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Posts Tagged ‘Video’

Utah DOT: Talking Orange – Active Transportation

Friday, June 24th, 2016
Utah DOT: Talking Orange – Active Transportation

Heidi Goedhart, UDOT’s Active Transportation Manager, helps us understand what “Active Transportation” means to Utah. She talks about UDOT’s programs to keep cyclists and pedestrians safe on Utah roads, and also discusses what we are doing to promote safety in alternative modes of transportation. Road Respect and Head’s Up are two of the programs Heidi discusses.

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Oregon DOT: Planning for Tomorrow…Today!

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016
Oregon DOT: Planning for Tomorrow…Today!

Learn why planning is an important step in the project delivery process and how the Oregon Department of Transportation works with local jurisdictions and other entities to reach a common solution when addressing a transportation challenge or opportunity.

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Streetfilms: NYC Cyclists Celebrate New Amsterdam Avenue Bike Lane

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Streetfilms: NYC Cyclists Celebrate New Amsterdam Avenue Bike Lane

The realization of a protected bike lane on NYC’s Amsterdam Avenue was an epic struggle years in the making. And the good guys finally won! The reason? In NYC, Community Boards have an advisory role in transportation changes to the street and NYC DOT is required to go thru them. Although “advisory”, the boards essentially have long had veto power over safety improvements, and if you have members on the body who aren’t educated in transportation matters or favor parking spaces and traffic speeds, it can easily mean the defeat of Vision Zero efforts for things like protected bike lanes. Compounding the effect is that board members are appointed for life!

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Retro Infra: Building a Highway in America (1948 Film)

Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Retro Infra: Building a Highway in America (1948 Film)

Show the processes required to construct a two-lane (pre-Interstate) highway, as it was done back in 1948.

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AASHTO: Bike Month 2016 Recap

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
AASHTO: Bike Month 2016 Recap

Established in 1956, National Bike Month which is celebrated every May in the United States, gives individuals and organizations the opportunity to highlight the many ways bicycling benefits people and communities. In this Transportation TV retrospective we look back at National Bike Month 2016. Our video begins in the nation’s capital and take you on a tour of several states to show you the importance of bicycling to departments of transportation –aimed at building multimodal transportation systems. Biking gives citizens greater travel and recreation options and it leads to healthier more livable communities.

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Final Pitches for the DOT Smart City Challenge

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
Final Pitches for the DOT Smart City Challenge

The USDOT has pledged up to $40 million (funding subject to future appropriations) to one city to help it define what it means to be a “Smart City “and become the country’s first city to fully integrate innovative technologies – self-driving cars, connected vehicles, and smart sensors – into their transportation network.

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Washington, DC: Reagan National Airport Celebrates 75 Years

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016
Washington, DC: Reagan National Airport Celebrates 75 Years

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is celebrating 75 years of service to the nation’s capital.

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UTA Research: Improving Flash Flood Warnings

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016
UTA Research: Improving Flash Flood Warnings

A new cell phone app developed by UTA civil engineer DJ Seo and a network of ultrasound sensors could lead to more accurate warnings about flash flooding. Seo works closely with cities across North Texas and the National Weather Service.

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Why Water Infrastructure Matters: a Little Dirt…Can Hurt

Monday, June 6th, 2016
Why Water Infrastructure Matters: a Little Dirt…Can Hurt

This PSA might make you laugh, but it will also make you think about the tedious state of our nation’s water infrastructure. Would you want your water to look like this?

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Twin Cities Light Rail is a Successful Transit Solution

Friday, June 3rd, 2016
Twin Cities Light Rail is a Successful Transit Solution

The new green line light rail connecting Minneapolis to Saint Paul is one of the most recent and highly successful public transit projects. Providing better, cleaner transportation solutions, helping to increase the standard of living and connecting people to jobs, the transit solution has earned widespread community support. NECA chapters and local unions collaborated over several years of construction under tight deadlines and schedules to deliver a project done on time and on budget, receiving accolades from both Mayors of Saint Paul and Minneapolis for their professionalism.

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