Transportation Technology Trends in a Post-Coronavirus World

Taking The Next Steps With Construction Robots

By Danielle Proctor Pittsburgh-based Advanced Construction Robotics (ACR) is bringing innovative robotics solutions to the transportation construction market and other building sectors. It’s the next step in the long-standing partnership of man and machine. Last year,...
Transportation Technology Trends in a Post-Coronavirus World

Investigating Construction Management Software Options

By Greg Norris With most construction tradeshows and conferences cancelled due to COVID-19, software itself has become a leading venue for exploring software options. A growing number of contractors are connecting online with suppliers to evaluate the ROI value of new...
FHWA Launches Round Six of Every Day Counts Program

FHWA Launches Round Six of Every Day Counts Program

By Mark Holan, editorial director, ARTBA The COVID-19 pandemic has enhanced the importance of innovation and technology in the sixth round of the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Every Day Counts (EDC-6) program.  “Now more than ever innovation is critical,”...
Transportation Technology Trends in a Post-Coronavirus World

Innovating in a Crisis with e-Ticketing

By Matthew Valle As society and industry grapple with managing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, construction technology offers a good example of how state transportation departments (DOTs), producers, and contractors can adopt new ways to leverage technology to...
Transportation Technology Trends in a Post-Coronavirus World

Bringing Innovation to Transportation Infrastructure

By Michael Warren In order to keep pace with aging infrastructure and growth, the transportation industry needs to continually bring innovative solutions to stakeholders and the general public. Advancement in digital innovations span across the spectrum of planning,...