Monthly Archives: July 2010

2009 MUTCD

We have fielded questions the last couple weeks asking where to download an electronic copy of the 2009 edition of the Manual on Uniform Transportation Control Devices (MUTCD). Vermont Local Roads has the PDF file saved on our web site  … Continue reading

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Preventative Road Maintenance

Here is a video the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Foundation for Pavement Preservation (FP2) produced on preventative maintenance project selection. The film details why careful consideration must be taken before choosing when, where, and how to properly treat our … Continue reading

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Toolbox Safety Talk

Toolbox Safety Talks are Back! Look for a link to a PDF file of Vermont Local Roads weekly safety publication to be posted here each Monday or Tuesday. Got a suggestion for a topic? Leave any ideas as a comment to … Continue reading

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Circuit Rider: Questions from the Road 7/21

Vermont Local Roads Circuit Rider Steve Jerome reports that he has not receieved any new questions  in the last week. Remember you can replay to this post or any other blog post with  questions that you have for Vermont Local … Continue reading

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New workshop in development

Vermont Local Roads and several partners are pulling together a workshop regarding roads and stream health. The target audience would be select boards, public works officials, regional planning commissions and conservation commissions. We want to make sure we meet your … Continue reading

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Vermont Local Roads June Newsletter

The Vermont Local Roads June Newsletter is now available for download online. Each LTAP center publishes a quarterly newsletter as a component of  the organization’s mission “to best foster a safe, efficient and environmentally sound surface transportation system by improving the skills and … Continue reading

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Be careful in the heat

This week’s heat wave here in Vermont and across the country brings with it safety concerns, especially if you are going to be working outside. Remember to stay hydrated and wear loose-fitting clothing to try to stay cool. OHSA has a produced … Continue reading

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