AASHTO 2014 Annual Meeting
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Annual Meeting is one of the industry’s most important gatherings of transportation, government and commercial organizations. The Annual Meeting offers transportation executives the opportunity to network and share the latest in industry policies and innovations.
State DOTs Honored for Innovative, Community-Focused, Cost Saving Projects
State transportation department projects that are improving safety on all travel modes, expanding mobility for communities, reducing congestion on roadways, and providing additional transportation options, all while saving taxpayer dollars, were today named recipients of top honors in the northeast regional America's Transportation Awards competition at the Northeast Association of State Transportation Officials 2014 conference.
AASHTO's 100th Anniversary Website
In November 1914 a small group of 14 state highway engineers met at the
Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia to discuss the creation of an
association that would address the unique concerns of the public
officials responsible for "getting America out of the mud." AASHTO turns 100 years old next year, and this website allows you to see where transportation began, how far it has come, and where the future leads.
Nation At a Crossroads
The "Nation at a Crossroads"
is a web-based infographic, mobile app and printed brochure that
provides a national perspective on surface transportation investments.
It also provides state-level information to help tell the story of how
federal funding affects transportation investment priorities.
AASHTOWare Safety Analyst
AASHTOWare Safety Analyst facilitates cost-effective, site-specific highway safety improvements and integrates the analytic approaches recommended in the Highway Safety Manual (HSM) into a single package, providing a program to guide the decision-making process, prioritize improvements and help your agency get the greatest possible safety benefit from each dollar it spends.