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New ISU study predicts roosting habitats of threatened bats under bridges

July 06, 2018

Engineers and scientists rarely get together to talk about bats, but when they do, they have unprecedented research to share.

Researchers from the Institute for Transportation (InTrans) at Iowa State University have completed a unique ...

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Researchers inspect one of more than 500 bridges as part of this project

Longtime PCC Lab Manager to Retire

July 02, 2018

Robert (Bob) Steffes has skillfully guided ISU students and faculty through thousands of concrete tests, exams, and procedures at the ISU Portland Cement Concrete Research Laboratory (PCC Lab). At the end of July, 2018, Bob will ...

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Bob Steffes

UHPC overlay equipment makes US debut in Iowa

June 22, 2018

Technologies can be implemented quicker when all parties work together.

 

Iowa ...

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WALO equipment used during the placement of UHPC on the first lane

Iowa Local Technical Assistance Program celebrates 35 years

June 21, 2018

ISU’s Institute for Transportation got its start 35 years ago, and it all began with LTAP.

 

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LTAP's current staff members

Help honor longtime InTrans collaborator James Cable

June 12, 2018

James (“Jim”) Cable, a Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Emeritus, is widely known for his 30-year career supporting advances in the concrete pavement engineering industry. He worked on more than ...

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Jim Cable

REACTOR Lab data gives insights into motorcycle crashes

May 25, 2018

A new interactive tool created at the REACTOR Lab will help to better understand motorcycle crashes in Iowa.

The data collected from 2015 to 2017 on crashes involving motorcycles helps offer insights into why the incidents occur, where ...

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Example of the data available from REACTOR Lab interactive tool

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