Petenwell Park Improvements | Adams County, WI

Topic: Transportation

/News---Info/Blog/July-2014/What-makes-a-community-special- Dave Wierzba
Parks, Recreation Planning and Multi-Use Trails were popular topics of conversation at the League of Minnesota Cities 2014 Annual Conference held recently in St. Cloud, Minnesota.  During the exhibition portion of the conference, I had the opportunity to listen to what’s really on the minds of Minnesota’s city administrators and municipal officials.

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2014/Aesthetic-Bridge-Design Leah Rhodes, PE
As a structural engineer, I think bridges are pretty cool to look at. I might be in the minority, however. For most people, bridges are simply a way to get from Point A to Point B without getting their feet wet. Yet, a bridge truly can be a thing of beauty.

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2014/Complete-Streets-101 Jason DiPiazza, PE

There’s a new way that engineers are designing streets: complete streets. Complete streets move beyond single use roadways that only accommodate motor vehicles and open them up to multiple modes of transportation. Sidewalks, bike lanes, bus lanes and pedestrian islands are just some of the many ways that transportation engineers can make roads safer for cars, buses, bikes and pedestrians.

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/News---Info/Blog/April-2014/Project-of-the-Month--Improving-WIS-26 Kevin Ruhland, PE
WIS 26 is a major collector in south-central Wisconsin running from Janesville to Watertown. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has been improving the roadway from a two lane highway to a limited access highway that will bypass a number of the communities it currently goes through. This expressway conversion will improve travel time and reduce congestion.

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/News---Info/Blog/April-2014/Right-of-Way-the-Right-Way Beth Steinhauer
Every infrastructure project takes up space. As they work on projects, engineers try their best to build within the existing right-of-way. It’s usually cheaper to build on what you have rather than buying additional land. This isn’t always possible, however. When your project does need additional right-of-way, are you purchasing it properly?

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