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...

A Multi-Estuarine Model in Long Island Sound

The New Orleans Network
Though Seattle and Portland are the cities usually associated with high rainfall, the New Orleans metropolitan area averages 58 in. (1,473 mm) of rainfall each year—more than any other...

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...

Smart Sign Support
The Route 80-MAGIC (Metropolitan Area Guidance, Information and Control) project is considered to be the showcase Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) project for the state of New Jersey....

Monitoring the Fresh Kills Landfill (Available in the Geoenvironmental Special Section only)
A unique system has been developed to assess the stability of the Fresh Kills Landfill, in New York City, using more than 260 geotechnical instruments and automatic processes. The system...

Saving the Williamsburg Bridge
The Williamsburg Bridge, which has connected Brooklyn to Manhattan for more than 97 years, is midway through an ambitious 14-year, $800-million reconstruction that will save the venerable...

Flight Path Precision
Air traffic delays at the four airports operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey are among the most severe and costly in the nation. A study by the Port Authority proposes...

Protecting the Source
The city of New York is engaged in a five-year, $1.5 billion effort to protect water quality in the upstate watersheds that are the source of its drinking water. Under the terms of a 1997...

Screening of Bridges in New Jersey for Scour

New Jersey Bridge Scour Evaluation Program

Bridge Scour Analysis in New Jersey: Which Scour Factors Matter Most?

Case Studies of Bridge Scour in Western New York

Geomorphic and Hydraulic Factors Affecting Stream Stability at New York Thruway Bridges

Evaluation of Selected Instruments for Monitoring Scour at Bridges in New York

Estimating Bridge Scour in New York from Historical U.S. Geological Survey Stream Flow Measurements

Relation of Local Scour to Hydraulic Properties at Selected Bridges in New York

Effects of Flow Duration on Local Scour at Bridge Piers in New York

Scour-Hole Dimensions at Selected Bridge Piers in New York

Scour-Hole Dimensions at Selected Bridge Piers in New York

 

 

 

 

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