The Final Connection
In 1969, New York City Transit (NYCT) began construction of a new subway to link Manhattan to east Queens. But funding issues prevented this 63rd Street Line from being completed as planned...

On the Cutting Edge
Smart materials, innovative monitoring systems and sensors, exotic tunnel-boring machines, and self-sustaining treatment systems are among the latest technology advancements that are helping...

Historical Sediment Budget Analysis of the Malibu Coastline
Sediment supply to the Malibu coastline has been continually decreasing since development began in the Santa Monica Mountains in the 1880's due to dam construction for irrigation and recreation,...

Making Way for Runways
New runway construction at major U.S. airports is not only about landing more airplanes, it's about moving communities, spanning or moving interstate highways, and hauling...

Tight Squeeze
The Newark, New Jersey Route 21 Viaduct Replacement is a massive, $250 million highway improvement program being undertaken by the New Jersey Department of Transportation. Michael Baker...

Emerging Materials for Civil Infrastructure
State of the Art
Prepared by the Emerging Materials Committee of the Materials Division of ASCE. This report presents a review of the state of the art on emerging materials...

Damage to Highway Infrastructure 1993 Mississippi River Basin Flooding

Analysis of 1993 Upper Mississippi Flood Highway Infrastructure Damage

Walled In (Available in Geoenvironmental Special Issue only)
Of the many challenging aspects of the $10.8 billion, 7.5 mi long Central Artery Project in Boston, the construction of soldier pile, tremie concrete (SPTC) walls under the existing elevated...

Optimal Policy for Civil Infrastructure Systems Using Semi-Markov Decision Process

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Experimental Studies of Curved Steel Bridge Behavior during Construction

Monitoring the Health of Civil Infrastructure

Bridge Applications of Composite Construction in the United States

Strengthening with Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Reinforcement in the U.S.: Experiments or Main Stream Technology? A Contractor's Viewpoint

Specifications, Standards and Related Code Provisions for Innovative Materials in Infrastructure: An Overview

Fiber-Reinforced Plastics for Bridge Construction and Rehabilitation in New York

Reactive Powder Concrete for Bridge Construction

Hybrid Systems of Concrete and Fiber-Reinforced Polymer

High Volume Uses of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) in Highway Construction

Innovative Highway Rehabilitation Construction





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