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    Construction to Begin on I-66 Variable Tolling System
    Jul 19 2016
    By Jay Landers

    The 10 mi long segment of Interstate 66 that is located inside the Capital Beltway in northern Virginia will feature the first all-lane, dynamic-priced tolling system in the United States.

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    Iconic Glass Globe Anchors Expo Community
    Jul 19 2016
    By Kevin WIlcox

    The architecture and engineering teams for the upcoming World's Fair in Kazakhstan created a legacy development, weaving the new structures into the urban fabric.

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    El Paso Extends Bus Rapid Transit
    Jul 19 2016
    By Kevin Wilcox

    El Paso's bright, chartreuse bus rapid transit system is growing in ridership and expanding its services to new routes that serve more of the city.

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    Reconsidering Transportation for the 21st Century
    Jul 12 2016
    By T.R. Witcher

    Columbus, Ohio, has won a U.S. DOT grant to use technology to reshape its transportation system.

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    Website Serves as Resource for Transit-Oriented Development
    Jul 12 2016
    By Jay Landers

    Partnering with a nonprofit organization, the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is encouraging greater use of transit-oriented development (TOD) to promote economic growth and public transportation.

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    Tower Design Offers Best View by a Mile
    Jul 12 2016
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A dramatic new tower would be the tallest structure in the world, offering customers a rich journey through a vertical park before reaching an observation deck 1 mi in the sky.