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  • Annual Highway Improvement Program

    The FY 2020 Annual Highway Improvement Program provides $3.764 billion of the $23.49 billion included for highways in the fiscal Year 2020-2025 Proposed Highway Improvement Program. For the first time, the department can move forward assertively towards meeting the Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) goals and fixing our crumbling state's infrastructure. 

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  • Gov. Pritzker, IDOT Announce Rebuild Illinois Road and Bridge Projects

    New Multi-Year Plan Lays Out $23.5 Billion in Maintenance, Preservation and Expansion Projects Across the State Springfield, Ill. — Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Transportation released the department’s annual Multi-Year Plan of road and bridge projects across the state, which is the first to capture the historic impact of the Rebuild Illinois capital plan.

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  • Marathon Petroleum St. Elmo Asphalt Terminal Receives the AEMA Excellence In Manufacturing Award

    Congratulations to Marathon Petroleum, St. Elmo Asphalt Terminal, for receiving the Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturer's Association (AEMA) Excellence in Manufacturing Award. This award is presented to qualifying plants that meet or exceed AEMA requirements demonstrating best practices in all areas of manufacturing. In addition to providing a measurement of best practices, the award offers plants an avenue for continuous improvement, a demonstration of good corporate citizenship, and a way to display community friendly operations.

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  • Troxler Purchases Testquip

    Troxler Electronic Laboratories, Inc., the global leader in testing and measurement equipment for the road construction industry, and TestQuip, LLC, a producer of high quality crack testing equipment and accessories for contractors, states and research groups, announce today the purchase of TestQuip by Troxler.

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  • Impact of Alternative Asphalt Binder Extenders on Asphalt Mixture Design, Production and Performance

    As part of a Pavement Economics Committee-funded project, Dr. Adam Hand at the University of Nevada, Reno is surveying the industry on the impact of alternative asphalt binders and extenders on asphalt mixture design, production, and performance.

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