I-95 Corridor Coalition, Delaware DOT to Test Mileage-Based Revenue Project With Trucks

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The I-95 Corridor Coalition, in a partnership with the Delaware Department of Transportation, is leading a pilot program to assess the feasibility of generating mileage-based revenue from trucks.

Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
October 20, 2017
Government, Business

Senate Committee to Consider FHWA Nominee Oct. 18

FHWA nominee Trombino FHWA nominee Paul Trombino. (Environment and Public Works Committee via YouTube)

The nomination of President Trump’s pick to lead the Federal Highway Administration will come up before a Senate committee on Oct. 18.

Eugene Mulero | Staff Reporter
October 17, 2017
Government, Business, Equipment

FHWA Seeks Comment on Definition of Automobile Transporter


The Federal Highway Administration is considering revising its definition of automobile transporters to allow more flexibility in the type of trailers used to haul vehicles.

Daniel P. Bearth | Transport Topics Senior Features Writer
October 12, 2017
Government, Business, Technology, Safety

FHWA Grants Six States Money for Alternative Revenue Projects

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The Federal Highway Administration has divided $15.5 million between six states that are exploring alternative ways to fund highway and bridge projects.

Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
October 10, 2017
Government, Business

FHWA Nominee: Tolls, P3s Options to Fund Infrastructure Projects

FHWA nominee Trombino Trombino at his nomination hearing. (Environment and Public Works Committee via YouTube)

Tolling systems and public-private partnerships are viable alternatives to traditional sources of infrastructure funding, such as revenue generated from fuel taxes, the nominee to lead the country’s vast network of highways told a Senate panel on Oct. 5.

Eugene Mulero | Staff Reporter
October 5, 2017
Business, Technology, Equipment

FHWA Awards $1.5 Million Grant for Truck Reservation System at Va. Ports

Federal Highway Administration officials today awarded a $1.5 million grant to the Virginia Port Authority for a state-of-the-art truck reservation system that will save time for freight shippers.

Eric Miller | Staff Reporter
October 4, 2017

In US, 3.2 Trillion Miles Driven in 2016

Trucks, cars and buses accounted for 3.2 trillion miles driven in the country last year, according to an estimate released by the Federal Highway Administration on Feb. 21.

Transport Topics
February 22, 2017

FHWA Issues Guidance to States for V2I Use

U.S. Department of Transportation

The Federal Highway Administration issued guidance to state and local governments for the adoption of vehicle-to-infrastructure programs, or V2I.

Jonathan S. Reiskin | Associate News Editor
January 30, 2017

FHWA Makes $1 Million in Emergency Funds Available for North, Central Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania has been awarded $1 million in Emergency Relief Funds from the Federal Highway Administration to start repairing roads and bridges in the north and central parts of the state that were swamped by heavy rain and floods on Oct. 20-21.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
November 3, 2016

FHWA Makes $1 Million in Emergency Funds Available for S.C. in Wake of Hurricane Matthew

South Carolina can access $1 million in emergency relief funds from the Federal Highway Administration to help fix roads and bridges damaged by Hurricane Matthew.

David Elfin | Staff Reporter
October 21, 2016