Why Public Parking Garages Will Need Retrofitting
The nation's highway and traffic engineers aren't the only public works professionals who'll have to rethink design and construction because of technology. Experts think that, within five years, the same technology will change what drivers need from parking garages.
$2.5 Million Over Five Years
That's how much a Florida tollway authority is willing to spend to troubleshoot congestion caused by the recent Panama Canal expansion.
Coming Soon to an Airport Near You
As if airport infrastructure managers didn't have enough to worry about, "rideable...
FREE Government Guide to the Driverless Future
This resource draws on extensive research to examine how driverless technology...
Traffic Signs Hacked to Read Various Messages
"Trump is a shape shifting lizard," this is what a Dallas traffic sign was made to...
Six excellent snow-and-ice control resources
Resources ranging from APWA to industry experts and research boards.
Tinted road salt could mean happier residents
From visibility to efficacy, municipalities opt for salt additives to improve...
Winning over co-workers and the public: Don’t charge in like a rhino
We spoke with veteran Sue Hann about tackling common challenges in a new public...
Winning over co-workers and the public
Public works is one of the few careers that requires emotional intelligence as...
Six paths to a public works career
Six young professionals and a veteran explain how to win over coworkers and the...