Support for InfrastructureUSA.org
has been provided by these organizations and individuals:

John Hennessy III,
P.E.

Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

New York City: The Importance of Transportation Infrastructure

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
New York City: The Importance of Transportation Infrastructure

Transportation-oriented development has made NYC and the region what we are today. The MTA and NYC Real Estate are partners in that tradition. Listen to REBNY Chairman, Rob Speyer, Thomas F. Prendergast, Chairman, CEO, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Polly Trottenberg, Commissioner, NYC Department of Transportation, Mitchell L. Moss of New York University’s Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management, Henry Hart Rice Professor of Urban Policy and Planning discuss major transportation upgrades and challenges.

View this complete post...

Saving Lives With Sustainable Transport

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
Saving Lives With Sustainable Transport

Today, more than half the world’s population live in cities. And another 1.5 billion people will be added to city populations by 2030. Over 1.2 million people die in traffic crashes every year. That’s eight Boeing 747’s every single day.

We present here how research-based transportation and public space solutions that save lives.

This video draws on examples from examples from Brazil, India, Mexico, and Turkey. We look at how traffic fatalities, injuries, and crashes can be reduced through Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), more cycling and walking, as well as better city design.

View this complete post...

ASCE Sustainability Music Video

Monday, January 19th, 2015
ASCE Sustainability Music Video

A sustainable civil engineering-themed parody of the song “Young, Wild and Free,” performed by the Los Angeles Younger Member Forum of ASCE. “ASCE Sustainability” was awarded an honorable mention in ASCE’s 2014 Student and Younger Member Music Video Contest.

View this complete post...

Federal Highway Administration: Making Walking & Biking Safer

Friday, January 16th, 2015
Federal Highway Administration: Making Walking & Biking Safer

See how FHWA and its partners collaborate to make biking and walking safer, affordable, more accessible, and an integral part of livable communities. To learn more about how FHWA works, visit http://www.fhwa.dot.gov

View this complete post...

Jacksonville, FL: Florida’s Number One Container Port

Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
Jacksonville, FL: Florida’s Number One Container Port

Jacksonville Florida, home to one and a half million people, is Florida’s number one container port…The city’s location along the nation’s rail and highway network make Jacksonville a natural gateway…The Jacksonville Port Authority, known as JAXPORT, offers shippers access to more than 120 million square feet of distribution center and warehousing space, including 31 million cubic feet for refrigerated cargo.

View this complete post...

Arizona DOT: Progress on the US 89 Cameron Roadway

Monday, January 12th, 2015
Arizona DOT: Progress on the US 89 Cameron Roadway

The Arizona Department of Transportation is improving US 89 between State Route 64 and the Little Colorado River through Cameron on the Navajo Nation, located approximately 50 miles north of Flagstaff. This project is planned to be constructed in two main phases, with completion anticipated in Fall 2016.

View this complete post...

Shenandoah, PA: Drone Video of Locust Mountain Wind Turbines

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015
Shenandoah, PA: Drone Video of Locust Mountain Wind Turbines

A short video of wind turbines taken Saturday, December 27, 2014 atop Locust Mountain off Route 924, just east of Shenandoah Heights, in Schuykill County, PA.

View this complete post...

Ophir, OR: Replacing a Washed-Out Highway

Monday, January 5th, 2015
Ophir, OR: Replacing a Washed-Out Highway

Tidewater Contractors is wrapping up replacement of a washed out culvert on U.S. 101 at Ophir, about 10 miles north of Gold Beach. The highway sank on the afternoon of Dec. 21, causing ODOT to detour Oregon Coast Highway traffic to Ophir Road.

View this complete post...

Can Nuclear Energy Save the World?

Thursday, January 1st, 2015
Can Nuclear Energy Save the World?

Nuclear engineers Leslie Dewan and Mark Massie share their progress on creating safer and more efficient nuclear energy technologies to power the world and address the looming threat of climate change.

View this complete post...

Video: How to Build Climate Resilience & Create Jobs

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014
Video: How to Build Climate Resilience & Create Jobs

infoDev’s Climate Technology Program (CTP) aims to transform climate change challenges into market opportunities by offering a suite of local and global programs and financing that build in-country and international innovation capacity in cleantech. As a result, the CTP enables developing country entrepreneurs to be more proactively and profitably involved in one of the most promising sectors of the 21st century.

View this complete post...

Receive Infra Update, our email newsletter.

Follow InfraUSA on Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr
Show us your infra! Show us your infra!

Video, stills and tales. Share images of the Infra in your community that demands attention. Post your ideas about national Infra issues. Go ahead. Show Us Your Infra!  Upload and instantly share your message.

Polls Polls

Is the administration moving fast enough on Infra issues? Are Americans prepared to pay more taxes for repairs? Should job creation be the guiding determination? Vote now!

Views

What do the experts think? This is where the nation's public policy organizations, trade associations and think tanks weigh in with analysis on Infra issues. Tell them what you think.  Ask questions.  Share a different view.

Blog

The Infra Blog offers cutting edge perspective on a broad spectrum of Infra topics. Frequent updates and provocative posts highlight hot button topics -- essential ingredients of a national Infra dialogue.