Trailers

Article June 05, 2008
There is little denying that an expansion of rapid transit in the Dallas area is sorely needed. It is reported that northern Texans spend, on average, about 61 hours of every year sitting in traffic. Meanwhile, projections for traffic volume on I-35E, the main artery into and out of the city from...
Article April 02, 2008
When the cover came off at Traffic Expo, the phrase “totally tubular” was released back into the atmosphere. Energy Absorption Systems Inc., Chicago, unveiled what will probably be the most talked about work-zone safety innovation in years at the American Traffic Safety Services Association’s (...
Article October 23, 2003
Trailers are available in all shapes and sizes, even custom-made to fit a specific piece of equipment. ROADS & BRIDGES has gathered a sample of recent introductions of trailers to illustrate what's new. We hope you will find a trailer here to suit your application. Sliding on air The Intraax...
Article October 31, 2001
To Transport, [is] to convey by carriage from place to place; . . ." –Walker, John, A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary and Expositor of the English Language, New York, Collins and Hannay, 1827. So was one common use of the word "transport" in the early 19th century. And this usage still applies...
Article October 31, 2001
Amid continued gloomy news about the economic slowdown and the loss of jobs, especially in the manufacturing sector, there are Amid continued gloomy news about the economic slowdown and the loss of jobs, especially in the manufacturing sector, there are two bits of information that are encouraging...
Article December 28, 2000
Contractors approach their jobs with a commitment to quality, a prototype for the construction industry today. Maintaining this commitment can be an arduous task when equipment either fails or is simply outdated. As many contractors and equipment owners know, a healthy fleet of equipment is vital...
Article December 28, 2000
Meekly following behind powerful trucks, carrying glamorous pieces of construction equipment on its backs, trailers, and its contribution to construction, are often disregarded and over looked. Modest in design these 'Plain Janes' do not sport the high profile features common among other equipment...
Article December 28, 2000
From New York to California. In the trailer business, it isn’t that easy. Due to a contrast in legislation, designers are always thinking from New York, to Pennsylvania, to Ohio, to Indiana. Each state has its own set of limitations, meaning one almost has to take a tailor-made trailer approach. "...
Article December 28, 2000
This month, ROADS & BRIDGES features what some may say is a rather unheralded piece of equipment in the construction equipment industry: the truck trailer. The trailer, which is used to haul equipment and material that may cost tens of thousands of dollars, simply hauls its load from point A to...
Article December 28, 2000
Fold-over ramps, beds that tilt, beds that fold, axles that slide apart to accommodate heavier loads—Trail-Eze trailers, by DakFold-over ramps, beds that tilt, beds that fold, axles that slide apart to accommodate heavier loads—Trail-Eze trailers, by Dakota Manufacturing Co. Inc., Mitchell, S.D.,...
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