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22 May 19
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In many people’s eyes, the mobile phone holder is used in a car or at home. In fact, as a cyclist, as long as riding a bicycle, it is necessary to install a bicycle mobile phone holder.  Let us look at the role of the mobile phone bracket, I hope that the riders can pay […]

22 May 19
Exltech.in/

Disposable Syringes Market Overview and Introduction The global disposable syringes market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of above 5.0% during the forecast period. Disposable syringes are drug delivery devices that are used in injecting varying dose of drug into the body. The dosage volume is fixed depending on the mediation, thereby, allowing the […]

22 May 19
Upsc Express

The recent floods incidents in the North-Eastern States highlighted the need to shift focus from Flood protection to Flood Governance. Discuss the causes and flood governance efforts needed in the North East in this regard. Approach: Start into with vulnerability of Brahmaputra valley Discuss causes of repeated flood incidents Discuss how flood governance can be […]

22 May 19
Gerry is traveling

  Day 12, May 19 – Osh to Arslanbob Thanks to Anna (of course!), we’ve found a way to up-load my cellphone photos directly to the blog. I hope my catch-up photos gave you an “impression” of what I’ve been writing about. There’s far more and better on the camera, but you’ll have to wait […]

22 May 19
exltech solutions

Market Industry Reports (MIR) has published a new report titled “Titanium Dioxide Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019–2030.” According to the report, the global titanium dioxide market was valued at over US$ 14.0 Bn in 2018 and is anticipated to grow at a healthy CAGR during the forecast period of […]

22 May 19
Exltech.in/

The latest report, 3D Cell Culture Market  enables stakeholders to gain insights into their potential consumers to construct more effective marketing strategies for the forecast period, 2019 to 2030. Most importantly, the document empowers business owners to seek information about potential consumers and where they can find them. Apart from this, the literature sheds light […]

22 May 19
The Mercury News
Q: I had an appointment to get a new Real ID at the Walnut Creek DMV. The good news: I was in and out in 25 minutes. The bad news: the entire place was wheelchair inaccessible. I had to move entire lines of people out of the way to get to a computer, the photo spot and to window No. 3. Rhoda Olkin[cq comment=”//CQ//”], Walnut Creek Like Mr. Roadshow’s Facebook page for more questions and answers about Bay Area roads, freeways and commuting. A: DMV offices are equipped with ADA accessible service windows. Unfortunately, due to the number of visitors to DMV offices and the lines created by those folks, people may need to reposition themselves to allow others to pass. Rhoda uses a wheelchair due to polio. So a Roadshow plea: People in line, look for the disabled and help them move to the front. And to the DMV, position a few workers to usher the disabled to the front. Q: The merge from Interstate 680 north in Concord to Highway 4 east has always been a challenge. With the widening project now in full swing, it has become a disaster waiting to happen. Drivers merging onto Highway 4 have absolutely no leeway before encountering others already on that stretch. Unless you enjoy cozying up next to an 18 wheeler without much warning, it’s a frightening scenario. I realize that while this is short-term pain (well, two years) for long-term gain (more lanes, new interchanges), it would behoove Caltrans to place signs, flashing lights, etc. to warn drivers merging and to those approaching merging vehicles to exercise extreme caution and slow down. Andrew Pierce, Pleasant Hill A: I agree. To better warn traffic of the short merge during construction, additional warning signs will be installed. One of the key improvements that will come out of this reconstruction of I-680 to Highway 4 is a longer distance for merging. Even before construction began, the narrow width of the existing Grayson Creek Bridge and the existing merging distance was very short. The merging distance has been slightly reduced to allow room for placement of temporary K-rail and roadway widening. The short merging conditions will last during the first year of construction. Q: The other day it took us 31 minutes to go 2.6 miles on the approach to the upper deck on the Richmond Bridge. When will the third lane open? John Tysell[cq comment=”/CQ//”], Richmond [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] A: Dunno. There is no schedule for opening a third westbound lane across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. But the joint replacement work on the upper deck is on track for completion in July, followed by the installation on the bridge of the moveable median barrier for the bicycle/pedestrian path, which is now expected to open this summer. Join Gary Richards for an hourlong chat noon Wednesday at www.mercurynews.com/live-chats. Look for Gary Richards at Facebook.com/mr.roadshow or contact him at mrroadshow@bayareanewsgroup.com.
22 May 19
East Bay Times
Q: I had an appointment to get a new Real ID at the Walnut Creek DMV. The good news: I was in and out in 25 minutes. The bad news: the entire place was wheelchair inaccessible. I had to move entire lines of people out of the way to get to a computer, the photo spot and to window No. 3. Rhoda Olkin[cq comment=”//CQ//”], Walnut Creek Like Mr. Roadshow’s Facebook page for more questions and answers about Bay Area roads, freeways and commuting. A: DMV offices are equipped with ADA accessible service windows. Unfortunately, due to the number of visitors to DMV offices and the lines created by those folks, people may need to reposition themselves to allow others to pass. Rhoda uses a wheelchair due to polio. So a Roadshow plea: People in line, look for the disabled and help them move to the front. And to the DMV, position a few workers to usher the disabled to the front. Q: The merge from Interstate 680 north in Concord to Highway 4 east has always been a challenge. With the widening project now in full swing, it has become a disaster waiting to happen. Drivers merging onto Highway 4 have absolutely no leeway before encountering others already on that stretch. Unless you enjoy cozying up next to an 18 wheeler without much warning, it’s a frightening scenario. I realize that while this is short-term pain (well, two years) for long-term gain (more lanes, new interchanges), it would behoove Caltrans to place signs, flashing lights, etc. to warn drivers merging and to those approaching merging vehicles to exercise extreme caution and slow down. Andrew Pierce, Pleasant Hill A: I agree. To better warn traffic of the short merge during construction, additional warning signs will be installed. One of the key improvements that will come out of this reconstruction of I-680 to Highway 4 is a longer distance for merging. Even before construction began, the narrow width of the existing Grayson Creek Bridge and the existing merging distance was very short. The merging distance has been slightly reduced to allow room for placement of temporary K-rail and roadway widening. The short merging conditions will last during the first year of construction. Q: The other day it took us 31 minutes to go 2.6 miles on the approach to the upper deck on the Richmond Bridge. When will the third lane open? John Tysell[cq comment=”/CQ//”], Richmond [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] A: Dunno. There is no schedule for opening a third westbound lane across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. But the joint replacement work on the upper deck is on track for completion in July, followed by the installation on the bridge of the moveable median barrier for the bicycle/pedestrian path, which is now expected to open this summer. Join Gary Richards for an hourlong chat noon Wednesday at www.mercurynews.com/live-chats. Look for Gary Richards at Facebook.com/mr.roadshow or contact him at mrroadshow@bayareanewsgroup.com.
22 May 19
exltech solutions

