Insights: Construction

Congress reconsiders the urban interstate
Congress reconsiders the urban interstate

As part of this year’s federal budget, Congress directed the USDOT to study the issue of removing sections of roadway from the Interstate Highway System.

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Signal timings can help your city become more age-friendly
Signal timings can help your city become more age-friendly

Age-friendly signal timing treatments take into consideration the specific pedestrian needs of an aging population. Here are some treatments to consider.

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3 considerations for successful Adaptive Signal Control use
3 considerations for successful Adaptive Signal Control use

Adaptive Signal Control can be an effective tool to improve traffic flow. How can we decide when, where, and how to implement it successfully?

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Traffic planning in a post-pandemic world
Traffic planning in a post-pandemic world

The pandemic has given transportation professionals unique insight that allows us to reimagine our transportation system and plan for the future.

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Are visualization strategies worth it?
Are visualization strategies worth it?

Renderings, videos and live cubes can really go a long way in helping people see what’s really going to happen with a project.

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Giving buses the green light
Giving buses the green light

Emerging technology and artificial intelligence can combine traffic data to leverage Transit Signal Priority system capabilities more effectively.

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Senate Bill 401: water and sewer relocation helps transportation projects
Senate Bill 401: water and sewer relocation helps transportation projects

Senate Bill 401 helps expedite publicly funded transportation improvement projects by helping public water and sewer utilities relocate impacted facilities.

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E-construction and construction partnering combine to shape the AEC industry
E-construction and construction partnering combine to shape the AEC industry

New technologies, systems, and initiatives often build on and complement each other to offer compounding benefits.

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Data challenges during a crisis and in our day-to-day
Data challenges during a crisis and in our day-to-day

Statistics are being used to predict the spread of the coronavirus and to model future health threats. This is critical for community planning.

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Safety first, last, always—especially now
Safety first, last, always—especially now

As we continue to work on critical mission items, such as the roads and bridge program, the health and safety of everyone involved remains a top priority.

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