Transportation Officials Make the Best of a Bumpy 2020

Road blurred

Since overall construction costs are expected to decline 2% to 5% this year, pushing forward with smaller projects could be advantageous, says Tom Rossbach, HNTB.

January 18, 2021
Jim Parsons & Aileen Cho - Engineering News-Record

The year 2020 provided a bumpy budgetary ride for all modes of transportation, and some industry insiders don’t expect airport and transit ridership to return to pre-pandemic levels for years. Agencies are taking lessons learned, coupled with hopes for the new Biden administration, to carry on as best they can.

Reprinted courtesy of Jim Parsons, Engineering News-Record and Aileen Cho, Engineering News-Record

Ms. Cho may be contacted at choa@enr.com

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