Market Industry Reports (MIR) has published a new report titled “Titanium Dioxide Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019–2030.” According to the report, the global titanium dioxide market was valued at over US$ 14.0 Bn in 2018 and is anticipated to grow at a healthy CAGR during the forecast period of […]

22 May 19
KahawaTungu

Four Chinese nationals and a local working with the China Railway Engineering Group have been expelled from the Loichangamatak- Lodwars Road project site for allegedly assaulting a Kenyan engineer in Turkana County. The staff, Liu Jiang, Wang Kai, Zhao Liangbin and Li Shaoqing, are accused of assaulting Rodgers Imasa, an engineer with the Kenya National […]

22 May 19
Archy Worldys

If you did not know, we are fine here in our small forest. Colorado was described by U.S. News & World Report voted the tenth best state for the second time in a row and ranked # 1 for business and # 8 for infrastructure. However, it does not take an economist or civil engineer […]

22 May 19
The Charlton Champion

Developers have been given the green light to concrete over a pub garden in Charlton and build six new houses, despite concerns from neighbours in overlooking properties. Greenwich councillor’s approval came months after officers threw out a scheme to bulldoze the closed Pickwick pub on Woolwich Road. The developer, Pure Let Greenwich, put forward plans […]

22 May 19
CitySpidey

People feel cheated when they do not get facilities even after spending crores of rupees for development of infrastructure. The residents, living at NBCC Green View society in Sector 37D, Gurugram, are worried ahead of monsoon as the approach road has yet not been constructed. In 2010, the society had paid around Rs 45 crore […]

22 May 19
Faults and Folds

It was back in Colombia when I first began to consider and question the relativity of my adventure. Through pushing my pride to the side and accepting a ride with Yefferson and his chihuahua pal, Honey, I was forced to explore my own definition of adventure and what I hoped to gain from this two-wheeled […]