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Posts Tagged ‘Florida’

FL DOT: Traffic Safety and Signals

Thursday, October 10th, 2013
FL DOT: Traffic Safety and Signals

Learn about how vehicular and pedestrian traffic signals are engineered on state roads such as where they are installed, how long lights run, what types of lights are utilized. – MyFDOT on YouTube.

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Analyzing the Effects of Transit Network Change: A Case Study of Tallahassee, Florida

Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Analyzing the Effects of Transit Network Change

On July 11, 2011, StarMetro, the local public transit agency in Tallahassee, Florida, restructured its entire bus network from a downtown-focused radial system to a decentralized, grid-like system that local officials and agency leaders believed would better serve the dispersed local pattern of population and employment.

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New House Transportation Committee Member Will Advocate for High Speed Rail

Friday, January 25th, 2013

Transportation Issues Daily Newly-elected Representative Rick Nolan brings some real-world Congressional and transportation experience to his role on the House Transportation Committee issues. Nolan, a Democrat (D-FL) who will represent Minnesota’s 8th District, served in the House from 1975 and 1982. (He’s about to learn how today’s House is nothing like the House when he […]

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Venus, FL: Green Building Timelapse at Archbold

Friday, December 14th, 2012

Green Building video with a timelapse of the construction of Archbold’s new Frances Archbold Hufty Learning Center and Adrian Archbold Lodge. These two LEED Platinum certified buildings include green features like pervious pavement, a cistern, low-flow fixtures, hi-efficiency lighting, solar water heater, and Florida-Friendly Landscaping. – ArchboldExpeditions on YouTube.

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Valuing Florida’s Clean Water

Friday, November 30th, 2012

In 1998 the EPA adopted the Clean Water Action Plan, which stated that excessive nutrient pollution results in greater than expected growth of macrophytes or phytoplankton, and potentially harmful algae blooms or outbreaks leading to declining oxygen levels, an imbalance among aquatic species, public health risks, and a general degradation of the aquatic resource. The “Key Action” for addressing nutrient over-enrichment was a requirement that states develop and implement numeric limits on the amount of so-called “nutrients” – phosphorus and nitrogen – allowed in waterbodies by the year 2004.

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Expanded Transportation Performance Measures

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Growth management has attempted to manage the pace of development while providing or improving transportation services to the users of the transportation system. However, these efforts have largely focused on automobile travelers. The majority of the statutory rules, measurements, management strategies and accountability have been framed in terms of passenger vehicle trips.

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North American Port Analysis: Preparing for the First Post-Panamax Decade

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

The expansion of the Panama Canal to accommodate vessels capable of carrying up to 12,500 containers will alter global trade routes, and is already promoting the advancement of the science of logistics.

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Great American Infrastructure: Seven-Mile Bridge, FL

Friday, July 13th, 2012

This is the twenty-first in a series of entries celebrating infrastructure achievements in the United States. What: The Seven-Mile Bridge is one of the longest bridges in America and was at the time of its completion (in 1982), the longest continuous concrete segmental bridge in the world. When: There are two bridges in the same […]

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Okaloosa County, FL: State Road 85/123 Interchange Flyover Project

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

The S.R. 85/123 interchange improvement project includes widening S.R. 85 to six lanes between General Bond Boulevard and the Northwest Florida Regional Airport. In addition, a flyover ramp is being constructed on S.R. 85 northbound to allow traffic to connect seamlessly with S.R. 123. The new ramp will alleviate delays as northbound drivers attempt to […]

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Talking Infrastructure at the Surface Transportation & High Speed Rail Summit 2012 – Washington, DC

Monday, March 19th, 2012

This is the third in a series of posts

Steven CF Anderson, Managing Director of InfrastructureUSA was a participant at the US High Speed Rail Association’s 2012 summit, held from February 28th to March 1st in Washington, DC.

During the event, Steven had the opportunity to speak with Chairman of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee John Mica, Congressman David Price, Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, and Congresswoman Louise Slaughter.

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