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  • Hi Thomas, I'd be more than happy tospeak to you about transportation engineering and the transportation industry. Feel free to reach out to me at [email protected] to set up a Zoom interview!  Best, ------------------------------ Christopher ...

  • Thomas, I work for the NCDOT and can provide some insight to a lot of different aspects to transportation engineering. I can be available for an interview between 8AM-2PM EST, Monday through Friday typically. Let me know what date/time works for you and ...

  • Thomas,   I would be happy to speak with you.  As you can imagine, we are extremely busy but if you can propose some time slots during the week of 10-14 October, we'll find a time for a call.  Times to avoid: 10/10 before 9 am, 10/12 9:30-12:00 and 1:00-2:00 ...

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  • Hello everyone!  My name is Thomas Asrat and I'm a 3rd year student at SJSU looking to conduct some informational interviews with people in the transportation industry. I've been exploring what I would like to specialize in moving forward in my career ...

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  • Another issue with the delegation of infrastructure responsibilities to localities is that it makes each decision body less experienced, as they can only work on projects in their own areas. One of the reasons that infrastructure projects take so long ...

  • "Paid for" as opposed to "Paid off" simply refers to when the collection of tolls ceases. The premise of toll roads being publicly owned is not so confusing as their administration is confounding. The Dallas-Fort Worth Turnpike eventually stopped collecting ...

  • I see toll roads as simplify a manifestation of US culture, in broad generality, being self-absorbed and/or not having a distrust for government. By being self-absorbed, I mean nobody wants to pay for anything that would go to the greater good of society. ...

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  • Toll roads developed by public authorities are public property so the title of this thread with regard to the original post may be misleading. When members of an RMA are confused by this aspect it is no wonder that the public might also be similarly confused. ...

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  • Toll collection as financing has helped sprout an array of new routes and planning initiatives in the US in the last two decades. The complaint heard most often is "when is this thing paid for?" followed by "Why did they pick that route?". Texas, in particular ...

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  • What kind of software did u use for the traffic simulation? ------------------------------ Bernard Nartey P.E., M.ASCE Project Manager Brownsburg IN ------------------------------

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