GETTING ONLINE: IT KEEPS GETTING EASIER (English)

BETTER ROADS -CHICAGO THEN ILLINOIS-

Document information

  • Title:
    GETTING ONLINE: IT KEEPS GETTING EASIER
  • Journal / Series:
  • Volume:
    70
  • Page:
    28-30
  • Publisher:
    WILLIAM O DANNHAUSEN
  • Year of publication:
    2000
  • Size:
    3 pages
  • ISSN:
  • Type of media:
    Article (Journal)
  • Type of material:
    Print
  • Language:
    English
  • Classification:
    DDC:    625.7

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ARTBA'S RESEARCH ON INDUSTRY GROWTH
| 2000
12
SUPERPAVE 2000: WHERE WE ARE NOW
| 2000
13
THE TOP PRODUCTS FROM 2000 Readers' inquiries rank this year's top 20 products in our annual report
| 2000
14
WHITE RIVER BRIDGE USES QUADRIPOD PYLONS Details about one of only a few center-supported bridges in the world
| 2000
15
BRIDGE RESEARCH FOCUSES ON DESIGN PROBLEMS
| 2000
15
ARE AMERICAN ROADS READY FOR HYBRIDS?
| 2000
15
HAS TEA-21 CREATED HEAVEN FOR CONTRACTORS? A staff report looks at the issues around who wins the most under TEA-21
| 2000
15
...COVINGTON COUNTY CONTROLS EROSION ON DIRT ROADS
| 2000
15
BRIDGE REHABILITATION: ECE MEANS REHAB WITH TRAFFIC Electrochemical chloride extraction offers a promising new technology for rehabilitating and protecting concrete components of bridges
| 2000
15
WHICH TO CHOOSE: CONCRETE OR PLASTIC PIPE?
| 2000
15
CRUSHER CUTS AGGREGATE ROAD MAINTENANCE COSTS
Leibbrand, L. | 2000
16
TURNPIKE BRIDGE PROJECT BEATS DIFFICULTIES
Warnquist, I. V. | 2000
16
HOW SAFE ARE OUR BRIDGES? Details about inspection technology for suspension bridges
| 2000
17
WAYS TO PROTECT CREWS IN MOBILE WORK ZONES A review of helpful information available from the TIC at the University of Wisconsin
| 2000
17
DROPPED YOUR LAPTOP YET? YOU WILL!
Nesdore, P. | 2000
17
ISSUES MOUNT OVER PAVING FABRIC USAGE
| 2000
17
HOW TO IMPLEMENT ROAD ASSET MANAGEMENT A look at the Interstate highway asset management techniques that can keep costs down
| 2000
17
SURVEY RESULTS: WHAT YOUR PEERS USE FOR THEIR WINTER ROADS
| 2000
17
ROAD INDUSTRY WEB SITES YOU CAN REALLY USE
| 2000
17
PLOW LIGHTING RESEARCH IMPROVES SAFETY More visible plows mean increased safety for work crews and drivers
| 2000
18
SPEED BUMPS CAN CONTROL WORK-ZONE SPEED
Cleverly, C. | 2000
19
WHAT'S NEW IN POTHOLE AND CRACK REPAIR Whether your roads are concrete or asphalt, new equipment can help you complete repairs in a timely manner and at a reasonable cost
| 2000
19
...HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION - WHO CAN YOU TURN TO?
| 2000
19
MIXING IT UP WITH WINTER MAINTENANCE SUPERVISORS
| 2000
19
HOW TO PLAN WINTER MAINTENANCE TRAINING Ideas that work from the Salt Institute and other winter resources
| 2000
19
AT-GRADE INCIDENTS AND FATALITIES CONTINUE TO DECLINE A look at new safety technology that can lower railroad crossing accidents and fatality rates
| 2000
19
DUST SUPPRESSANT TESTED ON PIKE'S PEAK
| 2000
19
E-COMMERCE OPENS UP SAVINGS POSSIBILITIES
| 2000
19
