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Why Use Numerical Modeling to Make Dam Safety Risk Management Decisions?
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Why Use Numerical Modeling to Make Dam Safety Risk Management Decisions?

JTVCcG9zdF9wdWJsaXNoZWQlNUQ=Numerical modeling is the computer simulation of the anticipated behavior of infrastructure. It is a valuable tool for identifying and managing risk, as it may warn of undesired scenarios long before they materialize. Offering a wide range of possibilities and benefits, numerical modeling can help decision makers predict the expected behavior of a dam, its…

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Connected Vehicles and Tolling’s Frequency Future: R.I.P. DSRC
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Connected Vehicles and Tolling’s Frequency Future: R.I.P. DSRC

Despite some of the advantages of DSRC, it looks like C-V2X and 5G cellular are in tolling’s future. But how and when will they fit in?

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The Art of Negotiation: Tips for a Successful EPC Contract
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The Art of Negotiation: Tips for a Successful EPC Contract

As a project owner, if you could harness all the benefits of design-build and receive certain guarantees about the performance of your new infrastructure, would you do it?

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Infrastructure for Congestion Pricing in Urban Environments
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Infrastructure for Congestion Pricing in Urban Environments

Congestion pricing, sometimes known as congestion charging, is a gridlock-relieving initiative becoming a reality in various metropolises.

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How Business Experimentation Leads to Business Innovation Pt. 2
How Business Experimentation Leads to Business Innovation Pt. 2

How Business Experimentation Leads to Business Innovation Pt. 2

Kevin Switala, Gannett Fleming vice president and chief technology officer, continues the discussion about business experimentation with the potential pitfalls of too much experimentation, how to choose which experiments to conduct, and his recommendations to learn more

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Transportation Systems, Management, and Operations (TSMO): Moving Beyond Ribbon Cuttings
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Transportation Systems, Management, and Operations (TSMO): Moving Beyond Ribbon Cuttings

Since the 1950s, the “King of the Road” was the car. More specifically, the daily commuter driving to-and-from the office. Our roadways multiplied to accommodate more and more vehicles. Across the country, thousands of miles of interstate and local roads were built − often at the expense of other users – including pedestrians and bicyclists.…

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How Business Experimentation Leads to Business Innovation Pt. 1
How Business Experimentation Leads to Business Innovation Pt. 1

How Business Experimentation Leads to Business Innovation Pt. 1

In the first part of our discussion about business experimentation and its direct connection to business innovation, Kevin Switala, Gannett Fleming vice president and chief technology officer, discusses how you can use business experiments to further the work you’re currently doing and secure better outcomes for the future.

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10 Smart Questions to Ask in Your Next Interview
10 Smart Questions to Ask in Your Next Interview

10 Smart Questions to Ask in Your Next Interview

Discover the smart questions you should ask in your next interview to impress, get valuable information, and land the job.

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How Can Transit & Rail Systems Cope With +1.5ºC?

How Can Transit & Rail Systems Cope With +1.5ºC?

No matter what we do, climate change is here. Life in this climate-changing reality demands a two-pronged approach – our clients in the transit and rail industry will be instrumental to both.

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Removing Barriers for Successful Implementation of ITS: An Agency Perspective
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Removing Barriers for Successful Implementation of ITS: An Agency Perspective

Despite the critical need for robust ITS deployments and TSMO support throughout the industry, future ITS initiatives and projects face significant headwinds that prevent implementation.

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How Can State DOTs Prepare for Risk and Resiliency?
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How Can State DOTs Prepare for Risk and Resiliency?

It’s more important than ever that state highway officials review their readiness to respond and recover from human-made or natural disasters.

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The Unexpected Friendship of TSMO and Complete Streets
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The Unexpected Friendship of TSMO and Complete Streets

Historically, the typical user of a transportation system was a 9-5 commuter. However, the focus now and in the future should advance towards accommodating all users of the transportation system.

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