Redox Balance of Upper Mystic Lake and Effects on Cycling of Watershed-Derived Metals

A History of Environmental Engineering in the United States
Environmental engineering is a relatively new name for a type of engineering that began in the United States in the 1830s. Under different names, it continued to evolve to satisfy environmental...

Sewer (Asset) Inspection and Condition Assessment Tools Required, Benefits Realized and Lessons Learned
The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (District) owns, operates and maintains a vast interceptor sewer system that serves the City of Cleveland and all or parts of 58 suburban communities....

Personal Rapid Transit (PRT): Solving Traditional Mobility Problems with New Technology—The Chicago RTA Experience
The Regional Transportation Authority's (RTA) Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) development effort began as a vision. Guided by statutory mandate, staggering gridlock and the unique travel...

Beijing Public Transport Company: Facing the 21st Century
As the major operator of Beijing conventional surface public transportation, the Beijing Public Transport Group Company, Ltd. (BPTC) provides services not only to the urban and suburban...

How Can Transit-Oriented Design Help To Solve Suburbia's Transportation Woes?

Combining Recreation and Flood Control in Denver's South Suburbs

Assessing the Condition and Status of Aquatic Life Designated Uses in Urban and Suburban Watersheds

Congestion in Suburbia - A Continuing Challenge

An Introduction to Taipei Suburban Sewage Collection and Treatment Systems
Taipei Suburban Sewerage System covers the lower Tansui River Basin located in Northern Taiwan The planning area (excluding Municipality of Taipei) consists of 14 township in Taipei County...

Research on the Buffer Effect of Canals
In Japan, canals for transport have been developed on the coast of urban areas. Recently, it has become evident that those areas are under chaotic conditions due to the decline of the...

Future Urbanization Effects on Occoquan Dam PMF
The Fairfax County Water Authority's Occoquan dam, in northern Virginia, are being anchored at a cost of about $2 million. The reason is to increase stability due to an increased PMF estimate...

Excavation and Support for the Urban Infrastructure
This proceedings, Excavation and Support for the Urban Infrastructure, contains papers which focus on various aspects of excavations and ground...

A Microcomputer-Based Model for Identifying Urban and Suburban Roadways with Critical Large Truck Accident Rates

Land Use, Transportation and Air Quality Relationships
Increasing land development densities and reducing suburban sprawl is frequently considered as a tool to reduce vehicle miles of travel and resultant air pollution emissions. Two studies...

Estimating Urban and Suburban Sewage Flows with Assistance of GIS Technology
The Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA), an agency created by the Massachusetts legislature to provide wholesale water and sewer services to the metropolitan Boston areea, is...

Stormwater Management Policies for Two Urbanizing Communities in Western Suburban Cleveland
The cities of North Ridgeville and Avon Lake, Ohio are two western suburbs of Cleveland. The recent completion of the interstate highway, I-480, the resurgence of Lake Erie as a prime...

Microcomputer Model for Estimating LOS on Urban and Suburban Arterials
In the 1985 Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) [1], level of service (LOS) designation for urban and suburban arterials is predicted on the average travel speed by section and for the entire...

Suburban Superfund
Discovery of methane seeping into houses at a new development near Newark, Del. set off investigations that eventually led to the U.S. EPA declaring the site eligible for Superund cleanup...

People Movers in Suburban High Activity Centers

 

 

 

 

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