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Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

James Siegal: Our Cities Need to Focus on Playability, Not Just Walkability

Thursday, April 21st, 2016
James Siegal: Our Cities Need to Focus on Playability, Not Just Walkability

We’ve done a great job making our cities walkable and bike friendly. But James Siegal argues it’s time to think about the kids and build play directly into daily life, in parks, on sidewalks and even bus stops. Building playgrounds as oases is not enough — cities need to embrace playability and create a new generation of kids who can play until the sun goes down.

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Twin Cities, MN: A Day in the Life of Metro Bus Operators

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016
Twin Cities, MN: A Day in the Life of Metro Bus Operators

Angela Wilson has been a Metro Transit bus operator for 19 years. Duane Moore has 26 years on the job. Here’s a short, behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to drive a bus.

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San Diego, CA: Fixing a Broken Intersection in City Heights

Thursday, April 14th, 2016
San Diego, CA: Fixing a Broken Intersection in City Heights

District 9 Council Representative Rudy Vargas-Lima, confirmed that the City will move forward creating a “marked crosswalk” with “rectangular rapid flash beacons” and that the project is funded, but not scheduled at this time…The intersection falls just outside the El Cajon Mobility Study, an ongoing project to develop infrastructure improvements that benefit the Rapid Bus service and make the corridor more friendly to pedestrians and cyclists.

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ESIF: Making Smart Homes a Reality

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
ESIF: Making Smart Homes a Reality

Watch how NREL researchers are using the unique capabilities of the Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF) to develop technologies that will help the “smart” homes and buildings of the future perform efficiently and communicate effectively with the electricity grid while enhancing occupants’ comfort and convenience.

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Louisville, CO: Aerial Footage of the US 36 Diverging Diamond Interchange

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
Louisville, CO: Aerial Footage of the US 36 Diverging Diamond Interchange

The Colorado DOT took to the skies to show off the magnificent infrastructure of the diverging diamond interchange at the intersection of US 36 and McCaslin Boulevard.

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Utah DOT: Top 2016 Construction Projects

Thursday, April 7th, 2016
Utah DOT: Top 2016 Construction Projects

More than 150 projects are scheduled this season statewide to improve mobility now and in the future. These projects are designed to enhance safety for drivers and pedestrians, improve the flow of traffic and keep Utah’s roads in good condition.

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Nashville, TN: The NashvilleNext Comprehensive Plan

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
Nashville, TN: The NashvilleNext Comprehensive Plan

NashvilleNext, a three-year regional planning effort providing a 25-year vision for Metro Nashville/Davidson County, Tennessee, has been named recipient of the American Planning Association’s (APA) prestigious 2016 Daniel Burnham Award for a Comprehensive Plan.

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Filling up Seats in Cars: The Future of Driving

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
Filling up Seats in Cars: The Future of Driving

Everyday we ignore a surplus of transportation capacity: the empty seats in the vast majority of cars on the road. But as driving attitudes, data, and technology change, it’s becoming easier for people to share rides — taking cars off the road and easing congestion.

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2016 ASCE OCEA Finalist: Lake Mead Intake Shafts

Friday, April 1st, 2016
2016 ASCE OCEA Finalist: Lake Mead Intake Shafts

The world’s deepest subaqueous tunnel safeguards the current capacity of the Southern Nevada Water Authority against extremely low lake water levels. Learn about the Lake Mead Intake No. 3 Shafts and Tunnel Project, a 2016 ASCE Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement.

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Lake Quinsigamond, MA: Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge Construction Time-Lapse

Thursday, March 31st, 2016
Lake Quinsigamond, MA: Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge Construction Time-Lapse

Watch progress for the Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge Replacement Project with EarthCam’s time-lapse movie. See construction for the new 870-foot-long bridge from August 2012 to November 2015 with stunning HD imagery.

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