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Massachusetts DOT: Scan the Street for Wheels and Feet

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, July 12th, 2017
Massachusetts DOT: Scan the Street for Wheels and Feet

With the number of motor vehicle crashes involving pedestrians and cyclists on the rise, MassDOT has launched a campaign to promote pedestrian and bicycle safety. We all play an important role in keeping our roads safe, please do your part and “Scan the Street for Wheels and Feet.”

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Blueprint 2025: Visionary Leadership Building Tomorrow’s Opportunities

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, July 11th, 2017
Blueprint 2025: Visionary Leadership Building Tomorrow’s Opportunities

Infrastructure is our vision for the future, creating growth and opportunities for our children and grandchildren. This idea of vision, where we are going and why, is crucial; the leadership to get there and to bring everyone together to build a great project (and all projects, like all children, are great) is what we celebrate with the Leadership Forum.

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Good Question: Why Are My Water Rates Going Up?

Posted by Infra on Thursday, July 6th, 2017
Good Question: Why Are My Water Rates Going Up?

Ever wonder why your water rates are going up, even though you’re using less? Good question! And one we’d love to answer.

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Saratoga Springs, UT: Preparing Redwood Road for the Future

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, July 5th, 2017
Saratoga Springs, UT: Preparing Redwood Road for the Future

The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will improve Redwood Road south of Pioneer Crossing in Saratoga Springs over the next two years. The improvements, which are scheduled to begin this summer, are designed to reduce congestion and extend the life of the roadway.

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Washington State DOT: Bike-Friendly Washington

Posted by Infra on Friday, June 30th, 2017
Washington State DOT: Bike-Friendly Washington

Washington state offers great biking! Whether you like scenic or sensible—or a bit of both—when you bike the Evergreen State you can experience dramatic mountain vistas, serene lakes and islands, rolling hills, rushing rivers, friendly small towns and exciting big cities, beautiful trails and protected bike lanes, with transit and ferries to extend your range. Washington State Dept. of Transportation and local/regional government partners are working together to create a network of connections that let you choose healthy, active transportation. Whether you ride for utility, health, travel, or recreation, we invite you to pedal Washington.

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Nurturing Innovation for a Low-Carbon Future

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, June 27th, 2017
Nurturing Innovation for a Low-Carbon Future

Renewable energy innovation is starting to really change gears. In the last couple of years, most of the new power generation capacity added has been renewable.

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Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM): The U.S. Infrastructure Advantage

Posted by Infra on Monday, June 26th, 2017
Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM): The U.S. Infrastructure Advantage

Infrastructure impacts every aspect of our country. We rely on infrastructure to move people and goods, connect urban and rural areas, provide reliable energy and clean water, and drive economic growth. Infrastructure is essential to our way of life. Infrastructure is also the backbone of America’s economy. To have the strongest, most resilient economy in the world, America must have the best infrastructure in the world.

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Tallulah Falls, GA: Abandoned Piers of the Tallulah Falls Bridge

Posted by Infra on Friday, June 23rd, 2017
Tallulah Falls, GA: Abandoned Piers of the Tallulah Falls Bridge

The Tallulah Falls Railway crossed Tallulah Falls Lake on a 585-foot bridge built in 1913 as the lake was filling. The deck-style plate girder bridge replaced an earlier wooden truss structure. When the railroad was abandoned in the early 1960s, the steel spans were removed and recycled. The concrete piers were left standing because they had no salvage value and demolition would have been costly.

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EARTHCAM Timelapse of Bayonne Bridge – Staten Island to New Jersey

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, June 21st, 2017
EARTHCAM Timelapse of Bayonne Bridge – Staten Island to New Jersey

Progress on the Port Authority’s Bayonne Bridge “Raise the Roadway” project as of May 2017. Watch the iconic bridge gain a new roadway deck, 215 feet above mean high water – and watch as workers begin to remove the lower deck. The original roadway’s removal will allow navigational clearance for the new generation of larger, more efficient and environmentally beneficial container vessels.

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West Jordan, UT: Timelapse – Moving the Bangerter Highway Pedestrian Bridge

Posted by Infra on Friday, June 16th, 2017
West Jordan, UT: Timelapse – Moving the Bangerter Highway Pedestrian Bridge

And just like that, a pedestrian bridge on Bangerter Highway disappeared overnight (thanks to the hard work of our crews). The bridge was removed to make way for a new freeway-like interchange at 7000 South. The bridge will be relocated in Salt Lake County.

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