Tag: infrastructure projects

Infrastructure, Public Works

Rhode Island program would make $20M available for infrastructure projects

April 12, 2023

Via: Transportation Today News

The proposed RIReady Municipal Road Fund Program in Gov. Dan McKee’s fiscal year 2024 budget would make available $20 million for bridge, road, and sidewalk projects on locally maintained city and town roads. Local communities often struggle to reach enough […]

Infrastructure, Public Works

Customer Engagement and Infrastructure Projects: The Missing Link

March 17, 2023

Via: PowerMag

For water and energy providers, consistent customer engagement has become a critical aspect of daily operations and overall success. Why? Modern convenience and technology have dramatically altered the expectations of today’s consumers. The silent energy provider is an antiquated concept, […]

Basic Services, Civil Service

The case for more federal oversight of state and local budgets

January 10, 2023

Via: FCW

Hundreds of billions of dollars for pandemic recovery, infrastructure projects, economic development and climate programs that Congress and President Biden have approved for states, cities and counties during the past two years has drawn a great deal of attention. But […]

Infrastructure, Public Works

Nevada launches website for infrastructure projects

September 7, 2022

Via: Transportation Today News

Nevada recently launched, a website dedicated to state infrastructure projects. The website illustrates infrastructure investments coming to Nevada through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and available grants for which the state can apply for future projects. It lists […]

Infrastructure, Public Works

Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure Price Tag: $1 Trillion+

April 12, 2017

Via: American Infrastructure

Unless you live under a very thick rock, you’re aware that on January 20th, president-elect Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States. Despite exclamations of joy or dismay at Trump’s presidency, there is one common […]