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Morningthorpe Bridge Re-Opened

Putnam County Highway Superintendent Fred Pena thanked everyone for coming out and cut the ribbon reopening the new pedestrian bridge. The Bridge was rebuilt with grant the County secured in 2017 for $2 million dollars which covered roughly 89% of the cost. Pena thanked the contractors involved for their diligence, attention to detail and bringing the project in under cost, a savings of over $30,000 dollars for Putnam County. Read More >>

New Bridge in the Town of Chili Enhances Safety and Improves Travel and Access to Local Neighborhoods and Businesses

State Department of Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez said, "Modernizing our infrastructure and making our roads and bridges accessible to everyone is key to keeping our communities safe and prosperous. Thanks to Governor Cuomo's commitment to building back better, the Town of Chili and its residents will benefit from a new, more resilient bridge  - improving the safe movement of people and commerce for decades to come." Read More >>

National News

Delaware Receives More Than $30 Million in Federal Highway Administration Redistribution

The Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) annual August redistribution has resulted in Delaware receiving an additional $30,428,691 in federal funding for infrastructure projects.The redistribution dollars represent federal transportation improvement funds that were allocated, but not used by other states. Read More >>

Coronavirus Pandemic Takes a Toll on Tolling Industry

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the US is experiencing an unprecedented challenge to protect citizens and flatten the curve until vaccines are available. Measures enacted to slow its spread, such as shelter-at-home orders and social distancing, are profoundly affecting economic activity. As a result, there have been extraordinary changes to traffic volumes, transit ridership and tolling revenue. SmartBrief caught up with Tracey Trexel, tolling solutions lead for IBM Global Business Services, to learn more. Read More >>


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