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Capital City Trail
Capital City Trail
Departments of Transportation are tasked with solving transportation issues before they come to fruition. This includes evaluating continuously evolving transportation networks and utilizing that data to develop new and cost-effective solutions to build safer roadways capable of handling great…
March 28, 2022
The U.S. faces an unprecedented challenge in maintaining and rehabilitating its aging transportation infrastructure. Agencies in every state are looking for innovative ways to extend the life span of the existing bridges and maximize the efficiency of their limited budgets. The recently completed…
May 05, 2021
Use of ultra-high performance concrete on the Commodore Barry Bridge
Use of ultra-high performance concrete on the Commodore Barry Bridge
Transportation agencies seeking effective asset preservation and rehabilitation strategies may want to monitor a demonstration project underway on the East Coast, where the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) is executing the country’s largest bridge deck overlay application of ultra-high…
October 26, 2020
Secretary of Transportation Jennifer Cohan and state legislators celebrate the opening of a new trail on the site of a former railroad line.
Secretary of Transportation Jennifer Cohan and state legislators celebrate the opening of a new trail on the site of a former railroad line.
There was a 2020 meme that got a good bit of traction on social media. It simply stated the year in plain black lettering—2020—and its creator gave it, like a restaurant review, a one-star rating. For many, that pretty much sums up our experiences to date. No matter who you encounter, from friends…
October 06, 2020
Toll bridges often serve as the economic engine for an entire community’s transportation system. Work on these bridges that interrupts traffic flow inevitably affects toll revenue, which can have long-lasting ripple effects on the delicate transportation ecosystem. That’s why it’s so important to…
May 01, 2020
For the past 50 years or more, mowing and herbicides have been the predominant methods used to manage nationwide roadside vegetation. New environmental laws, reduced budgets and increased public interests necessitate finding more environmentally sensitive methods, incorporating new technologies,…
April 01, 2013
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