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WABE asks Watkins, do those neighborhood ‘slow down’ signs work?

WABE webpage for story featuring Kari Watkins, 'Do the "slow down" signs around Atlanta work?'

Atlanta NPR member station WABE used the unusual example of a Looney Tunes character dangling a “go slow” sign to illustrate what many neighborhoods in the city are doing: installing signs to encourage drivers to check their speed.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

LISTEN: I-85 collapse provides Tien a test case of infrastructure interdependence

Assistant Professor Iris Tien, center, with WABE-FM's Jim Burress and Rose Scott after their conversation about Atlanta's infrastructure on the station's daily program Closer Look. (Photo Courtesy: WABE)

For a researcher who studies the ways society’s infrastructure systems are interconnected and interdependent, the Interstate 85 collapse this spring in Atlanta had a silver lining. School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Iris Tien told Atlanta public radio station WABE that shutting down one of the city’s main thoroughfares presented a rare opportunity — despite the disruption to businesses and the extra travel time for residents.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

AUDIO: Arson talks fracking in Georgia on WABE

The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering’s Chloe Arson appeared on WABE’s Closer Look September 9 to help explore the risks and rewards of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in Georgia.

Thursday, September 10, 2015
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