Rail System vs. Highway Infrastructure – Follow the Money Series Part 3
April 16, 2010 by Truckdrivernews · Leave a Comment
As we continue to “follow the money” in the game of reality involving what seems like is “shady actions” about the whole highway infrastructure and rail system. I left you in the previous article talking about how these developers plan on building up the Maryland side of the river once all the properties are built [...]
With the highway infrastructure deteriorating the way it is and with all the congestion around every major city. Why does the government seem to just “turn their heads” the other way from trucking? Or at least it seems that way. The government wants to sink billions of dollars into the rail system and minimal money [...]
Contractors will begin lane closures on Interstate 64 in Boyd County this week, setting up an eight-mile work zone for the next stage in a $20 million improvement of the major northeast Kentucky corridor.
Beginning Thursday, March 18, the inside fast lane of eastbound I-64 will be closed to all traffic from one mile west of [...]
Today the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released their report on traffic fatalities for 2009.
The report indicates that fatalities are still on a downward trend.
This is good news obviously, but still it is too many according to U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood.
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Following an emergency request by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
The United States District Court for the Central District of California on Saturday ordered the owner of Tierra Santa Inc, the illegal bus company involved in a March 5 fatal crash near Phoenix, Arizona, to immediately cease all interstate [...]