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Golden K.,ITE
ITE Journal (Institute of Transportation Engineers) | Year: 2011

Keith Golden discusses how Georgia, US, is dealing with its traffic congestion and other transportation challenges through various programs. The Georgia Legislature has passed House Bill 277 - Transportation Investment Act (TIA) of 2010 - to address the state's mounting transportation needs, such as declining infrastructure and increasing demands for new capacity. TIA 2010 provides the citizens of Georgia with the opportunity to determine the future of transportation in their communities. In fall 2011, commuters on I-85 began to benefit from Georgia's first high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) to high occupancy toll (HOT) lane conversion. The express lanes help manage traffic flow, offer motorists another commuting option, and provide more reliable trip times. A DDI is a relatively low-cost congestion and safety solution that enables meaningful improvements at clogged interchanges without expending huge sums of money and time. Source


Blair T.,St. Louis Transportation | Pangborn-Dolde J.,ITE
ITE Journal (Institute of Transportation Engineers) | Year: 2014

There has been a significant shift in how engineers and planners carry out their jobs. Transportation engineers are increasingly concerned with density and mix of land uses and how they dictates various modes, while planners are more aware of tying neighborhoods together with multimodal transportation facilities. Many factors are contributing to this cross-pollination of the engineering and planning professions, such as significant demographic shifts, the impact of the most recession on government revenues, and a growing community interest in sustainability and livability. Source


Kennedy J.J.,ITE | Kennedy J.J.,Vanasse Hangen Brustlin Inc.
ITE Journal (Institute of Transportation Engineers) | Year: 2015

Experts emphasize on the need to maintain long-standing core competencies such as safety and operations. They state that it is essential to embrace required changes in the profession to better respond to the mobility needs of complex urban areas and to the rapidly evolving vehicle technologies that will impact surface transportation infrastructure. Transportation professionals are involved in all three aspects of safety, engineering, education, and enforcement. Professionals are making a difference in the movement toward zero deaths, whether it is through a downtown complete streets project or a road diet that results in a speed reduction, reduced pavement areas, improved pedestrian and bicycle facilities, or safe routes to school programs. Source


Trademark
Ite | Date: 2013-01-29

Metal cushion clamp assemblies, comprised of metal brackets and metal clamps; manually operated metal valves. Vacuum pumps; electric liquid pumps; refrigerant oil pumps; electric controls test pumps for pressure and vacuum; gas operated soldering irons and their replacement parts, namely, regulating valves, swivel adaptors, pressure regulators, cyclone burners, filler tubes, each being parts of machines; separators for oil and liquids, namely, cyclone separators, centrifugal separators and separating machines. Hand-operated tube, hose and pipe cutters; sawing vises for tubes and hoses; hand tools, namely benders for pipes and conduits; hand operated flaring and swaging tool for pipes; manually operated ratchet wrenches; manually operated reamers; manually operated rube expander tools; tubing piercing pliers, manually operated tube cleaning tools, namely, scrapers, reamers, blades; and hand-operated spanners. Controlling, measuring and testing equipment for use in registration and air conditioning applications, namely, electronic leak detectors for lases, electronic refrigerant gas analyzer, ultrasonic leak detectors for pressure and vacuum, electronic charging and recovery scales, thermometers and anemometer, agrometer, superheat calculator analyzer, pyrometer, electronic and ultrasonic measuring apparatus for measuring distances, areas and volume, temperature recorders, namely, thermometers, electronic thermostats for use in HVAC systems, electronic cold store alarm unit, hermetic compressor analyzer, electronic insulation tester and megohmmeter, capacitor tester, digital clamp multimeter and tester, calibratable pressure gauges, vacuum gauges, heat pump defrost timer and thermostat, thermostat for refrigerating cases and coils, solid state timers, fan delay timers, motor and compressor protector, phase loss monitor, time delay relay, acid and moisture tester, tube adapter for charging and testing, pressure control instruments and cooling tubes for heat exchangers; electronic change over switches for fan-coil systems; inspection mirrors for use in cleaning tubes. Cooling installations, namely, refrigerators and air conditioners; parts of refrigerators and air conditioners, namely, filters, strainers, dryers, vibration and shock absorbers sold as a unit with the refrigerators and air conditioners, copper and brass fittings to connect tubes for refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment sold as a unit with the refrigerators and air conditioners; refrigerant recovery and recycling units, namely, refrigerant gas recycling systems comprised primarily of pressure swing absorption equipment for the recovery, purification and return of gases in industrial applications and replacement parts therefor; ventilating fans for commercial and industrial use; solid state crankcase heaters, solid state relay overload units consisting primarily of heat accumulators and heat exchangers not being parts of machines; electrical heating cables; single and multi-valve manifolds for charging refrigerators; gas charging and evacuating stations, namely, gas-operated charging manifolds for refrigerators; charging cylinders to be used for refrigeration installations, being parts of machines. Insulating sheets, rolls, sleeves and tube sockets for use in refrigeration and HVAC installations; plastic and rubber hydraulic hoses for pneumatic tools and plastic tubing and hoses and tubing with coupling attached for use in refrigeration installations; sealing tape and sealing gum for sealing pipe and tube joints; and insulating materials, namely, solder heat shields made of ceramic woven materials for machinery; hoses made of rubber for use in refrigeration and air conditioning applications.


