The Resource Green Streets and Highways 2010 : an interactive conference on the state of the art and how to achieve sustainable outcomes : proceedings of the 2010 Green Streets and Highways Conference, November 14-17, 2010, Denver, Colorado, [sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute (T & DA) of the American Society of Civil Engineers] ; Neil Weinstein, editor

Green Streets and Highways 2010 : an interactive conference on the state of the art and how to achieve sustainable outcomes : proceedings of the 2010 Green Streets and Highways Conference, November 14-17, 2010, Denver, Colorado, [sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute (T & DA) of the American Society of Civil Engineers] ; Neil Weinstein, editor

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Green Streets and Highways 2010 : an interactive conference on the state of the art and how to achieve sustainable outcomes : proceedings of the 2010 Green Streets and Highways Conference, November 14-17, 2010, Denver, Colorado
Title
Green Streets and Highways 2010
Title remainder
an interactive conference on the state of the art and how to achieve sustainable outcomes : proceedings of the 2010 Green Streets and Highways Conference, November 14-17, 2010, Denver, Colorado
Statement of responsibility
[sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute (T & DA) of the American Society of Civil Engineers] ; Neil Weinstein, editor
Title variation
  • Proceedings of the Green Streets and Highways 2010 Conference
  • 2010 Green Streets and Highways Conference
  • Proceedings of the 2010 Green Streets and Highways Conference
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Editor
Publisher
Sponsor
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Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
GZM
Dewey number
333.77
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
TA1005
LC item number
.G74 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
Green Streets and Highways 2010 : an interactive conference on the state of the art and how to achieve sustainable outcomes : proceedings of the 2010 Green Streets and Highways Conference, November 14-17, 2010, Denver, Colorado, [sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute (T & DA) of the American Society of Civil Engineers] ; Neil Weinstein, editor
Publication
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Includes bibliographical references
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  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Creating a Sustainable Neighborhood : Mercer Corridor Project -- Applying Principles of Denver Strategic Transportation Plan : East Side Corridor -- County of Hawaiì Laàloa Avenue Extension CSS -- Educational Toolkit for Context Sensitive Solutions -- A Process for Measuring Context Sensitive Solutions Benefits -- Urban Goods Movement Case Studies -- FM 518 Corridor Improvement Study and Implementation, Pearland, Texas -- Roundabouts and Sustainable Design -- Contextually Complete Streets -- Quantifying Non-Motorized Demand A New Way of Understanding Walking and Biking Demand -- Regional Trail Spines and Bikeway Networks a Priority Strategy for Greening Streets and Highways -- Improving Bicycle Safety with More Bikers : An Intersection-Level Study -- Retrofitting with Bioretention and a Bioswale to Treat Bridge Deck Stormwater Runoff -- Towards Green Bridges -- Best Practices in Addressing NPDES and Other Water Quality Issues in Highway System Management -- Green Street Retrofit in an Urban Transportation Infrastructure -- Permeable Friction Course for Sustainable Highways -- Realizing the Benefits of the Planning and Environmental Linkage (PEL) Process : Federal Boulevard (5th Avenue to Howard Place), Denver, Colorado -- LED Streetlight Application Assessment Project Pilot Study in Seattle, WA -- Cool Pavements as a Sustainable Approach to Green Streets and Highways -- Durability of Sustainable Concrete Mixtures -- Carbon Nano Fiber Reinforced Cement Composite for Energy Harvesting Road -- Trace Element Leaching from Recycled Pavement Materials Stabilized with Fly Ash -- Using Foundry Sand in Green Infrastructure Construction -- The Use of Tire-Derived Aggregate in Road Construction Applications -- Development of Design System for Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement -- The Effect of Recycled Asphalt Materials on Hot Mixed Asphalt Pavement Performance -- City of Saskatoon's Green Streets Program a Case Study for the Implementation of Sustainable Roadway Rehabilitation with the Reuse of Concrete and Asphalt Rubble Materials -- Utilization of Post Consumer Recycled Asphalt Shingles and Fractionated Recycled Asphalt Pavement in Hot Mix Asphalt -- Structural/Hydrologic Design and Maintenance of Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement -- Laboratory Evaluation of HMA Containing RAP and PMB -- High Volume Fly Ash Concrete for Highway Pavements -- Sustainable Concrete for the Urban Environment : A Proposal to Increase Fly Ash Use in Concrete -- Durable "Green" Concrete from Activated Pozzolan Cement -- Concrete in the Inner Circuit, a Sustainable Solution for Mexico City -- Thin Whitetopping for Green Highways -- Studies on a Cement Kiln Dust (CKD)-Stabilized Low-Strength Soil for Road Pavement Construction in Eastern Nigeria -- Moving towards Sustainability : New York State Department of Transportation's GreenLITES Story -- USE of BE2ST In-Highways for Green Highway Construction Rating in Wisconsin -- The Development of I-LASTTM Illinois Livable and Sustainable Transportation
Control code
ocn695587496
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (503 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780784476161
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
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illustrations
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.b26487408
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (OCoLC)695587496
  • pebcs0784476160

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