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, 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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