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Amtrak is taking its Texas Eagle train to Twitter and Instagram. Next month, the company will host #AmtrakLive, a two-day trip from Los Angeles, California to Austin, Texas for 30 riders who will tweet and blog about the experience. The journey takes ...
Will you be attending World of Concrete next week? Whether you are or aren’t there, be sure to follow us for daily updates from the show. You can catch show news from the official Better Roads twitter (@BetterRoads), and Editor-at-Large Tina Grady ...
Disclaimer: This is me getting on my journalism soapbox. It has nothing to do with roads—at least directly—unless you consider that anyone could just “report” on highway and transportation construction industry without credibility mattering. With Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus, Instagram, ...
But if you try sometimes, you might just get Amtrak what it needs. And a little street cred is what it needs. I wrote a column for the print issue of Better Roads not too many months ago with the headline ...
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