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Transportation What's New
- Mayor Frank P. Zeidler: Essay #25
This well-researched book establishes the historical context of conditions in Milwaukee at the end of World War II and examines Mayor Zeidler’s efforts to improve mass transit while stemming the decline of mass transit usage and provides his introspection on Milwaukee transportation policies.
- Why Curb and Gutter?
This booklet can help you fight back by laying out the facts on the false economy of ribbon paving and highlighting many other benefits!
- Electric Vehicles and Plug-In Networks: Are You Ready?
Electric Vehicles (EVs) are about to hit the market. Coordination across stakeholders could determine whether they are successful in your area. What can you do to get ready? Broaden your understanding of plug-in readiness and hear what other communities are doing to prepare their infrastructure now.
- Sign Retroreflectivity - Two Part Series
This program will help you understand the requirements, legal implications and importance of having a plan to comply with the Federal HighwayFederal Highway Administration (FHWA) enacted changes to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) that require new retroreflectivity maintenance standards for signs.
- A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets
This 6th edition of AASHTO's "Green Book" provides guidance to highway engineers and designers who strive to make unique design solutions that meet the needs of highway users while maintaining the integrity of the environment.
- Taking it to the Streets
This booklet offers common sense, easy to understand answers to common transportation-related questions.
- Reinvesting in America’s Transportation System
This program provides an update on the status of surface transportation authorization and recommended reforms shaping the debate. The program also includes a presentation of APWA's new surface transportation authorization toolkit and hands-on resources for attendees to take back to their communities and APWA chapters.
- The New AASHTO Transportation “Green Book”
This program addresses the major changes in each chapter of the "Green Book" and discusses the use of updated design guidance and design flexibility throughout the document.