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Archive for the ‘Local’ Category

Colorado DOT: New AWOS on its Way

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Colorado DOT: New AWOS on its Way

Crews are now underway with the installation of the latest addition to Colorado’s network of mountain automated weather observing systems (AWOS). The latest AWOS will be located on the summit of Dakota Hill near Rollins Pass, north-northwest of Central City, Colorado at an elevation of 10,929 feet MSL.

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Tampa, FL: Taking Transportation Beyond the Bus!

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016
Tampa, FL: Taking Transportation Beyond the Bus!

HART isn’t your parents’ old bus company! We are changing the way we think about public transportation. Join us as we go Beyond the Bus!

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A Fork in the Road? The Outlook for Transportation Infrastructure in the City and County of Milwaukee

Friday, September 16th, 2016
Milwaukee, WI: Snapshot: Fiscal Outlook for Transportation Infrastructure Needs

While citizens have varying views and expectations regarding the role and responsibilities of local governments, most would agree that providing, maintaining, and updating public infrastructure is a fundamental governmental responsibility. On the local level, that responsibility extends from streets and buses, to sewer and water systems, to fire and police equipment, to parks and cultural facilities, to public buildings that citizens use to access government services.

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Labor Day 2016: Walking the Mackinac Bridge

Monday, September 12th, 2016
Labor Day 2016: Walking the Mackinac Bridge

The #MightyMacWalk16 condensed to about two minutes.

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NYC: L Train Closure and Mitigation

Thursday, September 8th, 2016
NYC

The L has become synonymous with the Brooklyn brand; ridership at Brooklyn’s Bedford Avenue station has increased more than thirty percent since 2010. The L train’s surrounding Brooklyn communities will absorb the economic impact of this tunnel closure: jobs, commutes dining and nightlife will be affected.

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Oregon DOT: Recycling Historic Bridges

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
Oregon DOT: Recycling Historic Bridges

As part of the Siuslaw Bridge Cathodic Projection project, historic bridge rails are being offered to local agencies and organizations. The remaining rails are being sold through BRING Recycling, a Eugene organization that has worked to preserve removed pieces of these beautiful historic bridges.

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Commuter Flows: Employment and Residence Patterns in Greater Boston

Monday, September 5th, 2016
MAP 1: WHERE DO BOSTON RESIDENTS WORK? (BY CENSUS TRACT)

Cities and towns are not closed economic systems, and commuting patterns reflect interactions within the regional economy. Workers who reside in one town may work in a neighboring town. Jobs in a given town may be filled by a combination of resident workers and commuters. This report examines residential and employment patterns in the greater Boston area and the resulting commuter flows.

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Layton, UT: Time-Testing ThrU Turns

Monday, September 5th, 2016
Layton, UT: Time-Testing ThrU Turns

We put the ThrU Turns on Hill Field Road to the test. This video shows how long it took to get from Main Street to Southbound I-15 before construction, compared to now with the ThrU Turns.

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Livability Near High-Traffic Streets

Friday, September 2nd, 2016
Measuring traffic

Shortly after the advent of cars, a conflict arose between moving traffic and residential livability. The typical response was to push traffic off residential streets and onto nearby major roads. This line of thinking evolved into a more hierarchical approach to street network design and what are known as arterial roads designed to carry the vast majority of vehicle traffic.

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Las Vegas, NV: “Centennial Bowl” Interchange Construction Update

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
Las Vegas, NV: “Centennial Bowl” Interchange Construction Update

There is less than a year of construction left on the $47 million U.S. 95 / 215 Beltway interchange, or Centennial Bowl, in northwest Las Vegas.

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