HOW THE HIP ASPHALT RECYCLING PROCESS CAN SAVE YOU MONEY A staff report checks on hot-in-place recycling and why HIP is hot
| 2000
20
USING GIS IN ROAD APPLICATIONS
| 2000
20
WATER IN CONCRETE CAN REDUCE STRENGTH
| 2000
21
...ADD ROW EXPERT TO NEW ROAD PLANNING TEAM
| 2000
21
TID COOPERATION BUILDS HIGHWAY IN RECORD TIME
| 2000
21
ASR LEAD STATES TEAM ROLLS OUT GUIDE SPECS
| 2000
21
HOW TO ACHIEVE DESIGN-TO-CONSTRUCTION TEAMWORK
Bryan, T. | 2000
21
MICHIGAN COUNTY TRIES C-I-P ASPHALT RECYCLING How Calhoun county used cold-in-place asphalt recycling
| 2000
21
NDOR USES WINTER SAFETY REMINDERS A checklist from the Nebraska Department of Roads, used to prepare equipment operators for winter work
| 2000
21
PARTNERING WORKS IN PENNDOT PROJECT
| 2000
21
SMART VEHICLES: ITS INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDED A staff report on technology needed before smart vehicles become commonplace
| 2000
22
MANHOLE COVER DESIGN CUTS WINTER DAMAGE An affordable design that avoids cracked pavement around manholes, developed by the National Research Council of Canada
| 2000
22
IOWA DOT TACLES WINTER WEATHER
| 2000
23
COUNTY, STATE IMPROVE RAIL CROSSING SAFETY New technology helps control traffic at railroad crossings
| 2000
23
CONNECTICUT IMPROVES EQUIPMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS Good training provides the key to efficient equipment operation at the Connecticut DOT
| 2000
23
HOW WisDOT USES RUBBLIZATION
| 2000
23
INNOVATIVE BRIDGE DESIGN SOLVES TRAFFIC PROBLEMS A steel box girder bridge provides early relief in Boston
| 2000
23
FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FLOWABLE FILL
| 2000
23
ITS TESTED ON VDOT'S SMART ROAD
| 2000
23
EQUIPMENT RENTAL MAKES BIG CHANGES AT AGENCIES A special report on equipment rental trends today and what you can expect from the rental companies in the future
| 2000
24
DO CAMERAS CUT RED LIGHT RUNNING?
| 2000
24
SURVEY RESULTS: ARE COUNTY AGENCIES USING GIS?
| 2000
24
HIGH-TECH COATINGS CONTROL BRIDGE CORROSION A special report on how engineers are controlling corrosion on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge
| 2000
24
...CONTROLLING ROADSIDE VEGETATION ON A BUDGET
| 2000
25
HOW TO DEAL WITH INVASIVE EXOTIC PLANTS Are your roadsides taken over by kudzu or leafy spurge?
| 2000
25
PROJECT TIME CUT BY 23 YEARS WITH PARTNERING
| 2000
25
ARIZONA DOT'S CORRIDOR SAFETY PROGRAM
| 2000
25
ASPHALT SEGREGATION: MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
| 2000
25
ASPHALT INTERSECTIONS: MATERIALS, DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION
| 2000
25
MODEL PREDICTS TRAFFIC CONGESTION How Dr. John Leonard's traffic flow model predicts traffic congestion
| 2000
25
ROADTRAIN CUTS COSTS ON IOWA ROADS Road recycling details on this project
| 2000
25
BRIDGE REPLACEMENT INVOLVES COMMUNITY Snohomish county officials involved the community when replacing a landmark bridge
| 2000
26
DESIGNS WITH THE CENTER-TURNING OVERPASS
| 2000
26
...CHANGING LONG-DISTANCE PROVIDERS?
| 2000
27
ODOT MANAGERS WILL ISSUE REPORT CARDS TO CONTRACTORS
| 2000
27
ARTBA REPORT: The Untold Story; Transportation and the Environment
