LTAP Technology Exchange (June 2022, vol. 30, no. 2)

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LTAP Technology Exchange (June 2022, vol. 30, no. 2)

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2022-06

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Minnesota Local Technical Assistance Program

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Articles include: Ultrasonic devices deter bats during bridge repair; Tool assesses flood risk and costs for transportation infrastructure; Back to gravel? Interactive guide helps local agencies find alternatives; Farewell to Kathy Schaefer, our CTAP instructor!; ‘Hopper’ eases shoulder maintenance; Automobile engine removal device drives savings and safety; Synthetic fibers could improve performance of concrete pavements; Bats and bridges: What you can do; Calculator helps cities plan street sweeping, clean up gross solids; Know when to give your road a diet?; Report recommends ways to curb speeding in work zones; Report offers ideas to improve traffic safety and equity for BIPOC communities; The Shelf; Traffic safety culture: Stories from rural areas; Podcasts help engage public in plans and projects; Round-up of rural road safety trainings; FHWA offers innovation exchange webinars; Guidance will help designers create safe, effective bike facilities; Entry-level CDL driver training: Video, driver registry

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Minnesota Local Technical Assistance Program. (2022). LTAP Technology Exchange (June 2022, vol. 30, no. 2). Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/228252.

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