cable, cell phone, Internet, water, sewage or electricity? The surprising answer: Well-maintained transportation infrastructure.

WDOT: Collapsed I-5 bridge replacement bridge could open within weeks

| May 29, 2013

A span of replacement bridge will soon be in place to allow the Interstate 5 bridge that suffered partial collapse last week in Washington to reopen, while the state works on a permanent repair.

Detours for I-5 bridge collapse in Washington

| May 24, 2013

A large part of an Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River near Mount Vernon, Wash., collapsed Thursday evening after an oversize truck hit an overhead span of the bridge.

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