| 2000
27
BETTER FUNDING MEANS BETTER ROADS
| 2000
27
WEATHERING STEEL CONTROLS BRIDGE COSTS PennDOT found a way to keep bridge operating costs down using weathering steel
| 2000
27
CRACK CONTROL: USING NEW POLYMERS High-performance polymers solve crack problems for road applications
| 2000
27
5 PM TREATMENTS FOR FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS
| 2000
27
POTHOLES: RESOURCES PROVIDE HELP YOU NEED
| 2000
27
...WHAT'S NEW IN CRANES, LARGE AND SMALL
| 2000
28
HOW GEORGIA DOT DEALT WITH HURRICANE FLOYD Emergency management efforts earned FHWA recognition and were made a model in evacuation planning
| 2000
28
GETTING ONLINE: IT KEEPS GETTING EASIER
| 2000
29
MAINTENANCE FIELD DEMOS WORK
| 2000
29
...STRUCTURAL ADEQUACY IN ASPHALT INTERSECTIONS
| 2000
29
CONFINEMENT SYSTEM AIDS CONSTRUCTION OF BYPASS ROAD Hawaii solves a tricky rockslide/road problem
| 2000
29
ATSSA REPORT: 19 NEW WORK-ZONE DEVICES The newest devices that were displayed at this year's American Traffic Safety Services Association Exhibit
| 2000
29
COMMUNICATIONS EASE ARIZONA PROJECT
Brisk, D. / Livingston, J. | 2000
30
UTAH TESTS CONCRETE FAST-PATCH PRODUCTS
| 2000
30
10 WAYS TO CUT TIRE COSTS
| 2000
30
CLEARWATER SELECTS SIGNATURE BRIDGE DESIGN
Power, E. H. / van der Veen, T. / Butler, D. | 2000
32
...MONTANA: NO SPEED LIMITS RESULT IN FEWER ACCIDENTS
| 2000
33
GEORGIA IMPLEMENTS WORK-ZONE SAFETY PLAN the DOT's new plan
Ashford, S. | 2000
33
GEOTEXTILES PROTECT CULVERT STRUCTURE A look at solutions in this Canadian project
| 2000
35
FASCINATING WEB SITES YOU CAN GO TO DIRECTLY From bridges to contractor information to safety
| 2000
35
HOW GOOD ARE INTERNET ROAD MAPS AND DIRECTIONS?
| 2000
35
...THE BEST STEPS TO ENSURE QUALITY HIGHWAYS
| 2000
35
SLOWING THEM DOWN IN DEADLY WORK ZONES devices that remind drivers about their speed and the need to slow their vehicles
Fors, C. | 2000
36
...HOW TEXAS USES TRASH TO RECYCLE ROADS
| 2000
37
THE INTERNET-MAP ALTERNATIVE: IN-VEHICLE GPS NAVIGATION
| 2000
37
REPLACEMENT PARTS: THE REAL THING WORKS BEST
| 2000
39
RESEARCH WILL IMPROVE SIGNS AND SIGNALS
| 2000
39
FRP SPECS WILL HELP REDUCE BRIDGE REPLACEMENT BACKLOG
| 2000
40
PUMP-CONVEYOR DUO SPEEDS CONCRETE BRIDGE WORK
| 2000
42
HOW ARE ASPHALT INTERSECTIONS DOING?
| 2000
43
COMPUTER VENDORS CATER TO USER NEEDS A look at hardware geared for our industry's use
| 2000
45
SPECIALIZED SOFTWARE MEASURES ROAD CONDITIONS
| 2000
47
VIRGINIA DOT USES SCADA FOR TUNNEL TRAFFIC CONTROL
| 2000
49
TESTS SHOW WHITETOPPING BENEFITS AFTER 10 YEARS
| 2000
51
NEW SYSTEMS LENGTHEN MARKING LIFE
| 2000
53
MAJORITY OF STATES REPORT USING RWIS
| 2000
54
INNOVATIVE TRAFFIC APPROACH SAVES DAYS AND DOLLARS
| 2000
59
SOFTWARE AIDS WINTER TRAFFIC FLOW IN NEW JERSEY
| 2000
61
9 NEW SNOW REMOVAL GADGETS GET CONCEPT TEST
| 2000
65
ROAD CONSTRUCTION/REPAIR EQUIPMENT RENTALS MOVE HIGHER
| 2000
66
FHWA REPORT: A NEW MUTCD IS ON THE WAY
| 2000
67
ROLLING OUT THE REPAIRS IN SOUTH DAKOTA
| 2000

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