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    technology and has actually already sold a trail run project to a local council. “Imagine driving your car out of the garage and what you see is not the usual dark grey asphalt but a street of blue-green hexagonal tiles, with lane markings and traffic signs lit up by embedded LED bulbs” (Wang). Julie and Scott Brusaw, started this project eight years ago. The idea of this project is to build a roadway that was total made up out of solar cells. They have started a fundraising campaign to help the afford

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    approximately 26 hours a year stuck in traffic.  Let?s think about that.  The ?average? American spends this long cruising at five miles per hour and cursing at other cars around.  By saying average, the study means this figure also takes into account people living in rural areas who spend maybe one hour a year stuck in traffic.  That means for the majority of us, in the Phoenix area and other large cities, we spend 3 or 4 times more wasting our valuable time in traffic.  For people who drive into the city 

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    Summary In order to a establish a design rainfall and flow estimation methodology compatible to the Ethiopian environment and facilitate standard design practices in all road design works in Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Road Authority (ERA) had commissioned Louis Berger Group to prepare a road drainage design manual in 2002 under a credit from the International Development Agency (IDA). This technical note has been prepared for Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) as a result of a brief review of the

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    warning sign that warned people to not smoke around the area. Instead of going towards the water treatment facility, I moved along the sidewalk to a park sign. The park sign had the name Neary Lagoon in large bright colors. In addition, there were another dog sign above the Neary Lagoon sign that explained the dog policy on the Lagoon premises. After reading the signpost, I turned around to look at the street to see what was happening; there were bicyclists, joggers, dog walkers, and automobiles

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    Tim O Brien Bravery

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    In the novel, The Things They Carried, soldiers were held to such high expectations of bravery that they were forced to hide their moments of weakness deep down, only having them emerge momentarily throughout the book. Tim O’Brien uses the signpost of contrast and contradictions to shed light on the inner battle of bravery and cowardice that lay within each and every soldier. The first instance of cowardice manifesting in the hearts of the brave soldiers occurred in the beginning as O’Brien says

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    Federal Highway

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    The Federal Highway Policy has many policies within its make structure, but few take the time to even take a look. The one main policy that has increased involvement is the National Highway Construction Cost Index. This policy is a complex issue because of all the communication that is needed between state, national and federal governments. The Federal Highway Administraion is an agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation that supports state and local government in various different areas

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    regulating of pedestrians and motorists is a form of social order. This essay will compare the views of two engineers, Colin Buchannan and Hans Monderman in their approach to ordering pedestrians and motor vehicles. By looking at the ordering of traffic we can look at the wider theories of how society as a whole is ordered. Finally this essay will look at the Buchannan and Monderman approaches in light of two theories on social ordering. Following the Second World War a national programme was

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    Drivers

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    Drivers Trying to sort out what type of driver a person might be is an extremely challenging task. In a person’s own mind, they think they are the aggressive type of driver, or the cautious type, but no one will ever admit that they are the “I got my license in a cracker jacks box driver';. The only fact that is certain about a person is they are never always aggressive or cautious while they drive. A person’s driving type varies from time, place, and, the most important reason

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    people – Farr, Hernandez, and White, passed away in a car crash at a rural intersection in Tampa. Allegedly, the fallen stop sign at the side of the road contributed to their death. Miller, Baillie, and Cole, who lived close to the intersection, were accused of having pulled up the sign. In their statements to the police, they admitted having pulled a number of road signs in the nearby area. Consequently, these three people were charged with manslaughter and were sentenced to 15 years behind bars

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    Road Rage

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    drive in. The daily stress of driving in traffic has increased due to more road construction projects. The drivers must slow down to merge into one lane or come to a complete stop due to heavy traffic. Aggressive drivers add to the trouble by using excessive speeds to merge at the last minute. More rear-end collisions occur because drivers don't like people cutting in front of them, so they follow too closely behind the vehicle ahead of them. Also, traffic jams cost the average city $900 million in

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