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Tag Archive: Roundabout

/News---Info/Blog/June-2017/Roundabouts-a-Success-in-Green-Bay Mark Lenters, PE
Throughout the past 10 years, WisDOT implemented a remarkable statewide roundabout program, with emphasis on the Green Bay area, which has a concentration of four complex roundabouts at US-41 interchanges. It's no surprise that the 5th International was held in Green Bay. Here are some highlights from the conference.

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2017/What-is-Public-Works- Randy Herwig
It’s the clean water you first brush your teeth with in the morning, the bridge you cross traveling to work, the park bench in the downtown square you enjoy your lunch on, the electricity that powers almost everything you use today… and so much more. 

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Are-mini-roundabouts-coming-to-your-neighborhood Sarah Gengler, PE, PTOE
Another tool in traffic engineers' design toolbox is popping up in the Midwest. Two new mini roundabouts, similar to compact roundabouts, recently opened in Michigan. Designers placed these mini roundabouts at heavy-traffic intersections located only a few hundred feet from one another. Read on to learn why these mini roundabouts are gaining popularity.

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/News---Info/Blog/December-2014/Why-Construction-Shouldn-t-be-a-Challenge-for-Comm Warren Mohar, PE
It is a once-in-a career opportunity for a Professional Engineer in a small Wisconsin community to be the construction project engineer for the roadway that passes right by his office’s front door. Having a role in a project that will make an impact in the community where you live is pretty special for an engineer.

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/News---Info/Blog/November-2014/Planning-a-Successful-Downtown Stephen Tremlett, AICP, CNU-A
Successful downtowns require continual effort to maintain their economic and social vibrancy. Having a downtown plan is a key component in supporting that effort.  Downtown plans include a vision statement and specific actions to improve the central commercial area, which can have buildings with urban character located close to the street and enhanced walkability for pedestrians.

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