Brian W. Budzynski is the managing editor of Roads & Bridges and its quarterly supplement, Transportation Management & Engineering (TM&E).
NEW POLL: A recent study found that roundabout intersections are safer, but Americans are reluctant to embrace them. Would you be opposed to seeing more roundabout intersections knowing they are the safer option compared to traditional intersections?
- TRAFFIC SAFETY: Roundabouts are safer, research finds...but Americans still don’t like them
- New poll: A recent Illinois DOT analysis has indicated certain bridges on Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive are “intolerable” and have “advanced deterioration” and “significant section loss.” There are no plans to repair or replace them. Does this surprise you?
- Salt Lake City testing temporary roundabout, other intersection designs
- NEW POLL: The New Hampshire DOT is putting a halt on rumble striping after some residents opposed them, despite their safety success. Should the NHDOT appease their complaints or press forward with striping anyway?
- ROAD CONSTRUCTION: Major road work in New Albany, Ind., to make dangerous intersection safer