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Denver Smart City Program Awarded $6M U.S. DOT Grant

The City and County of Denver, Colo., was awarded a $6 million grant to implement traffic management technologies through its Smart City Program. This includes installing communication devices in 1,500 fleet vehicles.

Columbus to Add 200 EVs After Winning Smart City Challenge

The City of Columbus, Ohio, was selected as the winner of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge, earning up to $50 million. Columbus’ proposal includes the addition of 200 electric vehicles to the fleet.

America’s Highways Turn 60, Need Major Facelift

As the U.S. Interstate Highway system turns 60, it is in dire need of repairs and improvements – and that will require a substantial increase in funding for the long-term, says a new report.

Record 51M Vehicles Recalled in 2015

Nearly 900 vehicle recalls were filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in 2015, a new record involving more than 51 million vehicles — another record, the federal agency reported.

State DOTs Tracking El Niño to Prepare Roads for Winter

As much as 70% of state Departments of Transportation are tracking El Niño to make preparations for the unusual winter weather ahead, including increasing stocks of salt and de-icing chemicals, according to a new survey.