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Better Roads - Rubber Expands

After years of promotion, pavements using asphalt rubber, or rubberized asphalt (there’s a difference), are spreading far and wide in the United States.Thin overlay of warm-mix asphalt containing terminal blend asphalt rubber and Evotherm warm mix additive is placed on Calif. 1, the Pacific Coast Highway, near Fort Bragg two hours after loadout...

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MML - Missouri Cities Hoping Supreme Court Will Hear Red-Light Safety Camera Appeals

Cities from across Missouri hope that the Missouri Supreme Court will hear a series of appeals filed in cases challenging the validity of red-light camera ordinances. These inconsistent lower-court rulings have caused uncertainty for municipalities and threaten their ability to pass a wide range of local public safety ordinances beyond red-light cameras...

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Better Roads - ADA Angst over pavement preservation

Pavement preservation stakeholders in the United States are concerned that a reinterpretation of the Americans with Disabilities Act last year by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) will lead to disruption of low-cost pavement preservation programs in this country.

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Better Roads - State DOTs Hosts National Work Zone Awareness Week

National Work Zone Awareness Week began Monday, and the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will host an official kick-off event on Tuesday in Seattle...

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Dept of Transportation - Climate Change & Transportation series addresses challenges

Last October, Volpe --our National Transportation Systems Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts-- launched an eight-session speaker series on Transportation System Resilience, Extreme Weather, and Climate Change. Given the tremendous...

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MODOT - Can They See You? Don't Bet Your Life On It.

Commercial motor vehicles are an important part of our nation's economy. They carry goods from coast to coast, and make up 20 percent of all traffic on Missouri's interstates. Crashes involving tractor trailers don't happen very often, but when they do...

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