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Integrating Roadside Vegetation and Erosion Control
Better Roads, Mar 2013

Subject(s): Environment, Erosion, Roadsides, Shoulders
Description: Integrated roadside management programs are being adopted at state and county road agencies because they combine the multiple missions of vegetation management, roadside beautification, motorist safety, erosion control and roadway appurtenance maintenance into one package. This article describes programs in several states, including Iowa.
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Potential for Natural Brine for Anti-Icing and De-Icing
New York DOT, Sep 2012

Subject(s): Environment, Snow and ice control, Weather
Sponsor Code: 55505-09-01
Description: This project focused on the feasibility of the use of natural brine for anti-icing and pre-wetting in Onondaga County, Syracuse, New York.
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Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context Sensitive Approach
ITE, Mar 2010

Subject(s): Bicycles, Environment, Pedestrians
Description: This report has been developed in response to widespread interest for improving both mobility choices and community character through a commitment to creating and enhancing walkable communities.
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