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A Record-Breaking Thanksgiving

...the country’s busiest travel season since 2005. With an estimated 50.9 million people traveling 50 miles or more this weekend, you will likely see overcrowded airports made worse by flight...

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Infrastructure in the News: Over the River and Through the Skies, to Grandmother’s House We Go

...to increase by 2.5 percent from last year—the equivalent of 55,000 more passengers a day. Fortunately, airlines are prepared for the increase. For example, U.S. Airlines will offer 74,000 more...

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Infrastructure in the News: Transit, Aviation

...taking time to address these issues. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported on Monday that U.S. airlines and foreign airlines serving the U.S. carried an...

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Big Travel Weekend Coincides with New Traffic Report

...holiday traffic, which shines a spotlight on the need to improve our transportation infrastructure. According to the travel industry group Airlines for America, about 17.5 million passengers are projected to...

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Higher Gas Taxes Will Help Michigan Build a 21st Century Infrastructure

In 1997, Dolly was cloned, we were excited by the release of IE 4, and ASCE hadn’t yet released its first Report Card for America’s Infrastructure. It is also the...

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#FixTheTrustFund This Week: Time to Talk to Congress While They’re Home

...62298Starts at 6pm Town Hall Meeting 7/1/2015 Rep. Bucshon (R-IN-8th) Evansville District Office 420 Main Street Suite 1402 Evansville, IN 47708Constituents can make appointments...

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Tax Legislation Hurts Infrastructure, Engineers

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is concerned that Congress has missed a once-in-a-generation opportunity to address the nation’s infrastructure investment gap. Earlier this month, Congress began the process...

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Illinois Earns C- on its 2022 Infrastructure Report Card while Making Strides on Roads and Transit

...over 675,000 have been identified as lead and almost 380,000 as copper with lead solder services. While efforts from Congress and the Illinois EPA are addressing these service lines to...

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Washington, D.C. Civil Engineers Give the District’s Infrastructure a “C” Grade

...more than 2 million people between D.C. and the surrounding areas through nearly 2,000 miles of pipes. Blue Plains has the capacity to treat more than 380 million gallons of...

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ASCE Unveils Newest Infrastructure Gamechangers

...is expected to trim 15 minutes off a trip between D.C. and Boston. Additionally, the new trains can carry 380 passengers, 25% more than current fleets, while using 20% less...

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