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Engineers Face Demand For Fee Cut On NY Projects

Faced with a looming $1-billion operating deficit by 2022 and the need for costly capital projects, New York City’s primary transportation agency is seeking a 10% fee cut on current projects from hundreds of engineers, contractors and other vendors. Construction-related associations have protested as a group. Individually, each company has been deciding whether to continue to work for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority on the new terms.  Read More >>

Road Report: DOT Officials Warn of Ramp Closure at Route 49-Route 233 in City

Motorists on the Route 49 west-bound ramp to Route 233 will encounter a full ramp closure with a signed detour in place due to bridge rehabilitation, according to the New York Department of Transportation weekly road work report. Read More >>

$21 Million in Funding to Help CNY Schools, Infrastructure

More than $21 million in funding for infrastructure, parks, business development, and youths will benefit communities throughout Central New York, including high-tech security investments at Oneida city schools, Route 13 road work in Madison County, and support for the Cazenovia Preservation Foundation. Read More >>


National News

Gridlock in D.C. Means No Action on Aging Bridges, Crumbling Roads​​​​​​​

Business leaders and communities across the country are expressing alarm that the bitter partisan impasse in Washington is paralyzing efforts to revamp the nation’s deteriorating and outdated infrastructure.. Read More >>

Nevada Ranks Best in Country for Transportation

According to US News & World Report, Nevada is the best state in the country when it comes to its transportation systems. The report breaks down the transportation into rankings into four categories: Bridge quality, public transit, road quality and commute time. The Silver State ranked in the top 25 in all four sectors. Read More >>

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont Releases Draft Plan on Infrastructure Investment​​​​​​​

As the Connecticut General Assembly’s legislative session draws to a close, Gov. Ned Lamont released a working draft of an infrastructure funding proposal that lawmakers will rely on during a special session focused solely on transportation and economic development. Read More >>


Association News

Congratulations to Todd Gadd, PE, NYSCHSA First Vice President, Wyoming County on completing his PE testing and becoming a licensed engineer!


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