Snow and Ice Removal

If there was ever a bridge in need of an anti-icing solution, it was the Ironwood Bridge on U.S. 20, a heavily traveled route circling South Bend,…
October 01, 2005
A winter storm descends on the region. Schools close. Snow drifts across roadways, creating low visibility. But one DOT employee isn’t worried about…
January 01, 2005
The U.S. spent approximately $1.5 billion in direct costs and $5 billion in indirect costs on roadway snow and ice control in 1997 alone. The direct…
October 18, 2004
Anti-icing was developed in Europe and has been used successfully in the U.S. for nearly 10 years. While the benefits include safer winter roads,…
April 12, 2004
Traditionally, removing ice from pavement can be accomplished by a combination of several methods, such as plowing, natural melting, traffic movement…
April 12, 2004
When the snow starts to fly--and it always does--the residents of Indianapolis still need to go about their daily routine regardless of the…
April 16, 2003
If only Wisconsin’s economic lights worked as well as the new high-intensity discharge lights on its snowplows, the state might be able to forecast…
March 21, 2002
p class=MsoNormal>"The" can’t be stressed enough in Columbus, Ohio. Higher education rules in this town, where Buckeye-crazed locals refer to the…
February 21, 2002
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