Transportation What's New
- Traffic Management
This handbook explains the basic concepts, considerations and requirements for managing traffic through construction workzones.
- Mayor Frank P. Zeidler: Essay #25
This well-researched book establishes the historical context of conditions in Milwaukee at the end of World War II and examines Mayor Zeidler’s efforts to improve mass transit while stemming the decline of mass transit usage and provides his introspection on Milwaukee transportation policies.
- Traffic Calming
In this program, you will learn: traffic calming practices that work; information on new trends, models and devices; how to prevent/avoid common pitfalls and how to effectively involve constituents in the process.
Equip yourself with the knowledge to make the right traffic calming choices for your community.
- The Trend to Low-Impact Development
Low-Impact Development (LID) does not appear to be a passing trend. Public works departments are seeing a greater acceptance of these principles, not just for new development, but also for retrofit of older neighborhoods. Speakers for this program are experts in implementing LID in communities throughout North America.
- Reinvesting in America’s Transportation System
This program provides an update on the status of surface transportation authorization and recommended reforms shaping the debate. The program also includes a presentation of APWA's new surface transportation authorization toolkit and hands-on resources for attendees to take back to their communities and APWA chapters.
- A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets
This 6th edition of AASHTO's "Green Book" provides guidance to highway engineers and designers who strive to make unique design solutions that meet the needs of highway users while maintaining the integrity of the environment.