Current Headlines

  1. Former City Employee Attacks Sewage Plant With Car

    A sewage plant in Florida was targeted in an attack by a former city employee last month.

  2. MDOT To Implement Flashing Yellow Arrow Signals In Desoto County

    The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) will implement a new traffic signal to provide a safer and more efficient left-turn for motorists in Desoto County. The new Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) left-turn signals will begin replacing the circular green signal for permitted left turns at selected intersections. 

  3. City Of Austin Selects AgileAssets Pavement Management System

    AgileAssets Inc., a leading global software company headquartered in Austin, today announced that the City of Austin selected AgileAssets® Pavement Analyst™ software to replace their legacy pavement management system

  4. Ice Energy And Riverside Public Utilities Share Award For Boosting Local Economy

    Ice Energy's partnership with Riverside (California) Public Utilities (RPU) was honored recently with a Public-Private Partnership award, recognizing a commitment to job creation and economic growth

  5. Innovative® Mobile Asset Manager Tracks The Most Common Roadside Safety Hazard Of This Winter, Potholes

    Resource International, Inc. (Rii), a rapidly-growing asset management and technology firm, has developed an advanced infrastructure management software, iiCollector™, in collaboration with Google Maps

  6. South Whidbey Parks And Recreation District To Hear Campground Ideas

    The South Whidbey Parks and Recreation District has finalized a location for its first public meeting about campground development on 35 acres of land adjacent to Community Park.

  7. DP World Signs New Construction Contract

    DP World has signed two major contacts for civil construction work at its new Container Terminal 4 in Jebel Ali Port.

  8. Wisconsin Lawmakers May Ease Utility Privatization

    Wisconsin may make it easier to privatize municipal water utilities.

  9. Evoqua’s BioMag System Selected By Five Municipalities For Wastewater Clarification

    Evoqua Water Technologies’ Municipal Products and Services division has been selected by five U.S. municipalities to supply its industry-leading BioMag ballasted biological treatment system to their wastewater treatment plants to increase treatment capacity and help the municipalities meet stringent nutrient removal limits.

  10. New Jersey Launches Online Public Works Contractor Registration Service

    The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced that it has launched the Public Works Contractor Registration, a new service that will allow contractors and subcontractors who bid on or engage in the performance of any public works project to register with the Department to receive their Public Works Contractor Registration Certificate