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Why Autonomous Vehicles Will Provide New Industry Opportunities

We are in an industry surrounded by change. We have seen and heard of the latest in new and emerging technologies that will change the way we know transportation. When, where, and how this change will impact each of us is still to be determined with the biggest debate being the “when.”

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Blue Carbon and Sequestration

Purposeful, anthropogenic carbon sequestration is a fairly recent endeavor to mitigate carbon releases from industrial processes. The theory is that, by actively removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, the effects of manmade climate change can be reduced.

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Today’s Organizations Require Situational Leaders

RS&H leaders frequently visit offices across the nation, encouraging open dialogue and transparency.

When you think of leaders who have left lasting impressions on you, who do you think of and why? Maybe some of those memories are positive and others negative. Regardless, we often look to those having leadership authority to both inspire within us a shared vision and model a way forward.

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Toll Facility System Connectivity

More and more commuters have recognized the convenience and benefits of managed lane roadways. Agencies are responding to this growing acceptance by expanding these facilities and creating a safe and efficient regional network of managed lanes. Due to the overall magnitude of these projects and their potential to dramatically improve mobility, agencies look to optimize toll operations by developing an end-to-end customer experience for motorists.

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The Dos and Don’ts of Design Charrettes

Design charrettes aren’t what they used to be – and for good reason.

The concept came together a few centuries ago in France, where architect professors would send a cart around to pick up work from the students. If the students weren’t done, they would jump in the cart or run alongside it with their work to continue tweaking until it was time to present.

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