Katelyn (Weiler) Freeseman, standing far left, is with her family.
Katelyn (Weiler) Freeseman, far left, and members of her family.
from Bridge Engineering Center's Freeseman from a family of ISU engineers

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ISU team wins ITE Traffic Bowl Midwestern District

September 04, 2018

In the end, it was their knowledge about traffic safety that drove the Iowa State University (ISU) team to victory in the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ Traffic Bowl Midwestern championship.

The team’s come-from-behind ...

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ISU's winning team, from left, Justin Cyr, Ashirwad Barnwal, and Jacob Warner

Register Now: INNOVATIONS in TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE, Oct. 9-10

August 20, 2018

Registration is now open for the biennial Innovations in Transportation Conference.

 

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In the 2016 Innovations in Transportation Conference, state DOT leaders participate in a panel discussion.

Iowa LTAP training program attracts record number of participants

August 10, 2018

Training has always been an integral part of the services offered by Iowa State University’s Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP), but this year’s attendance in their Work Zone and Flagger Training has hit an all-time high.

A ...

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David Veneziano

Help honor longtime InTrans collaborator James Cable

July 10, 2018

James (“Jim”) Cable, a Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Emeritus, passed away July 10, 2018.

He was widely known for his 30-year career supporting advances in the concrete pavement engineering ...

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Jim Cable

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

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