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Archive for the ‘Local’ Category

Asheville, NC: Why North Carolina Needs the I-26 Connector Project

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
Asheville, NC: Why North Carolina Needs the I-26 Connector Project

This video provides an animated representation of the proposed alternatives for each section of the project, and also contains narration which further serves as a guide as to how each alternative would operate if constructed.

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Virginia DOT: Introducing the Flashing Yellow Arrow

Monday, September 29th, 2014
Virginia DOT: Introducing the Flashing Yellow Arrow

Virginia DOT describes the purpose and operation of the flashing yellow arrow, now being installed in various locations in Virginia.

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Advantage Local: Why Local Energy Ownership Matters

Monday, September 29th, 2014
Local Ownership Means More Jobs & More Local Economic Impact

INSTITUTE FOR LOCAL SELF-RELIANCE

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Michigan DOT: Personal Protective Equipment is Not Just a Fashion Statement

Friday, September 26th, 2014
Michigan DOT: Personal Protective Equipment is Not Just a Fashion Statement

MDOT safety expert Jim Gaus shows the importance of wearing the proper personal protective equipment.

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Denver, CO: Creating a Better Future With the I-70 East Corridor Project

Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Denver, CO: Creating a Better Future With the I-70 East Corridor Project

This video features the structural, safety and congestion challenges the I-70 East Corridor Project currently faces between Brighton Boulevard and Tower Road in Denver, Colorado. It presents a solution developed by CDOT and the community.

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Video: Georgia Express Lanes

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Video: Georgia Express Lanes

Georgia Express Lanes are an innovative solution to ‘manage’ traffic congestion and provide travel choices for interstate travelers. This system uses restricted access points, toll pricing, and exempt vehicles to provide more reliable travel options for motorists on Georgia DOT’s state highway.

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Pennsylvania: Replacing 558 Bridges in 4 Years

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
Map of Final Bridges - P3 RBR Bridges

PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
With the P3 approach, we can replace hundreds of these bridges more quickly, save money and minimize the impact on the traveling public. SD bridges are not unsafe but pose a serious problem that jeopardizes our ability to grow economically and create jobs. This initiative, in conjunction with Pennsylvania’s new comprehensive transportation funding law that Corbett signed on Nov. 25, 2013, will bring much needed investment to the state’s bridges.

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What It’s Like To Bike NYC Every Day

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014
What It’s Like To Bike NYC Every Day

Bike messengers Greg Ugalde and “Young Nick” Moers show what it’s like to ride a bike in heavy NYC traffic every day.

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California Transportation By The Numbers

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014
VOC, Congestion & Safety

TRIP
With a current unemployment rate of 7.4 percent and with the state’s population continuing to grow, California must improve its system of roads, highways and bridges to foster economic growth and keep businesses in the state. In addition to economic growth, transportation improvements are needed to ensure safe, reliable mobility and quality of life for all Californians. Meeting California’s need to modernize and maintain its system of roads, highways and bridges will require a significant boost in local, state and federal funding.

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Guest on The Infra Blog: Dan Sullivan, Mayor of Anchorage

Monday, September 22nd, 2014
Dan Sullivan, Mayor of Anchorage

Mayor Sullivan was elected to the Anchorage Assembly in 1999 where he served three terms, including serving as Chairman during the 2006-2007 term. He was elected Mayor in 2009 and re-elected to his second and final term in 2012.

“Here we are, a country with pretty extreme debt, at these days $17 trillion and counting, so there’s going to be more and more pressure not to spend money rather than pressure to spend more money…I think our dependency on federal dollars coming in is going to decline, and so we just have to start taking care of our own needs.”

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