Ann Arbor, MI

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Michigan traffic managers to test vehicle-to-vehicle communication this summer

We got a first-hand look at how "connected vehicles" work yesterday at the Intelligent Transportation Society of America's 22nd annual convention. More

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Connected vehicle safety study

The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute and its partners have launched a $15 million Connected Vehicle Safety Pilot Model Deployment research project, to study the potential of operating connected vehicles on the streets and highways of Ann Arbor, Mich. More

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American Concrete Institute Announces New Officers for 2012

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) introduced its 2012-2013 president, vice president, and four board members during the ACI Spring 2012 Convention in Dallas, Texas. More

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Stop throwing deicer in the ditch

Use a real-time spreader calibration to maintain service levels with fewer resources. More

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Embracing the New Normal

How to get ahead in today's challenging market. More

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Dual-purpose dam

Managers use a little-known National Park Service program to satisfy regulators and residents. More

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Working the Bugs Out

Two years ago, one-fifth of the 50,000 trees that line the streets Ann Arbor were... More

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An Engineer's Dream

A new ductile, bendable concrete offers producers a futuristic material today. More

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The University of Michigan Football Stadium—2005 Concrete Repairs

The University of Michigan Stadium, the largest college-owned football stadium in the United States, seats 107,501. The recent repair of approximately 20% of the stadium's capacity was intended to replace deteriorating seating. The repair was completed by Spence Brothers, Saginaw, Mich., at the end of July. More

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