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MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub 8h
By simply using lighter colored , it's possible to cool cities and mitigate the effects of . Check out the behind this in our latest video on .
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Michael McSweeney Mar 6
Happy is asking questions about vs . It’s undisputed that concrete will last 40-50 years with little maintenance. There are NO issues with concrete in winters. Winnipeg has most concrete roads per capita in Canada a must
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Nicola Sheppard Apr 6
Interesting in today. Residents came to talk to and I about provision for , and issues, , broken and trip hazards caused by vehicles
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Corstorphine CC Dec 9
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JTC (John Turner Consulting) Apr 3
staff is looking forward to learning about and hearing from experts in the field of transportation at next week’s 2019 Conference
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Concrete Ontario Apr 5
Filling potholes should not be considered an achievement year after year! It is a poor maintenance strategy and overall a terrible investment.
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shivani singh Mar 5
In 's neighbourhoods, have gradually merged with car , garden strips, guard boxes and cemented driveways, leaving no room for . Here's 's report for 's campaign.
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Sérgio Callai Feb 7
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Rottweiler With Lipstick #nospaceforhate Apr 1
People who park on pavements are inconsiderate. Blind, partially sighted, wheelchair users, disabled, child buggy & especially double buggy users etc all struggle. Then there’s the damage to the & cost to the council. Car insurance may be invalid if damage occurs.
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Dr Alexey Kulikov Mar 17
Madrid’s ‘Plan A’ to cut on by 40% includes doubling space for and a zone, which will only allow local residents, people with limited mobility, or zero-emissions vehicles to drive through the city centre.
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Mark Booth Mar 16
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ReCycledParent Jan 30
2 men said I was irresponsible for cycling across a main road at a cross roads with my child on . Said we should have been using the and 50 yards away. So tell cyclists to use the Pedestrian Crossing they weren't using to cross?
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ARRB Group Inc Mar 27
Did you know that the has collected comprehensive pavement condition data on 10,000+ miles of roads, including continuous deflection and cracking data collected simultaneously? Thanks to all the /s who continue using this data to make better .
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BrixMeansBusiness Dec 18
Quick moan ..please folk don’t park on or on it makes it really tricky & unsafe manoeuvring around illegally on road junctions and for folk in wheelchairs or with pushchairs trying to use pavements blocked by 🚗
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Rom | Tapas in the sun Feb 10
In they do like to pave , and with coloured pebbles arranged in pretty patterns. Looks wonderful, but must be very labour intensive. These photos were taken in the courtyards of Viana in . And what about that rustic bench?
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Tony McCormack Feb 18
I don't normally work on Mondays but making an exception today to meet-up with the new Marketing Supremo. Hoping for a final push to enable the completion of the long-awaited TuffTop page about slurry for
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MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub Jan 17
It's been an eventful week for us at . We're grateful to have presented our latest work on and hope to attend again next year!
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MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub Mar 16
Did you know that actually bend under the weight of a ? This bending can have a surprisingly significant effect on consumption. Learn more:
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mark Feb 16
A typical interview, question 1, Are you a cock Womble? 2, can you ride a bike? If you answer yes to both questions your hired!
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Eurobitume Jan 2
account for an estimated 80-85% of the consumed in Europe. The use of reclaimed asphalt in road pavements is set to continue and be a viable option, as long as there is RA available. Learn more on
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