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)
Ted Zoli and Joe Englot, HNTB infrastructure experts, named NIST Fellows October 28, 2014

Ted Zoli and Joe Englot, HNTB infrastructure experts, named NIST Fellows

Engineers and accomplished professionals will help create national disaster resiliency standards. (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)
Should an agency convert to all-electronic tolling? August 28, 2014

Should an agency convert to all-electronic tolling?

It’s one of the biggest questions in the U.S. toll industry today: If and when should agencies convert to all-electronic tolling? This paper discusses the advantages of AET, the processes for making an informed decision and eight best practices for successful conversion. (more)
Organizing for success: Building for resiliency requires mobilization of talent and resources October 27, 2014

Organizing for success: Building for resiliency requires mobilization of talent and resources

Today, we face a complex and evolving array of threats to our transportation infrastructure. Both weather-related disasters and the 9/11 tragedy now symbolize a new world in which urgency often trumps big vision. Such extreme events also have taught us lessons about our defense, and while the threat may be different, the challenge is the same: protecting valuable assets and lives and preserving quality of life in a rapidly evolving environment. (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)
January 27, 2015

HNTB’s Stephen Dilts elected president of Intelligent Transportation Society of New Jersey

The organization is comprised of more than 80 members from public, private and academic sectors. (more)

January 26, 2015

HNTB’s Peter Aarons appointed co-chair of Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation Infrastructure Committee

Aarons brings a unique understanding of public agency needs and private sector solutions to help advance policies that improve infrastructure in LA County and throughout Southern California. (more)

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