There are over 4 million miles of roads in the United States moving cars, trucks, transit, and non-motorized vehicles across a seamless, integrated network. About three-quarters of the roads are owned by localities but the vast majority of travel occurs on major state roads and the federally-designated Interstate System. Today, this complex system is under strain as demands for upgrades and repair, safety improvements, and modernization mount.
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In the annals of history, a figure sometimes emerges who, though not universally known, is nonetheless of crucial significance. Such...
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May 11, 1982 | ENO CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATIONThis publication provides information that is helpful in planning and designing cost-effective parking for institutions and special events.
Refreshing the Status Quo: Federal Highway Programs and Funding Distribution
This year, the federal government gave $45.6 billion in highway “formula” funding to the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The state-by-state distribution of this money was based almost entirely on how the states fared on a variety of real-world metrics back in calendar year 2007,...