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California receives largest number of RAISE grants, funds eight infrastructure different projects.
FHWA launches $12.5B program to help states replace, rehabilitate, protect, and preserve the nation's largest bridges.
Antonio Villaraigosa named Infrastructure Advisor to State of California, will work to leverage federal dollars for transportation infrastructure.
New grant program supports local initiatives to prevent death and serious injury on roads and streets.
This course provides an overview of key requirements and responsibilities to be carried out by local agencies using federal funds for project delivery. It is also strongly recommended as a precursor for the other four courses in this series.
This free quarterly statewide webinar is open to project managers, engineers, and those that work with local assistance processes for local and tribal agencies. Its subjects include information sharing, local project delivery policies, processes, and procedures, and facilitating peer-sharing of best-practices.
This course provides an overview of procedures that local agencies must follow to acquire real property for transportation projects, including recent changes in rules and critical tasks.