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WAGMAN HEAVY CIVIL BRACES FOR BALTIMORE’S TRIPLE BRIDGES PROJECT

Posted by Amanda Mangum | Feb 8, 2019 | Association News | 0  |      The Triple Bridges Project will replace the Annapolis Road, Maisel Street, and Waterview Avenue bridges over MD 295 from early 2019 through early 2023 Replacement of all 3 bridges with similar structures Addition of an auxiliary lane on MD 295 Modifications to the on and off ramps at Waterview…

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BRIDGE REPLACEMENT TOP PRIORITY IN MARYLAND’S $9B BELTWAY EXPANSION

Posted by Amanda Mangum | Feb 8, 2019 | Association News | 0  |      The American Legion Bridge replacement is part of a $7.6 billion widening of Interstates 495 (the Capital Beltway) and 270 in Maryland. The project will also include $1.4 billion of work on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, which the state hopes to assume control of in negotiations with the U.S. Interior…

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Advertising in the Directory

The Membership Directory is divided into nine sections giving readers multiple options for locating potential business partners. The Directory is simple to use and will be used throughout the year as a reference guide/buyers guide. Your company ad highlighting your products and services can be displayed within these sections. As an advertiser in the Directory, your company receives…

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MdQI Partners In Quality

A publication of the Maryland Quality Initiative steering committee to provide the Maryland transportation industry a forum that fosters coordinated and continuous quality improvement in order to ensure safe, efficient, environmentally sensitive and sustainable systems to meet the needs of all transportation stakeholders.

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Infrastructure MD

The journal for the Maryland transportation construction industries is a magazine published twice a year by MTBMA and other transportation construction associations. It is a platform reaching out to the industry as a whole and to the government officials who are charged with funding transportation infrastructure.

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Membership Directory

Our annually published membership directory includes all MTBMA member companies grouped by membership type (Associate, Contractor, or Producer), as well as Federal and State government agencies. Advertising is available in this publication and is distributed to our members. 

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STUDY: KEEPING ROADS SMOOTH REDUCES GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS

Posted by Amanda Mangum | Feb 5, 2019 | Association News | 0  |      Maintaining road surfaces not only makes for smoother riding but a new study says it also helps the environment, reports Rutgers Today. The study led by Rutgers University’s School of Engineering determined that extending the life of pavement when it reaches early stages of failure can reduce greenhouse gases,…

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INNOVATION IN DOTS OFTEN STARTS WITH ON-THE-GROUND EMPLOYEES, EXPERTS SAY

Posted by Amanda Mangum | Feb 5, 2019 | Association News | 0  |      Transportation employees who work alongside roads and behind the wheels of maintenance vehicles can offer valuable perspectives on worthwhile projects, according to panelists gathered to discuss innovation at the Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting Jan. 15. Mindy Heinkel, a research manager within the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s Office of…

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