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20 Cities with the Roughest Rides

Nov 06, 2013

20 Cities with the Roughest Rides

There are some urban regions across the United States where drivers are more likely to increase poor road conditions than others. In its annual report,  “Bumpy Roads Ahead: America’s Roughest Rides and Strategies to Make our Roads Smoother,” The Road Information ...

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What do poor road conditions cost?

Oct 29, 2013

What do poor road conditions cost?

Have you ever wondered what potholes cost? Now, you can find out. The Road Information Program (TRIP) compiled its annual report, “Bumpy Roads Ahead: America’s Roughest Rides and Strategies to Make our Roads Smoother.” In the report, TRIP lists the 20 large ...

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NCAA’s Jay Stem named 2012 state executive of the year

Mar 20, 2013

At the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association's (NSSGA) annual honors awards, Jay Stem, executive director of the North Carolina Aggregates Association (NCAA), was recognized as the 2012 State Aggregates Executive of the Year. The proclamation accompanying the award noted that ...

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TRIP releasing report, ‘Maryland Transportation by the Numbers’

Feb 27, 2013

The report, “Maryland Transportation by the Numbers: Meeting the State’s Need for Safe and Efficient Mobility,” will be released by national nonprofit transportation research group, at a news conference in Silver Spring, Md., at 8 a.m. ET on Feb. 28. The ...

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TRIP releases report: ‘Future Mobility in Missouri: Meeting the State’s Needs for Safe and Efficient Mobility’

Apr 28, 2011

A new report finds that additional transportation funding has allowed Missouri to accelerate bridge repair and replacement, pavement improvements, and safety upgrades. However, deficiencies remain on Missouri’s surface transportation system and recent gains could be lost without continued support for ...

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State and Province News March 2011

Mar 04, 2011

To keep up to date with this breakdown of news in the United States and Canada, visit www.AggMan.com for daily updates. Alabama Limestone Creek Sand and Gravel, LLC, applied to the Huntsville Natural Resources Department for an air permit for a proposed plant ...

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Report: The Top 25 Surface Transportation Projects to Support Economic Growth in Wyoming

Jan 06, 2011

In order to support Wyoming’s rapidly growing energy industry and allow the state’s agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing industries to thrive, the state will need to make numerous improvements to its surface transportation system. This is according to a new report ...

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TRIP: Alabama’s top 40 transportation chokepoints

Oct 28, 2010

The I-10 Wallace Tunnels in Mobile top the list of Alabama’s worst transportation chokepoints, along with multiple sections of I-65, I-20 and I-85. This is according to a new report released Oct. 28 by TRIP, a Washington, D.C.-based national transportation research ...

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TRIP: Show N.H. the money to fix failing bridges, roads

Jun 21, 2010

One-third of New Hampshire’ major roads are deteriorated, 32 percent of the state’s bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete, and more than half of the state’s roads are congested during peak travel times, but the state lacks adequate funding ...

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MHC Kenworth – Kansas City named 2009 Kenworth Dealer of Year

Jun 09, 2010

MHC Kenworth in Kansas City, Mo., was named 2009 Kenworth Dealer of the Year for the United States and Canada at the annual Kenworth Dealer Meeting held recently in Seattle. “It’s an outstanding honor for MHC Kenworth - Kansas City to ...

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TRIP: Arkansas roads, bridges face increasing deterioration

Jun 07, 2010

More than one-third of Arkansas’ major roads are deteriorated, 23 percent of the state’s bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete, urban traffic congestion is mounting and the traffic fatality rate is among the highest in the nation. This is according ...

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TRIP report released tomorrow on Arkansas surface transportation system

Jun 07, 2010

TRIP will release a new report that evaluates the current condition, use and funding of Arkansas' surface transportation system at a news conference in Little Rock tomorrow at 10 a.m. CDT. The report, “Future Mobility in Arkansas: Meeting the State’s Need for ...

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