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April 2017

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IBTTA members have known for a very long time that the more familiar people are with modern tolling systems, the more likely they are to like them. Now, in a suburb of Greater Vancouver, at least one mayor is adding his voice to a debate that has... Read More
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“Want America to Be ‘Great’ Again? Pay For It.” That was the picture-perfect headline that TIME magazine, one of America’s most venerable and influential print publications, attached to the op ed it published last week by IBTTA Executive Director... Read More
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What does it say about a country’s approach to highway and other infrastructure investment if we’re constantly fighting a war, rather than winning the peace? And how much better can we prevail against a very tough enemy—in this case, the inevitable... Read More
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A rural stretch of I 85, from Georgia to the edge of Alabama, is being turned into a test bed and a working model for a road that every user, operator, entrepreneur, and environmentalist can fall in love with. That’s the goal of The Ray, a project... Read More
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Safety, resiliency, and innovation will be the watchwords May 21-23 when IBTTA convenes its annual Maintenance and Roadway Operations Workshop in New Orleans. The meeting features a technical tour of the city’s post-Hurricane Katrina storm surge... Read More
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The gracefully flowing archway and rays of sunlight on the report cover say it all: there are challenges on the immediate horizon, but the “futures of transportation” that senior industry executives explored at IBTTA’s Transportation Visioning... Read More
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Ohio Turnpike customers are beginning to cast their lot with faster, more convenient mobility, with nearly two-thirds of respondents in a recent survey saying they would consider or support a toll increase if it meant getting rid of gates along the... Read More