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Better Roads Staff - May 16, 2012

Retired U.S. Army Gen. Wesley Clark on Tuesday, May 15, said the investment, development ...

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NJDOT Embarks on the Road to...

- May 16, 2012

Strapped budgets and limited resources mean it’s important for agencies to efficiently and effectively use equipment, especially in snow and ice operations. The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is a case and point. The system it was ...

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- May 14, 2012

The Ohio Senate has passed a bill banning texting while driving for all drivers, while ...

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Presentation: Here’s The...

- May 14, 2012

Matt Dolan and Nathan Geil, both seasoned, Level 3 equipment operators with the City of West Des Moines, Iowa, presented, "Here’s The Keys, Call If You Need Anything, See You In 12 Hours" at the 2012 American Public ...

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How to Implement Sustainable...

- May 12, 2012

Warren Nicholishen, CRS, supervisor of roads operations and maintenance for Public Works – Transportation in the Regional Municipality of Peel, Ontario, Canada, gave the presentation, "Implement Sustainable Snow and Ice Control" at the 2012 American Public Works Association ...

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The Impact of Bio Diesel Upon...

- May 11, 2012

Rich Cregar, instructor and department head of Advanced Transportation Technologies at Wilson Community College in Wilson, N.C., and Jeffrey Tews, fleet operations manager for the City of Milwaukee, presented a session on "Successful Use of Alternative Fueled Vehicles ...

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- May 07, 2012

A quality air coil will exhibit good “strength, durability, flexibility, memory recoil and performance in ...

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Better Roads Staff - May 07, 2012

Congress will begin reconciling Senate and House highway reauthorization bills next week that contain significantly ...

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- May 07, 2012

FTR Associates on Friday, May 4, released preliminary data showing April Class 8 truck ...

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U.S. Supreme Court refused to...

- Apr 23, 2012

All nine justices on the U.S. Supreme Court have refused to widen the scope of the federal Clean Water Act (CWA). In PPL Montana, LLC v. Montana, the Court, Feb. 22, unanimously declined to expand the definition of what ...

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