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In 2013 Portland, Oregon, added protected bike lanes to Northeast Multnomah Street_TN
By Dan Friedell
Any physical barrier between cyclists and car traffic goes a long way toward improving the perceptions of safety among riders, and proves effective in limiting car/bike encounters, according to a recent study by Portland State University.
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Exterior rendering of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights_TN
By David Hill
Up-to-the-minute design technologies assist in the design and construction of a museum with a fluid, sculptural form inspired by the shapes found in nature.
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The concrete diversion dam in the Willamette River is one of the most prominent remaining elements of the Eugene Millrace_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
When the ODOT constructed replacement bridges on Interstate 5 across the Willamette River, it took great care to preserve elements of the Eugene Millrace.
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Fish screen rendering_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
A new joint intake and fish screen on the Sacramento River will provide water supply reliability and listed fishery species protection.
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Illustration of the future, which displays automated train_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
Research identifies trends that will impact the development of rail for the coming 35 years and envisions the dramatic changes technology integration can bring.
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Aerial view of pods_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
A high-concept design for self-sufficient, solar-powered floating food stalls in Singapore blends modern solutions with traditional services.
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Part sculpture and part structure, a spiral staircase currently being constructed for the atrium of a mixed-use building in London_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
A vegetated spiral staircase under construction in the atrium of a multiuse building in London known as Ampersand offers meeting spaces that appear to float between floors.
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Configuration of liner reinforced joint_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
A research team tests cured in place pipeline liners on a shake table and finds they significantly enhance the seismic performance of a ductile iron pipeline.
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