ARTBA Calls for New Approach to Roadway Safety
ARTBA believes the premise must be turned around to accept the fact that some drivers will inevitably make mistakes. On all major routes - and others to the extent practicable - the U.S. roadway system must anticipate user error and be designed, constructed, equipped and operated to forgive the errant user and protect the innocent worker, pedestrian, cyclist or other driver, ARTBA's written testimony says.
Leaders say riverport upgrades could mean economic growth for Paducah, McCracken County
PADUCAH - Two grants, one riverport, and endless possibilities: The Paducah-McCracken County Riverport Authority is currently upgrading the riverport in Paducah.
Road Fund receipts fell 11.7 Percent
Road Fund receipts fell 11.7 percent in March with collections of $120.1 million. Year-to-date collections have grown 2.9 percent compared to last year's total. The official Road Fund revenue estimate calls for a 0.3 percent decrease in receipts for the entire FY19. Based on year-to-date collections, revenues can fall 9.0 percent for the remainder of the fiscal year to meet that estimate.
Ranking Member Graves Statement from Hearing on Airport Investment
Washington, D.C. - Opening remarks, as prepared, of Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Ranking Member Sam Graves (R-MO) from today's hearing entitled, "The Cost of Doing Nothing: Why Investment in our Nation's Airports Matters":