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American Association of State Highway and Transportation Off
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444 N Capitol St NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 624-5800
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New AASHTO Publication: Movable Bridge Inspection, Evaluation, and Maintenance Manual, 2nd Edition This manual presents uniform guidelines and procedures for pertaining to the unique structural, mechanical, electrical, and operational characteristics of movable highway bridges. It was developed for bridge engineers, inspectors, and maintainers charged with operational and maintenance responsibilities for these complex structures. Commentary adjacent to the text provides suggestions on implementing the guidelines and procedures, and directs the reader to additional sources of information. The manual supersedes the 1998 first edition. Available at: https://bookstore.transportation.org/collection_detail.aspx?ID=150


New AASHTO Publication: Movable Bridge Inspection, Evaluation, and Maintenance Manual, 2nd Edition. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


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American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) shared a link.
Just over two months before being completed, the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange in Ghana’s capital city of Accra was first opened to traffic. The two-level roadway junction, which features non-directi…


Today in Transportation History – A Cloverleaf Interchange for Accra: February 27, 20 transportationhistory.org/2017/02/27/tod…


'Agency Sends Economic Development Grants to Transportation Projects in Three States' | AASHTO Journal twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

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Reminder! Participate in a public meeting in-person or by webinar to learn about the Draft California State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, “Toward an Active California.” Also, submit comments online. We want to hear your feedback. http://www.cabikepedplan.org/app_pages/view/159
Caltrans welcomes public comment on the Draft California State Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan: Toward an Active California. Review the Draft Plan here!

AASHTO Sees ‘Broken’ Highway Trust Fund, Presses Congress to Find New Revenue Stream AASHTO Journal [For the full story, and all of today's transportation news, visit or subscribe to the AASHTO Daily Transportation Update! http://dailyupdate.transportation.org] Warning that the Highway Trust Fund is "broken" and will run out of money after its current funding law expires in 2020, the executive director of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials said state officials will urge members of Congress next week to find a long-lasting revenue stream. AASHTO's Bud Wright made the comments in an interview with Transportation TV in which he underscored the value of the association's Feb. 28-March 3 "Washington Briefing," its annual legislative conference for executives from state departments of transportation. "Finding a long-term, sustainable source of funding for transportation," Wright said, is at the top of policy messages for AASHTO and its state members to convey to Congress. "We know we have a Highway Trust Fund that's broken." "Wright said the trust fund is "not going to be able to sustain the current program" of highway and transit spending once the five-year Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act ends in 2020.

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Mary Fields (c.1832-1914) made transportation history as the first African-American woman to deliver the U.S. mail. Fields was born a slave in Tennessee, and she achieved her freedom in 1865 when s…