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AASHTO Journal

Transportation Funding

AASHTO Applauds President’s Proposed Transportation Investments​.  View the full Press Release.

AASHTO’s Wright: States Need More Federal Help Maintaining, Improving Transportation​.  View the full story in the AASHTO Journal.

AASHTO and APTA’s 2015 Bottom Line Report Estimates $163 Billion Needed Annually to Fix Nation’s Aging Surface Transportation System​.  View the full story in the AASHTO Journal.

America's Transportation Future: Throughout our history, investments in transportation have led America forward. Now is the time to renew this legacy for the next generation.

Foxx, Key Lawmakers Prod State Officials to Carry Forceful Message to Congress​.  View the full story and watch the speeches in the AASHTO Journal.


U.S. Highway Program

Associations Target Importance of U.S. Highway Program to State Economies.  View the full story in the AASHTO Journal.

Strategic Plan

​At the latest Annual Meeting AASHTO's Board of Directors approved a new 6-year Strategic Plan.  View the full story in the AASHTO Journal.

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​June 2015: Talking Freight Seminar on Freight Rail Safety

An audio recording/podcast (MP3 files), the PowerPoint presentations used in the seminar, and transcript are now available at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/freight_planning/talking_freight/june_2015/index.cfm. In addition, a recording of the seminar containing both the audio and visual components is available at https://connectdot.connectsolutions.com/p2kwsk9ou87/​.

The seminar is now available for AICP CM credits on the AICP CM calendar http://www.planning.org/calendar/.  It is event # e.30881.  Instructions for logging your credits are attached. Please note that you must be an AICP member to obtain these credits and must have logged into the webinar with your first and last name or provided the name of others who attended with you. ​

If you have problems reporting your CM credits or have general questions about the AICP CM program, please contact AICPCM@planning.org.​

Applying for AICPCM Credits