The Infrastructure Market publications reach qualified professionals involved in transportation construction, construction equipment, traffic management, storm water management and commercial buildings design/construction. Specialized infrastructure areas, such as paving, recycling, materials (including asphalt, concrete, steel, etc.), bridge construction, maintenance, work-zone safety and anti-icing/snow removal are also included in this market.
For more than a century, Roads & Bridges has delivered industry developments and insights to more than 61,309 government officials, contractors, producers, and engineers involved in the road and bridge construction industry. The Construction Writer’s Association has honored the publication with 11 prestigious Robert F. Boger awards since 2001 — a record unmatched by any other industry publication.
More than 21,000 traffic and transit-system professionals receive Transportation Management & Engineering, including those involved in the design/engineering/development of system architecture, fleet and technical systems, and contracting. The publication provides information on funding, design, engineering and construction, and maintenance techniques, as well as transit, evacuation management, traffic-signal timing, incident management and other subjects related to transportation management.
Serving both the storm water and erosion control markets, Storm Water Solutions reaches more than 40,000 qualified professionals. The publication is a shared supplement of Roads & Bridges magazine and Water & Wastes Digest. Subscribers include engineers, contractors, government officials and other professionals who actively design, specify, buy and maintain storm water and erosion control industry equipment and services.
Construction Equipment circulates to more than 75,882 construction industry professionals who specify, select or approve construction equipment, supplies or maintenance materials — specifically providing news and product information to managers of construction equipment fleets, including heavy equipment and trucks.
Smart & Resilient Cities™ (S&RC) is the exclusive and independent resource for urban planners, leaders and visionaries, commerce developers and academics who are looking now for solutions to tomorrow’s challenges of adapting legacy urban centers to accommodate future economic and social needs.
Smart & Resilient Cities is about modernization and future design — and providing the data and resources that planners need to help define goals, design to meet those goals, implement policies, and maintain, administer, and upgrade the results.