Since 1980, the United States has sustained 332 weather and climate disasters, and individual events, like Hurricane Ian, will likely exceed $10 billion. The total cost of these disasters exceeds $2.27 trillion.
How do you address the continued impact of climate change on our nation’s infrastructure? How do you mitigate the impact of these events? What funding is available to help public agencies stay resilient to natural disasters, climate change and aging infrastructure?
Download our Federal Resources for Highway Infrastructure Resilience White Paper
Get a more in-depth look on what was discussed in this webinar.
Discover the four approaches to mitigate impacts and increase the resilience of our transportation systems.
Explore the IIJA programs that will help your agency mitigate the impacts of climate change and increase the resilience of surface transportation.
In honor of Pedestrian Safety Month, we’re showcasing four impactful infrastructure projects that have positively influenced their communities. Dive into the details below and stay tuned for weekly spotlights on our social media channels throughout October!
Projects inherently have risks. Some risks are high-stakes that could lead to major cost overruns or delays, while others are more minor that could lead to minor delays or changes to the scope of work.