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T-TV Special Report: Vermont One Year After Tropical Storm Irene
T-TV Special Report - August 24, 2012 This Transportation TV Special Report documents the extraordinary response, recovery, and resolve of the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and its many partners to rebuild after Tropical Strom Irene slammed into the northeastern United States one year ago this month. In Vermont, widespread flooding took the lives of six people. More than 500 miles of state roadway, 34 state bridges, and 200 miles of railway, suffered catastrophic damage and 13 communities were isolated. The obstacles were many; however four short months after the August 28, 2011 tropical storm, VTrans reopened every section of closed state roadway.
AASHTO President and Rhode Island DOT Director Updates Congress on MAP-21 Implementation
AASHTO Presidential Profile
Asset Management NOW/April: Managing Risk
News In Design: UPLAN Helps States Go Digital
Bud Wright Executive Director Message
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