APWA Reporter magazine

  • 07 2009

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  • Uncertain times, Jul,p.2
  • Financing surface transportation, Jul,p.4
  • Are your streets complete? Is your pavement "green"?, Jul,p.10
  • National Public Works Week celebrated on Capitol Hill, Jul,p.11
  • Getting Snowed!, Jul,p.16
  • Weekend Roundup: Emerging Leaders Academy Retreat, Jul,p.20
  • 21st Century Infrastructure: This could be our shining moment, Jul,p.22
  • Safety makes cents!, Jul,p.32
  • Florida Chapter Public Works Institute graduates inaugural class, Jul,p.34
  • Changes in job recruitment, Jul,p.36
  • How to make a difference through socially responsible engineering, Jul,p.38
  • 2009 Fall Public Works Conferences in the Czech and Slovak Republics, Jul,p.40
  • Driving on empty: what's coming after the gas tax, Jul,p.42
  • EPA develops work plan for transportation stormwater permitting, Jul,p.45
  • Design Review: Whose responsibility?, Jul,p.46
  • Putting the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to work in your community, Jul,p.48
  • California adopts a blueprint for greener transportation: What does it mean for public works nationwide?, Jul,p.51
  • Fund transportation: Increase the gas tax!, Jul,p.54
  • Pavement surface condition standards: rutting and cracking, Jul,p.58
  • Using the critical path approach to providing bicycle and pedestrian facilities to both new and existing streets, Jul,p.61
  • Work zone traffic control: new rules and good practices, Jul,p.64
  • City of Colorado Springs tests Terminal Blend Tire Rubber Asphalt, Jul,p.66
  • An economical solution to a county road problem, Jul,p.70
  • Non-maintained dirt roadways: a shared, affordable paving approach, Jul,p.72