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Tag: Road Guy Rob

Roadscapes Wednesday: Do Turning Lanes Really Deserve Their Terrible Nickname

Welcome to Roadscapes Wednesday, each week this post will talk about roads and infrastructure related topics.  I am called the “road geek” for a good reason, I love roads and love talking […]

Trainscapes: Wait, A Train Runs Inside Your House

Welcome to Trainscapes.  Each week, we will feature train content including videos of trains and behind the scenes action of trains and locomotives! If we let more people live ¼-mile from the […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: Why The Extra RED LIGHT On Freeway Ramps

Welcome to Roadscapes Wednesday, each week this post will talk about roads and infrastructure related topics.  I am called the “road geek” for a good reason, I love roads and love talking […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: How Do Stop Lights “See” Your Car

In this video from Road Guy Rob, he chats with two traffic signal experts: Mohammed Bendelhoum, an engineer with the California Dept. of Transportation (Caltrans) and Brian Girardo (Iteris) to explore the […]

The Evening Post: Work From Home Will Forever Alter Our Cities

Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, more people will get to work from home now, and that changes a lot of things forever in our cities!  There is a HUGE change coming to […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: How Nevada Managed To Build A Brand New Interstate (In The 21st Century!)

Back in the 1950s and 60s, America used to build thousands of miles of Interstate highways each month.  But over the past 40 years, western America has not seen a single mile […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: Secret To Stop Speeders In Your Neighborhood Forever

We all have this problem, people going too fast down the neighborhood street.  But what can you do to slow people down?  Road Guy Rob has a great discussion on the problem, […]

Roadscapes Wednesday: America’s Deadliest Freeway Engineering Disaster

In this video from the YouTube channel Road Guy Rob, you get to see what happened during America’s deadliest freeway engineering disaster.  Back in 1989 during a huge earthquake in the San […]

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