COVID-19: Roads & Bridges wants to know how this has begun to affect you

With information changing day-to-day, it is important that we keep the lines of communication open; information sharing is more important now than ever

March 19, 2020
Image source: CDC_Alissa Eckert,MS,Dan Higgins,MAMS
Image source: CDC/Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS

Dear Roads & Bridges Readers, 


During the past two weeks, we've heard from a handful of contractors, DOT officials, and consulting engineers about their measures to reduce the risk of infection from COVID-19 while maintaining business operations and keeping projects on schedule and budget. We'd like to hear from you on how your firm is handling business operations and projects during the coronavirus outbreak.


Can you please take three minutes to complete this eight-question survey? The results will be published next week on


Roads & Bridges Editors  

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