Construction costs nationwide grew by an estimated 68 percent during the past 13 years, with key components measured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, such as asphalt, concrete, and metal, growing at 107 percent, 61 percent, and 45 percent, respectively between 2003 and 2016.
The Australia government, Malaysia, and the People's Republic of China suspended the search earlier this year after the missing commercial jetliner known as Malaysian Airlines MH370 was not found inside the 120,000-square-kilometer search area in the southern Indian Ocean.
Amtrak has begun emergency repair work. Meanwhile, MTA Chairman Joe Lhota recently announced a "top-to-bottom" audit of the agency and will propose a plan within 60 days to modernize its subways.
Building a new tunnel under the Hudson River is estimated to cost $11.1 billion and rehabilitating the existing tunnel would cost $1.8 billion more, according to DOT.
The Kentucky Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) program investigates fatalities and makes recommendations for preventing future similar injuries.
Companies can address an aging construction industry with sophisticated technology.
Like OSHA and EPA chemical safety trainings, DOT training helps hazmat employees to recognize and identify hazardous materials and learn how their functions ensure that those materials can be transported safely.
This could be the most consequential annual conference for the society in many years.
The workshop participants will cover five "hot-button areas": engineering/technologies, enforcement, community outreach and education, hazard management, and human factors.
NHTSA's TireWise website is a one-stop shop for tire information. It covers buying tires, maintaining them, how age can affect their safety, and the information contained on their labels.