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by Lloyd Middleton and Mitch King
Using compost for environmentally sound roadside slopes is one time when waste pays off.
by Pamela Mathis
The Utah DOT shares the know-how that it gained from managing transportation for such a major event.
by John J. Sullivan IV
A showcase program in Florida spurs local implementation of proven highway technologies.
by Kathleen A. Bergeron
Videoconferencing can be a cheaper, faster, safer way to spread the news about the latest transportation innovations.
by Richard F. Weingroff
President Eisenhower's interest in good roads began in 1919 and resulted in the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956—be he had to fight for his Grand Plan.
by Norah Davis
Building a bridge that will overlook Hoover Dam—and enhance it—is a once-in-a-lifetime engineering challenge.
by Dan Sunde
Washington State's safety management system helps communities to reduce crash rates and save lives.
by Tracy N. Busch and Keri A. Funderburg
A tunneling method used in Russia to run a highway beneath a train track could prove beneficial in the United States in some situations.
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