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Posts Tagged ‘Allegheny County’

Alleghany County, VA: Restoring the Historic Humpback Bridge

Thursday, December 5th, 2013
Alleghany County, VA: Restoring the Historic Humpback Bridge

VDOT recently used funds from the National Historic Covered Bridge Program to restore the Humpback Bridge in Alleghany County. Built in 1857, Humpback is Virginia’s oldest covered bridge. It is a National Historic Landmark and the only bridge of its kind remaining in America.

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Transit-Oriented Development for Allegheny County

Monday, February 11th, 2013

CENTER FOR TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT Executive Summary Cities and regions from coast to coast are pursuing transit-oriented development (TOD) strategies as a way to achieve many goals, including increased economic competitiveness through improved quality of life, reduced congestion, lower transportation costs for households, improved air quality, reduced costs for providing city services, and growth management. […]

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Pennsylvania: Boston Bridge Construction

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

A ton of people have been asking me to post pictures or videos on the boston bridge construction project. So I have now done that. There are 8 total parts to this and each part is anywhere from 2 minutes up to about 5 minutes. Part 1 here is the area of the bridge that […]

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