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Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

Chicago: Ride Along on the Red Line ‘L’

Thursday, November 13th, 2014
Chicago: Ride Along on the Red Line ‘L’

The CTA has more than 224 miles of railroad tracks across Chicago and surrounding suburbs, serving the agency’s eight rail lines. In an average weekday, there are about 2,200 train trips making stops at the system’s 145 rail stations. For more than 100 years, the ‘L’ has offered a unique perspective of Chicago.

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West Virginia DOT: How the Salt Shortage Affects Your Commute

Monday, November 10th, 2014
West Virginia DOT: How the Salt Shortage Affects Your Commute

Jim Moore, District 9 Maintenance Engineer, explains how the WVDOH plans to cope with the hike in salt prices.

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NYC Marathon 2014: Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014
New York City: Verrazano-Narrows, the Marathon Bridge

Now celebrating its fiftieth year, MTA Bridges and Tunnels’ Verrazano-Narrows Bridge has been the starting point for the NYC Marathon since 1976. MTA congratulates the 50,564 finishers of this year’s marathon.

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Utah DOT: Integrating All Modes of Transportation

Monday, November 3rd, 2014
Utah DOT: Integrating All Modes of Transportation

This video explains improvements UDOT is making across the signals system, including an explanation how the radar works for vehicle and bicycle detection. Over the last year integrated transportation was implemented on projects on Redwood Road, S.R. 68.

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McCall, ID: Moving the Lardo Bridge Inch by Inch

Friday, October 31st, 2014
McCall, ID: Moving the Lardo Bridge Inch by Inch

Time lapse video shows the investment in time and manpower required to move McCall, Idaho’s Lardo Bridge just a few feet from its original location.

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Akron, OH: All About That Bus

Thursday, October 30th, 2014
Washington, DC: All About That Bus

We’re all about that bus and we hope you are, too :)
-Akron METRO RTA on YouTube

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Milton, KY: Time Lapse Video of Milton-Madison Bridge Milestones

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
Milton, KY: Time Lapse Video of Milton-Madison Bridge Milestones

This video highlights the construction milestones of the Milton-Madison Bridge, which include the rising of the trusses into place on temporary piers…the blasts that brought down the old bridge…and the amazing slide of the new bridge onto its permanent piers. The half-mile structure was slid 55 feet making this the longest bridge slide of its type in North America — perhaps the world.

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Freight Matters: Washington State Farmers Feed the World

Monday, October 27th, 2014
Freight Matters: Washington State Farmers Feed the World

Chad Denny and his family grow wheat in eastern Washington and sell it to local mills and to the world. Their grain ships to their customers by road, highway, freight railroad, and the river system. How can our freight routes support family farmers? See the Washington State Freight Mobility Plan for more.

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South Davis, UT: True Love Tested by a Lane Split

Friday, October 24th, 2014
South Davis, UT: True Love Tested by a Lane Split

On I-15 in the South Davis project lanes will be split to allow crews to work in the middle. Two lanes will be shifted to the inside of the interstate and two lanes will be shifted to the outside. This video will help explain how the lane shift will work.

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Lowell, MI: Sliding the Alden Nash Avenue Bridge Into Place

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
Lowell, MI: Sliding the Alden Nash Avenue Bridge Into Place

The new bridge will be constructed adjacent to the existing bridge and traffic will be diverted to the new bridge in its temporary location. The old structure was demolished and the new bridge was slid into place. Bridge slide technology greatly reduces the amount of time a bridge is out of service. M-50 was closed and detoured for only two weekends (during demolition and during the slide), as opposed to a multiple-month closure typically associated with a traditional bridge replacement.

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