Placing of Impermeable Underwater Membranes
An impermeable underwater membrane has been applied successfully in the construction of a lowered road section in the Netherlands. In this paper the construction technique is discussed...

Papers for the American Society of Civil Engineers Specialty Conference on New Materials and Methods for Street Highway and Airport Rehabilitation

Mall
In order to get its citizens back on its downtown streets after 6 PM, Milwaukee decided to build a mall, combining new buildings along with renovations of existing buildings. The problem...

Modernization of a Container Terminal

Port of New Orleans Upgrading of Facilities at First Street Wharf

Storm Water Retention Facilities

Urban Creekside Design Features Parallel Streets
Waterflow in cities—natural streams and rivers surrounded by wildlife, or concrete channels—must be controlled to prevent devastating flooding. Proper landuse restraints and creative designs...

Traffic Signals at New and Rebuilt Intersections
The need for traffic signals at an intersection is generally determined by the application of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) warrants. When the volume warrants are...

Visual Intrusion Impact of Residential Traffic
An investigation of the nature of visual intrusion impact of traffic in residential neighbourhoods is presented. The specific purpose of the study is to discover if residents perceive...

Vehicle Lateral Placements on Urban Roads
Time-lapse photographs were taken of traffic flows on five streets of varying lane width in the Toronto region. From these photographs, time histories of lateral placements and forward...

Preferential Treatment for Public Transit in City Street Operations

Implementation and Evaluation of the Memphis Bus Priority System

Bus Priority Treatments in Downtown Long Beach

A Guide to Urban Arterial Systems
The urban arterial system, a link between freeways and local streets, provides for the efficient collection, distribution, and transition of traffic among freeways, collector streets,...

Pavement Rehabilitation: Identifying the Need
A procedure for identifying the need for rehabilitation of city and county streets is presented. Key factors requiring consideration include user related factors, maintenance needs, and...

Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Accidents in Kentucky
The purpose of this study is to determine the characteristics associated with bicycle-related, motor-vehicle accidents in Kentucky. It was found that cyclists 10 yr to 14 yr of age were...

Case Histories of Harbor Developments in Weak Soils
The development of marine shipping terminals at sites underlain by weak and compressible soils requires consideration of the seismic stability of marginal wharves, and the large magnitude...

Neighborhood Traffic Controls
The issues associated with traffic control in residential neighborhoods are examined. Reasons for the increase in activity in implementing neighborhood traffic control measures are presented....

Liability in Traffic and Highway Operations
An introduction to the current legal attention that the judicial profession is giving streets and highways today. Included is an introduction to the negligence suit and tort liability....

Management Systems for Pavement Maintenance
One of the single biggest investments of public agencies, if not the biggest, is its network of roads and streets. A lack of information concerning pavement designs, life cycles, maintenance...

 

 

 

 

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