AboutLynn Stanley

    March 20, 2019

    Do Bridge Crossings Scare You? You Are Not Alone

    The Jeremiah Morrow Bridge is Ohio’s tallest bridge, hovering 239 ft. above the Little Miami River gorge. The crossing, located between Fort Ancient and Oregonia, is also one of the state’s longest bridges at 2,525 ft. The I-71...

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    Topics: vehicle bridges, gephyrophobia

    May 03, 2016

    Hitting The Waterways This Summer? Fenders Keep Your Ride Comfortable

    The last time I rode a ferry was when I took Shepler’s service from St. Ignace to Mackinac Island. Captivated by the view, I wasn’t thinking about things like the fenders that funneled the ferry into the terminal and absorbed the...

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    Topics: waterfront infrastructure, fenders, ferry terminals

    October 16, 2015

    To Steel or Not to Steel: Act I

    To Steel Or Not To Steel – That Is The Question.

    Steel has issues.

    At the 2015 Congressional Steel Caucus “State of Steel” Hearing, illegal dumping, currency manipulation and a string of industry layoffs and plant closures...

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    Topics: FRP bridge deck, composite bridge, steel bridge

    September 16, 2015

    Going Green? FRP Makes Its Case

    What do restaurants, cruise vacations and the fashion industry have in common? They're all "going green" in 2015. What is "going green?" It's minimizing environmental impact, while remaining profitable. This has become an...

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    Topics: trails, green, bridge decks

    August 31, 2015

    Disruptive Technology: Coming to a Trail Near You

    Car-to-car communication, 3-D printing, social robots and “sense and avoid” drones all sound a bit like science fiction. The media is calling these 2015 headliners “disruptive” technologies or innovations. These terms, however,...

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    Topics: FiberSPAN, trail bridges, disruptive technology, rails-to-trails, cantilever sidewalks

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