It’s just a patch: Keep transportation funding discussion alive September 5, 2014

It’s just a patch: Keep transportation funding discussion alive

Paul Yarossi, president HNTB Holdings Ltd, says even with recent passage of a federal surface transportation authorization and funding patch, the infrastructure industry and the general public must keep the conversation alive so Congress continues to hear the pressing call for a long-term, self-sustaining financing plan for our nation’s infrastructure. (more)
Americans ready to open their wallets for better roads, interstates September 11, 2014

Americans ready to open their wallets for better roads, interstates

New HNTB America THINKS survey finds most Americans – and drivers – back tolls to fund transportation needs. (more)
Chasing the shiny toys – Will the latest toll technology help your agency achieve success? August 21, 2014

Chasing the shiny toys – Will the latest toll technology help your agency achieve success?

HNTB’s Kevin Hoeflich, PE, Toll Market Practice Leader, says there are seven steps that will lead executives to the right answer. (more)
Smart cars, smart roads seen in nationwide survey as boosting safety, reinventing transportation August 26, 2014

Smart cars, smart roads seen in nationwide survey as boosting safety, reinventing transportation

Millions of Americans think modern technology will serve as a co-pilot in automobiles and infrastructure of the future. (more)
Smart truck parking moves toward national deployment September 8, 2014

Smart truck parking moves toward national deployment

During the 2014 ITS World Congress, HNTB Corporation and Truck Smart Parking Services Inc. sign national agreement following successful initial implementation along Interstate 94 in southwest Michigan. (more)
October 16, 2014

HNTB priced managed lanes expert, Matthew Click, brings national expertise to Mid-Atlantic

With the growing importance of priced managed lanes as a solution for highway congestion relief, Click will now be based in Arlington, Virginia, and continue to provide his expertise to clients nationally as well as those in the mid-Atlantic. (more)

October 15, 2014

New Mexico Border Authority awards rail feasibility study to HNTB

The HNTB team — including multiple New Mexico-based subconsultants — will study feasibility of new rail bypass and rail border crossing. (more)

October 10, 2014

Infrastructure expert Peter Aarons joins HNTB as West Division aviation director

A former San Diego County Regional Airport Authority program manager, Aarons brings a unique understanding of private sector solutions and public agency needs. (more)

October 1, 2014

HNTB’s Laddie Irion elected to board of directors for Airports Council International – North America World Business Partners and Associates

HNTB was ranked as No. 1 airport design firm in Roads & Bridges magazine’s 2014 Go-To List. (more)

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