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Michigan DOT To Develop Electrified Road

September 30, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

An electric bus and truck are being charged on an electrified road in Sweden as part of the Smartroad Gotland Project, which aims to build knowledge and create possibilities for a large-scale development of electric roads throughout the country. A consortium…

Under Pressure: As Water Main Breaks Cause Havoc, A New Approach Is Welcome

September 30, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

In New England, winter is followed by “mud season.” In California, the drier months are “wildfire season.” For water utilities, the coming of…

Living Breakwaters Support Staten Island’s Shoreline Resilience

September 30, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Triton Marine Mattresses were chosen to help build a system of living breakwaters in the Raritan Bay off the coast of Staten Island. When it comes to…

Future Forward: GIS and Cloud Computing Are Rapidly Changing Infrastructure Management

September 30, 2022 - in Articles, Profile

Jason Griffin, P.E., leads the municipal, field services and water resources teams in OHM Advisors’ Nashville office, and Helen Scales is a senior GIS analyst at OHM Advisors.

Change Leader: It’s Time to Design Infrastructure With People in Mind

September 30, 2022 - in Articles, Profile

This particular interview was recorded by Todd Danielson, the editorial director of Informed Infrastructure. You can listen to a podcast of the full interview above or by visiting bit.ly/3QZcgyt. Tawkiyah Jordan is the senior director of housing…

Letters from October 2022 Issue

September 30, 2022 - in Articles, Letters

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Transportation Troubleshooting: Helping Transportation Agencies Overcome Rising Threat of Heat Waves

September 29, 2022 - in Articles, Column

When I look at the challenge of making America’s transportation infrastructure more sustainable, climate-friendly and resilient to the weather extremes becoming more problematic with climate change, I find hope in how fast the policy landscape is changing.…

Thoughts From Engineers: Data for a New Era in Water Management

September 29, 2022 - in Articles, Column

Engineers are trained to solve for unknowns, but we absolutely need solid facts elsewhere in the equation. Data are key, folks, and we all know our solutions are only as good as what we have to work with. The Internet of Water (IoW), a concept first articulated…