Madison County Seeks Construction Partners for Healing Center Project

Madison County Fiscal Court is moving forward with its effort to create a Healing Center, a county-owned facility to provide comprehensive substance use detox, treatment, and addiction recovery service. This week, the county released a request for proposals seeking ideas from construction firms interested in building a facility for the Healing Center.

‘Transit Desert’ City Gets $3 Ride-Share Program

Rising transportation needs in Arlington, Texas, the largest city in the U.S. without a comprehensive transportation service, have led to the launch of a new $3 ride-share program with Via Rideshare.

First-Responder Broadband Coming to all 50 States

The U.S. Department of Commerce and the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) have officially been welcomed into all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands

Fiber Broadband Network P3s Increasing

The desire for high-speed broadband in local communities has increased, and residents are willing to pay higher prices for better services.

P3s Key to Fund State Infrastructure Projects in 2018

With the President’s infrastructure plan pending release this month, 2018 will push states to look at alternative funding mechanisms to finance infrastructure projects

KY Capital Plaza Tower Replacement Revealed

The 26-story Kentucky Capital Plaza Tower is one step closer to being replaced.

USDA: “Focused on Improving Rural America’s Infrastructure”

More than $40 million has been pumped into rural infrastructure projects in 2017, according the Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue.

Study Reveals Need for New Cincinnati/KY Bridge

Kentucky’s need for new bridges is growing, a confirmation made by a recent study released by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) on an Ohio River crossing to improve travel on I-71 and I-75.

Indianapolis Enters Partnerships with City’s Neighborhoods

Indianapolis has an existing $120 million infrastructure budget, and it’s using some of those funds to help city neighborhoods that are willing to provide their own funds for local infrastructure improvements.

Missouri among 33 States to Accept FirstNet Plan

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens recently accepted the FirstNet and AT&T plan to provide a wireless broadband network to the state’s police, EMS and firefighters.