September 2019 issue

Sept. 19, 2019

The September 2019 issue of Roads & Bridges is dedicated to winter maintenance. In this issue, find stories on how cities can optimize snow removal to boost road safety and save dollars by accumulating useful data from a variety of sources; how several DOTs and municipalities were eager to help assess the effectiveness of an innovative mobile sensor designed specifically for snowplows; how using smart spreading technologies could help lower costs of salting icy roadways and boost safety; and how state DOTs are addressing corrosion mitigation.

The September 2019 issue of Roads & Bridges is dedicated to winter maintenance. In this issue, find stories on how cities can optimize snow removal to boost road safety and save dollars by accumulating useful data from a variety of sources; how several DOTs and municipalities were eager to help assess the effectiveness of an innovative mobile sensor designed specifically for snowplows; how using smart spreading technologies could help lower costs of salting icy roadways and boost safety; and how state DOTs are addressing corrosion mitigation.

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