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A rendering of what the new Multimodal Ferry Terminal will look like at Mukilteo; the new terminal is replacing a seismically vulnerable structure on a route that connects residents in Whidbey Island to the city of Mukilteo.
A rendering of what the new Multimodal Ferry Terminal will look like at Mukilteo; the new terminal is replacing a seismically vulnerable structure on a route that connects residents in Whidbey Island to the city of Mukilteo.
The Pennsylvania DOT has selected Modjeski and Masters as prime consultant for its I-81/S.R. 115 Interchange Reconstruction project. The major…
December 17, 2020
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RoadQuake RAPTOR rumble strip handling machine transports, deploys, realigns and retrieves RoadQuake temporary portable rumble strips (TPRS) in work…
November 14, 2020
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We’re excited to offer you a set of on-demand training courses, the topics cover key transportation safety solutions. They are designed to help you…
October 01, 2020
teton pass
CrashGard sand barrels act as a crash cushion along the Teton Pass in Wyoming.
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Wyoming is known for its striking, rugged landscape and the highways that wind through it. The state is a tourist destination in the summer and…
September 29, 2020
Orange County Transportation Authority Awards Iteris $4.7M For Traffic Signal Synch
Source: Iteris
Iteris Inc. has received the formal notice to proceed for a $4.7 million initiative with the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) for a…
September 29, 2020
Today, the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) officially announced the “Health and Safety Commitments Program,” the public…
September 09, 2020
In this episode, we speak with Hazen.ai CEO Sohaib Khan about the present state of road traffic safety and get the skinny on a new AI-based traffic…
August 27, 2020
State Street Chicago
State Street in Chicago is considered a high-crash corridor. All images: Chicago DOT
In 2016, the City of Chicago adopted the ambitious goal of Vision Zero—eliminating all traffic fatalities and serious injuries.  Since the initial…
July 29, 2020
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