Why Lincoln Tunnel brace was built, but why we’re still here

In the mid-1800s, the United States built the first subway tunnel in a city that had never been built before, but it wasn’t until the mid 20th century that the subway began to take shape.In the 1920s, construction of the first U.S. subway started, and the first subways began operating in New York City in […]

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How to safely test for wind tunnel injuries

A new tool for testing wind tunnel injury is on the way.A new non-invasive test will be made available to the public in late 2019, a month ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Reuters reported.The test is the result of collaboration between the National Wind Tunneling Laboratory and the University of Minnesota.The tool is a […]

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How to avoid the Christmas Light Tunnel traffic jam

By The Numbers: Christmas Day Traffic Jam at Lincoln Tunnel: 1,400 Cars, 7,000 Lanes, 3,000 Trees, 20,000 People (source Business Insider) “You will be able to drive around for a long time in this area,” Mr Pugh said.“I think the public will like that. “They’ll feel like they’re going through a tunnel.” “I think the public […]

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