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Joint-Effort Mobile Bridge Load-Capacity Evaluation Invention is “a Hit”

Volume and load demand on much of the U.S. surface transportation system exceeds what it was designed to carry. This, and inevitable aging, is especially hard on bridges. According to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, the average age of U.S. bridges is 43 years, and 56,007 are rated structurally deficient.

U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx Announces $1 Million in Emergency Relief Funds for I-65 Bridge over Alabama’s Middle River

WASHINGTON - U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced the release of $1 million in emergency relief funds from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to the Alabama Department of Transportation for repairs to the northbound I-65 bridge over Middle River in Baldwin and Mobile Counties which was damaged by a truck fire last month.

Updated: Friday, June 6, 2014

U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx Announces $2 Million in Emergency Relief Funds for Delaware’s I-495 Bridge Over Christina River

Funds will help begin repair work to critical Wilmington-area bridge

WASHINGTON - U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced the immediate release of $2 million in emergency relief funds from the Federal Highway Administration to help the Delaware Department of Transportation repair the I-495 Bridge over the Christina River northeast of Wilmington after inspections revealed support columns on the bridge had shifted.

Updated: Friday, June 6, 2014

U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx Calls for Transportation Investment During Visit to Charlotte Avenue Bridge

Highlights Need for Improved Safety, Capacity as part of Invest in America Bus Tour

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx joined state and local officials at the Charlotte Avenue Bridge today as part of his Invest in America, Commit to the Future bus tour, calling the proposed project an example of critical transportation work that is being left undone because of a lack of investment.  The Secretary’s visit is part of a multi-state tour highlighting the urgent need to invest in America’s transportation infrastructure at a time when the nation’s surface transportation programs are set to expire and the Highway Trust Fund is running out of money.

Updated: Tuesday, April 15, 2014

U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx Calls for Transportation Investment During Visit to Ohio River Bridges Project

Highlights Project’s Economic Impact as part of Invest in America Bus Tour

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx joined Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, Congressman John Yarmuth and state and local officials today at the $2.34 billion Ohio River Bridges project, calling it “an example for the nation” of the sort of large-scale job creation and transportation investment that Congress can make possible by reauthorizing a long-term transportation bill this year.  The Secretary’s visit is part of his Invest in America, Commit to the Future bus tour, a multi-state tour highlighting the urgent need to invest in America’s transportation infrastructure at a time when the nation’s surface transportation programs are set to expire and the Highway Trust Fund is running out of money.

Updated: Tuesday, April 15, 2014

U.S. Transportation Secretary Foxx Calls for Transportation Investment During Visit to I-75 Project in Dayton

Highlights Project’s Economic Impact as part of Invest in America Bus Tour

DAYTON, Ohio – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today visited workers at Dayton’s I-75 project as part of his Invest in America, Commit to the Future bus tour, calling it an investment in Ohio’s economic future that could be replicated across the country if Congress would support a long-term transportation bill.  The Secretary’s visit is part of a multi-state tour highlighting the urgent need to invest in America’s transportation infrastructure at a time when the nation’s surface transportation programs are set to expire and the Highway Trust Fund is running out of money.

Updated: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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