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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Infrastructure-Funding-Gaps-and-its-Impact MSA Technical Expert
Transportation Investments Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grants are crawling back, along with other sources of much needed economic development funding. The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) released its seventh batch of TIGER awards recently. This time around, rural projects received more grant dollars than in any past round! 

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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/November-2015/Engage-future-STEM-workers-before-they-learn-to-dr Gilbert Hantzsch, PE
The concept of recruitment needs to change. Private companies head to college fairs and develop materials to engage future employees. Work-life balance, anyone? But the real push for STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) recruits needs to begin earlier – much earlier. It’s time for STEM-based organizations to bring employees into our local schools to share their knowledge. 

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2015/How-City-Planners-can-Prepare-for-Large-Storms Eric Thompson, PE, CFM
Midwest cities, like Madison, Wisconsin, get their fair share of precipitation each year. Wisconsin’s capital city averaged 38.98 inches of precipitation in 2014, which is 8.34 inches more than 2013. Increasing rainfall amounts are not anomalous to Madison, but are now anticipated with greater frequency across the Upper Midwest – along with increases in rainfall intensity.  

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2015/Cold-In-Place-Recycling-Gaining-Steam-in-the-Midwe Quirin Klink, PE
Cold-in-place recycling (CIR) is gaining steam in the Midwest for reconstruction of deteriorating asphalt roadways. Cost-effectiveness, durability and environmental benefits are leading to the increase in popularity of CIR. CTH H in Sauk County, Wisconsin, for example, is one of the first CIR projects administered and bid through WisDOT. Check out these photos from the project.

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