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Seattle, WA: Agony Alley

Posted by Infra on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
Seattle, WA: Agony Alley

The average Seattle driver wastes 48 hours a year sitting in “agony alley.” What can a citizen do? By switching from driving to transit, a Seattle-area driver can save time and money — more than $12,000 a year! How’s that for green?

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Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis: The Benefits of Increased Rail Investment

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis: The Benefits of Increased Rail Investment

Freight railroads are making significant investments in Ninth District states. Phil Davies presents an overview of the cover story of the April 2015 issue of the fedgazette.

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Placer County, CA: Expanding with Broadband

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, April 21st, 2015
Placer County, CA: Expanding with Broadband

Rural Sheridan Elementary School had an extremely slow internet connection which inhibited learning. So they collaborated with Placer County to do something about it and – what a difference some megs make! Watch the video for the amazing results!

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Bountiful, UT: 400 N Bridge Demolition in 45 Seconds

Posted by Infra on Monday, April 20th, 2015
Bountiful, UT: 400 N Bridge Demolition in 45 Seconds

Watch UDOT crews completely demolish the bridge over I-15 at 400 North in 45 seconds. The freeway was shut down in both directions overnight on the South Davis Improvements Project to complete the work.

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Granite Creek Watershed, AZ: Working with the Community

Posted by Infra on Friday, April 17th, 2015
Granite Creek Watershed, AZ: Working with the Community

This video features Michael Byrd, Executive Director of the Prescott Creeks Preservation Association, describing some of the challenges faced by Granite Creek Watershed communities (e.g. perennial water flow, drinking water source, and water quality issues) and how the organization uses conservation, restoration, and education to address these challenges.

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North Carolina: Active Routes to School

Posted by Infra on Thursday, April 16th, 2015
North Carolina: Active Routes to School

In a joint partnership with North Carolina’s Division of Public Health, NCDOT is proud to support North Carolina’s Active Routes to School Program. Sponsoring events at schools around the state, the Active Routes to School Program is making a positive impact on the lives of many of our younger citizens.

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Streetfilms: Tour de Staten Island 2015

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
Streetfilms: Tour de Staten Island 2015

Transportation Alternatives’ 5th annual Tour de Staten Island showed off some of the best biking highlights in S.I.

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Oregon DOT: Keeping Local Businesses Local

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Oregon DOT: Keeping Local Businesses Local

Oregon Department of Transportation built an on-ramp to the Redmond Reroute to help keep Central Oregon Truck Company in Central Oregon.

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San Francisco Sewers: You Can’t Live a Day Without Me

Posted by Infra on Monday, April 13th, 2015
San Francisco Sewers: You Can’t Live a Day Without Me

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, the City agency that brought national attention to your sewers using slogans like “No one deals with more crap than I do” and “Your #2 is my #1,” is now debuting a rap song!

“You Can’t Live a Day Without Me” is a rap video about the San Francisco sewers with cameos by ex-49ers great Ronnie Lott and former San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr.

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Gwinnett County, GA: Extending Express Lanes on I-85

Posted by Infra on Friday, April 10th, 2015
Gwinnett County, GA: Extending Express Lanes on I-85

Overview of the I-85 Express Lanes Extension project in Gwinnett County. The project begin north of the existing express lanes on I-85 at Old Peachtree Road and would extend to Hamilton Mill Road.

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