Bradley International Airport, a civil/military airport in Connecticut, has broken ground on its new $210m (£167m) Ground Transportation Center.
Sacyr Neopul, a subsidiary of Spanish construction firm Sacyr specialising in the electrification and maintenance of railway tracks, has been awarded four new rail infrastructure projects worth €99.8m (£90.1m) in Spain and Ireland.
Norfolk County Council’s Cabinet has agreed on Norwich Western Link, a preferred route for a new link road that would improve travel between A47 and Broadland Northway west of Norwich.
HS2 has unveiled designs for a new automated people mover that will connect the Interchange Station with new stops at Birmingham Airport, Birmingham International Station, and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC).
Highways England, a government-owned company for operating, maintaining and improving England's motorways, is seeking potential contractors to deliver upgrades to the A303 between Amesbury and Berwick Down near Stonehenge in southeast England.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) in the US has broken ground on the second phase of its curbside expansion project.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed a $1.3bn (£1bn) loan agreement with the Philippines government for the $6.1bn (£4.8bn) Malolos–Clark Railway Project.
A consortium of McConnell Dowell Constructors, Mott MacDonald Australia, Arup Group has won a contract for the A$354m (£197m) Regency Road to Pym Street project as part of the North-South Corridor, in Adelaide, South Australia.
The UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) has approved an investment of £150m to upgrade Gatwick Airport train station.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has unveiled plans for a new $105m (£83.8m) full-time train station in Elmont, New York in the US.
Cardiff City Council leader Councillor Huw Thomas has called for a new £1bn transportation plan, including a light rail/tram network connecting major population centres and new suburbs in west to Cardiff Central, to cut congestion and improve air quality in the Welsh capital.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to provide a loan of $235m (£187.6m) for the development of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system to improve the public transport system in Karachi, Pakistan.
Highways England, a government-owned company for operating, maintaining and improving England's motorways, is planning to upgrade one of the motorway junctions on the M3, junction 9 at Winchester in Hampshire.
Strabag Rail, a subsidiary of Austrian construction firm Strabag, has secured a contract worth €150m (£134.6m) for the modernisation of a railway section in Czech Republic.
The Armadale Access Alliance has won a contract worth A$134m (£75m) from the McGowan Government in Western Australia for the Armadale Road to North Lake Road bridge project.
Full-service infrastructure consulting firm T.Y. Lin International (TYLI) has announced the opening of the new Samuel De Champlain Bridge over the St. Lawrence River in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
The New Zealand Transport Agency has selected Advance consortium, comprising Fulton Hogan, HEB Construction, Aurecon and WSP-Opus, as the preferred alliance to deliver Te Ahu a Turanga: Manawatū Tararua Highway project.
A joint venture of Implenia and Acciona has been awarded a contract worth €650m (£582m) to build Sandbukta - Moss - Såstad (SMS 2A) project, a new railway line through the town of Moss in Norway.
The Alaska Railroad Corporation (ARRC) and the Alaska to Alberta Railway Development Corporation (A2A) have signed an agreement to build a 1,500-mile rail connection between Alaska and Canada.
African Development Fund (ADF) has given its approval for a loan of $81.67m (£64.3m) to co-finance sections of the 695km Eastern Corridor road in Ghana.