Trademark
Ite | Date: 2012-07-31

Metal cushion clamp assemblies comprised of metal brackets and metal clamps; manually operated metal valves. Vacuum pumps; electric liquid pumps; refrigerant oil pumps; electric controls test pumps for pressure and vacuum; single and multi-valve manifolds for charging refrigerators; gas operated soldering machines and instruments in the nature of soldering irons and its spare replacement parts, namely, regulating valves, swivel adaptors, pressure regulators, cyclone burners and filler tubes each being parts of machines; gas charging and evacuating stations, namely, gas-operated charging manifolds for refrigerators; charging cylinders to be used for refrigeration installations being parts of machines; mufflers to be used for refrigeration installations; and separators for oil and liquids, namely, cyclone separators, centrifugal separators and separating machines; automatic valves for use with refrigeration and air conditioning applications being parts of machines. Hand-operated tube, hose and pipe cutters; sawing vises for tubes and hoses; hand tools, namely, hand benders for use on pipes and conduits; manually operated flaring and swaging tool for pipes; manually operated ratchet wrenches; manually operated reamers; manually operated tube expander tools; tubing piercing pliers, manually operated tube cleaning tools, namely, scrapers, reamers, blades; and hand-operated spanners. Controlling, measuring and testing equipment for use in refrigeration and air conditioning applications, namely, electronic leak detectors for gases, electronic refrigerant gas analyzer, ultrasonic leak detectors for pressure and vacuum pumps, electronic charging and recovery scales for use in weighing refrigerant cylinders in HVAC systems before a charge is made, thermometer and anemometer, hygrometer, superheat calculator analyzers for use in measuring the superheat condition of HVAC systems, pyrometer, electronic and ultrasonic measuring apparatus for measuring distances, areas and volumes, areas and volumes meter, temperature recorders, namely, temperature indicators, electronic temperature controllers for use in HVAC systems, electronic cold store alarm unit, namely, electronic alarms for use in detecting temperature changes in cold storage facilities; hermetic compressor analyzers for use in testing the electric current of hermectic compressors, electronic insulation tester and megohmmeter, capacitor amperage and voltage testers, digital clamp multimeter and voltage tester, calibratable pressure gauges, vacuum gauges, heat pump defrost timer and thermostat, thermostat for refrigerating cases and coils, solid state timers, fan delay timers, motor and compressor protector for voltage surge and/or circuit overload, video and electronic phase loss monitor for monitoring voltage loss, electronic time delay relays, acid and moisture tester, tube adapter for charging and testing, namely, adapters used to connect electric charging and testing lines to hermetic compressors, automatic pressure control instruments and cooling tubes for heat exchangers in the nature of valves for controlling and regulating the flow of gases or liquids not being parts of plumbing, heating, cooling installations or machines, namely, voltage surge blowout protectors and coolant-temperature sensors; electronic change over switches for fan-coil systems; inspection mirrors for use in cleaning tubes. Refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, namely, air filters, strainers for water lines and plumbing drains, dryers for removal of water vapour, vibration and shock absorbers and copper and brass fittings in the nature of couplers to connect tubes for refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment sold as a unit with refrigeration and air conditioning equipment; refrigerant recovery and recycling units units, namely, refrigerant gas recycling system comprised primarily of pressure swing adsorption equipment for the recovery, purification and return of gases in industrial applications and replacement parts therefor; ventilating fans for commercial and industrial use in HVAC installations; electric solid state crankcase heaters for use in HVAC installations, solid state relay overload units consisting primarily of heat accumulators and heat exchangers not being parts of machines; and electrical heating cables. Insulating sheets, rolls, sleeves and tube sockets for use in refrigeration and HVAC installations; plastic and rubber hydraulic hoses for pneumatic tools and plastic tubing and hoses and tubing with coupling attached for use in refrigeration installations; sealing tape and sealing gum for sealing pipe and tube joints; and insulating materials, namely, solder heat shields made of ceramic woven materials; hoses made of rubber for use in refrigeration and air conditioning applications.

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