APWA Reporter Past Issues


  • 06 2019

  • President's Message, Jun,p.2
  • Technical Committee News, Jun,p.4
  • Emerging Leaders Academy: A leap of faith, Jun,p.6
  • Harnessing a football rivalry to boost APWA membership in Nevada, Jun,p.8
  • The Wayne County Department of Public Services' journey to accreditation, Jun,p.11
  • Recent flooding along the Missouri River, Jun,p.13
  • Embracing and celebrating diversity and inclusion: A San Diego Public Works perspective, Jun,p.16
  • Washington Insight, Jun,p.23
  • GAC Insight, Jun,p.26
  • Spotlight on Canada, Jun,p.30
  • Media Insight, Jun,p.38
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Jun,p.40
  • PW Tech Management: Leadership in New Technology, Jun,p.42
  • International Idea Exchange, Jun,p.46
  • Public Works Frontline Professionals: Helping with the registry of infrastructure assets, Jun,p.48
  • The importance of closing the gap on asset management expectations, Jun,p.52
  • Connected/Automated Vehicle Update, Jun,p.54
  • Infrastructure Asset Management: Thoughts for innovations and industry standards, Jun,p.56
  • Integrating asset management into improvement programming, Jun,p.60
  • Understanding the accuracy and cost savings of Machine Learning Condition Assessment, Jun,p.62
  • Bridging the Gap: Preserving the past by using technology of the future, Jun,p.66