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  • Letters to the editor January 2011

  • Using a hammer to kill a flea?

  • How to go green by 2013

    Estimating return on investment for low-impact design versus traditional stormwater control infrastructure.

  • Advanced geometry

    A series of innovative roundabouts improves safety and access in an Indianapolis suburb.

  • Change can be fun

    Drivers compete to see who gets the most miles per gallon.

  • Real-Time Sewer Solution

  • PWPR

    For any public works employee experienced in presenting a controversial project or fielding service-related complaints, this is the question that eventually arises when contemplating the development of a public relations program. But upon further reflection, the answer has to be “yes” because in...

  • From concept to reality

    Many cities are struggling to find new ways to meet the challenges posed by an enormous infrastructure funding gap. Indianapolis is using the flexibility of a public-private partnership to implement new practices to reduce capital improvement costs and to keep up with the demands of population...

  • Hybrids steal the show

  • Fleet managers rev up for equipment-rich trade show

    The annual Work Truck Show—in Indianapolis March 7–9, at the Indiana Convention Center and RCA Dome—has always been well attended by commercial distributors and users of Class 1–8 trucks.