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Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

Colorado DOT: Managing I-70 through Progressive Thinking

Monday, June 12th, 2017
Colorado DOT: Managing I-70 through Progressive Thinking

I-70: More than 2,000 miles of the highway reaches from Utah all the way to Maryland. Yet no stretch is more captivating than the Rocky Mountain corridor. With 2.1 million cars maneuvering through congestion, constrained roads and tight curves, the Colorado Department of Transportation manages I-70 by implementing progressive ideas–as inspiring as the mountains themselves.

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Unpacked: Why does the U.S. need energy innovation?

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017
Unpacked: Why does the U.S. need energy innovation?

Brookings Senior Fellow Mark Muro and Devashree Saha discuss the declining number of patents and ventures capital funds going to clean technology in the United States. They also explain why investing in energy innovation is important for the U.S. economy and fighting climate change.

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Congressional Roadblock

Friday, June 2nd, 2017
Congressional Roadblock

The current infrastructure permitting process is insane – even crazier than you can imagine. And only Congress can fix it. Congress needs to do it’s job and streamline the approval process and get America building. Our nation’s economic competitiveness depends on it.

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Ironton, OH: Demolition of Old Ironton-Russell Bridge

Friday, May 26th, 2017
Ironton, OH: Demolition of Old Ironton-Russell Bridge

After serving for nearly 100 years, the old Ironton-Russell Bridge was finally demolished this May. Much of the bridge had already been removed, and the final segment was dropped into the water by controlled detonation.

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Colorado DOT: Ideas in Motion

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017
Colorado DOT: Ideas in Motion

Calling Colorado’s busiest corridor just a highway would be an understatement. For half a century, I-25 has connected people and industry, supporting the state’s economy and vitality. As Colorado’s population grows, so do the demands on this interstate. That’s why CDOT remains committed to keeping Colorado in motion–from a $323 economic-boosting project in Denver to the addition of multiple modes of transit between Johnstown and Fort Collins to reducing congestion in Douglas County.

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First Recipients of the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program

Friday, May 19th, 2017
First Recipients of the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program

DC Water and the Water Environment Federation congratulate the recipients of the first certifications under the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP). The certification is designed to meet international best practice standards while supporting community-based job creation and establishing national standards for work on green infrastructure projects. For more information, please visit www.ngicp.org.

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Los Angeles: 360 Degree Video Tour of LA Subway

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
Los Angeles: 360 Degree Video Tour of LA Subway

Look up. Look down. Look all around as you bore under the city of Los Angeles, 60 feet below the brew pubs and poke shops with a crew of hardhats and the mechanical gopher of a machine that’s clawing out a new subway route.

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Atlanta, GA: I-85 Bridge Rebuild Time Lapse

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Atlanta, GA: I-85 Bridge Rebuild Time Lapse

A time lapse video showing the progress of the I-85 rebuild project at Piedmont Road.

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Seattle, WA: SR 520 Floating Bridge Documentary

Friday, April 28th, 2017
Seattle, WA: SR 520 Floating Bridge Documentary

This short documentary tells the story of the new floating bridge across Lake Washington in Seattle, Washington. The bridge was a project of the SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program and opened to traffic in April 2016.

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Oregon DOT: OR 224 and Tong Road Landslide Repairs

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017
Oregon DOT: OR 224 and Tong Road Landslide Repairs

After multiple slides closed OR 224 in late February. Contractors got to work to stabilize the slope using various techniques. Crews are working six days a week and OR 224 should open in late April.

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