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|June 28, 2022||Public Works Projects Face Rising Costs, Higher Bids||
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act or IIJA, dubbed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has provided...Read more
|June 22, 2022||$12.5b Federal Investment To Repair Nation’s Bridges||
The US Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has announced its new ...Read more
|June 16, 2022||US Officials Investigate for Fraud in $1.2t Infrastructure Spending||
With great power comes great responsibility, especially when money is involved.
Last November, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). It allocated $1.2 trillion to re ...Read more
|June 8, 2022||Could Inflation Limit Benefits of New Infrastructure Spending?||
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) allocates $1.2 trillion in government funds to upgrade the nation's infrastructure. This includes transportation, the electricity grid, broadband, and a wide ...Read more
|June 6, 2022||$12.3b Hudson Tunnel Will Help Alleviate NJ to NYC Railway Commute||
The commuting system and traffic conditions in New York City are legendary. If you have ever taken an Amtrak in the Northeast Corridor into New York City from New Jersey or further north, you went ...Read more
|June 3, 2022||Federal Railroad Administration to Invest $1.8b in Intercity Passenger Rail||
Railways have a long history of forming the backbone of America’s transportation grid, a stark contrast with its dilapidated condition today. While a rebuilding of the network will take generatio ...Read more
|May 25, 2022||Missouri DOT to Receive $7.7b for Transportation Improvements||
A major revamp of Missouri's roadways has been made possible due to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), which totals $1.2 trillion in country-wide funding.
Of that total, the ...Read more
|May 24, 2022||Wyoming DOT to Spend $1.76b on Roads||
Under the $1.2 trillion federal funding that has been sanctioned under the Infrastructure and Investment Act (IIJA), sixty percent of the funding is directly allocated to state and local government ...Read more
|May 23, 2022||California’s $105b Bullet Train Project Continues Forward||
Driving from Los Angeles to San Francisco is nearly 500 miles, and it can take commuters more than five or six hours to traverse the distance.
A once in a generation project is underway, a ...Read more
|May 18, 2022||$2.4b FEMA Fund For New Orleans Roadwork Faces Scrutiny||
The residents of New Orleans are still struggling from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which smashed into the coast 16 years ago.
Considered one of the most destructive Category 5 hurrica ...Read more