Monthly Archives: February 2008

Episode 14 – Functional Classification

Topics: Functional Classification

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Salting the Roadway

My good friend, James Cronen, maintains a physics blog. Today he’s talking about salt and ice, with a roadway topping.

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Upcoming Episodes

Over lunch I thrashed out the outline of some upcoming episodes: Speed, Speeding, and Speed Limits Functional Classification: Why you can’t put a driveway on an Interstate 511 Traveller’s Information System Autonomous Vehicles and the Wire(less)d Roadside Enviroment No particular … Continue reading

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Episode 13 – Safe Routes to Schools

Topics: Safe Routes to School

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Episode 12 – How to Get a Signal Installed

Topics: Signal Installation, Signal Warrants, How to Annoy a Traffic Engineer

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Traffic Tidbits: 7 JanuaryFebruary 2008

Anti-Trust in the Transportation Sector?: If you’re not a net junky like me (and if you weren’t, would you be reading this?) then you might not have heard of Traffic.com, the company responsible for the vast proliferation of Intelligent Transportation … Continue reading

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Episode 11 – Traffic Calming

Topics: Traffic Calming, Chicanes, Speed Humps, Speed Bumps, Safety, Statistical Analysis

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Episode 10.5 – Episode 11 Not Done Yet

Look for Episode 11, on Traffic Calming, tomorrow. Busy weekend.

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