Stanley L. Ring Memorial Library new acquisitions
How to order
Order library materials in three ways:
- Order online, www.ctre.iastate.edu/library/search.cfm.
- Contact Jim Hogan, library coordinator, 515-294-9481, email@example.com, fax 515-294-0467.
- Mail or fax the order form on the back cover of Technology News.
V 736 Plowing Tug Hill. This is a video of 1939 methods to open a “snow plugged” county road in New York. Although it was serious business at the time, it is somewhat humorous now considering the equipment currently available.
P 1662 Bowstring Arch Bridges of Iowa. This booklet provides a pictorial and narrative history of the 20 remaining bowstring arch bridges in Iowa. It was developed as part of the historic preservation process to document these unique bridges which are located in eight counties.
Selected Iowa DOT library new acquisitions
The Perfect Spot: Iowa 80’s Journey from Iowa Cornfield to World’s Largest Truckstop, Iowa 80 Group. Phil Roberts, Writing Consultant. 2004, 71p. TL153/P47/2004.
Guide for the Planning, Design, and Operation of Pedestrian Facilities, AASHTO. 2004, 127p. TE279.5/G85/2004.
Crash Reduction Following Installation of Centerline Rumble Strips on Rural Two-Lane Roads, Bhagwant N. Persaud, Richard A. Retting, and Craig Lyon; Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. 2003, 9p. HE5614.2/P47/2003.
Simplifying Delineator and Chevron Applications for Horizontal Curves, Paul J. Carlson and others; Texas A & M University. Report No. FHWA-TX-04/0-4052-1. 2004, 236p. TA1/T31r/4052-1.
How to order
To receive publications from the Iowa DOT libary, you can also contact Hank Zalatel, Iowa DOT librarian, 515-239-1200, firstname.lastname@example.org. (You can search the entire Iowa DOT library online as part of the State Library of Iowa. Go to the LTAP library site; click on Iowa DOT Library.)