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  • Gov. Wolf Announces Expanded PennDOT Technology Pilot to Track Over 700 Plow Trucks

    first_img Efficiency,  GO-TIME,  Government That Works,  Infrastructure,  Innovation,  Press Release,  Results,  Transportation Harrisburg, PA – This winter season, more than 700 plow trucks covering interstates and expressways statewide will be outfitted with technology to improve location and operations information through a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) pilot program, Governor Tom Wolf announced today.“This system will allow PennDOT to see operations and conditions on the ground in real-time, helping them to better analyze how they do their jobs and get the best investment out of every dollar,” Governor Wolf said. “A government that works is also a transparent one and this pilot is a perfect example of maximizing efficiency and modernizing operations.”The governor joined PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards at the department’s District 8 headquarters in Harrisburg to explain how the Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system will help improve the department’s real-time information on vehicle movement, plow-route coverage and usage of materials such as salt and anti-skid.“We expect that this technology will not only help us review truck movement and material usage after a storm, but it should also help us while storms are occurring,” Richards said. “Interstates and expressways are our top priority during winter weather, and this system will help us identify and respond to real-time conditions even better than we do today.”The AVL system pilot is part of Governor Wolf’s GO-TIME initiative that leverages inter-agency coordination and collaboration to maximize efficiency, modernize state government operations, and provide the highest quality services. The pilot, as one of seven GO-TIME projects identified by PennDOT in 2016-2017, is expected to realize a cost savings of $1.4 million over the next four to six years based on a combination of reduced salt usage and better use of department equipment, Richards said.In total, 516 PennDOT plow trucks and 212 contracted rental trucks servicing interstates and expressways across the state will have AVL installed. Statewide, PennDOT has 2,200 total department-force trucks and also rents approximately 270 trucks and their operators to maintain the more than 40,000 miles of roadway for which PennDOT is responsible.PennDOT plans to make the system’s real-time location data available to the public later this year through its traveler information website, www.511PA.com.For more information on winter operations and how the public can prepare for the season, visit www.PennDOT.gov/winter.Follow PennDOT on Twitter or “like” the department on Facebook. October 22, 2015 Gov. Wolf Announces Expanded PennDOT Technology Pilot to Track Over 700 Plow Truckscenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

  • Lewandowski ends UCL campaign as top scorer

    first_imgAdvertisement Robert Lewandowski ended the 2019/20 Champions League season as the tournament’s top scorer with 15 goals. He was close to 16 when a first-half attempt came back off the post in the 1-0 win over Paris Saint-Germain in Sunday’s final. The Polish star ended the season with 55 goals in all competitions. However, Cristiano Ronaldo, with 17 goals in 2013-2014, retains the record for the highest number of Champions League goals in one season. Top scorers: 15: Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) 10: Haaland (Dortmund) 9: Gnabry (Bayern Munich) Loading… center_img Read Also: PSG boss backs Neymar, Mbappe after UCL final loss6: Depay (Lyon), Jesus (Man City), Kane (Tottenham), Mertens (Napoli), Sterling (Man City)5: Benzema (Real Madrid), Icardi (PSG), Ilicic (Atalanta), Martínez (Inter Milan), Mbappe (PSG), Son Heung-min (Tottenham), Suarez (Barcelona)FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True12 Movies That Almost Ended Their Stars’ CareersThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime10 Most Evil Female Characters In Disney Movies7 Netflix Shows Cancelled Because They Don’t Get The RatingsA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Nowlast_img read more

  • PL on Citi: Christian Pulisic hat-trick propels Chelsea to victory against Burnley

    first_imgWillian got in on the act only minutes later as he cut in from the right, opened up some space with a step-over and left Pope sprawling for 4-0.Chelsea was awarded a penalty and a chance to make it 5-0 when substitute Hudson-Odoi went down in the Burnley box in the 75th minute but, following a VAR review, the England teenager was instead booked for simulation and no spot-kick took place.Jay Rodriguez provided some real consolation for Burnley with a rocket of a finish to make it 4-1 in the 86th minute.Remarkably, the Clarets then further reduced the deficit as Dwight McNeil fired past a static Kepa Arrizabalaga as the Chelsea defence appeared to switch off.No convincing Clarets comeback materialised, though, and Chelsea were able to celebrate a seventh straight win in all competitions as it ended 4-2 in their favour at Turf Moor. Source: Talk Sports The USA international completed his treble with a sensational header The Blues attacked with pace and purpose from the outset, capitalizing on every loose ball in the Burnley backline to devastating effect.No player epitomized this better than the 21-year-old from Pennsylvania, who grabbed a perfect hat-trick to send a message to all those who doubted he could fill Eden Hazard’s shoes.Of course, he has a long way to go, and late strikes by Jay Rodriguez and Dwight McNeil suggest Chelsea are on a steep learning curve also.But it is likely to be an exciting journey for all involved at Stamford Bridge. Pulisic made the most of his starting berth by boosting Chelsea ahead in the 21st minute.The United States international capitalised on some indecision from the Clarets to dribble into the D and slot the ball beyond Nick Pope for his first Chelsea goal.The former Borussia Dortmund winger doubled his tally for the Blues with a second goal just before half-time, roaming forward before finding the inside of a post to make it 2-0.Pulisic completed his hat-trick – the first of his career – in the 55th minute, rising highest to get his head to Mason Mount’s cross from near the corner flag. Callum Hudson-Odoi picked up a booking for simulation after VAR intervened Christian Pulisic scored a perfect hat-trick to justify his place in the Chelsea starting XI Christian Pulisic sent a clear message to Chelsea boss Frank Lampard by scoring a perfect hat-trick against Burnley.The USA international was sensational at Turf Moor and fully justified his inclusion in the starting XI having struggled for game time at Stamford Bridge thus far. Tags: BurnleyChelsea Football clubChristian Pulisiclast_img read more

  • England U21s knocked out of Euro 2017 as Germany beat Young Lions on penalties

    first_img1 Aidy Boothroyd failed to end England’s Germany curse England Under-21s suffered more penalty semi-final heartbreak against Germany after Nathan Redmond’s miss sent them out of Euro 2017.Julian Pollersbeck saved the Southampton winger’s spot kick as Germany won 4-3 on penalties following a 2-2 draw after extra time.It was hard on the Young Lions who battled hard but it is Germany who will face Spain or Italy in Friday’s final in Krakow. Demarai Gray had cancelled out David Selke’s opener before Tammy Abraham put England ahead for the first time just after the break in Tychy.Felix Platte’s fine header sent the game into extra time with England hanging on before penalties. Lewis Baker, Ben Chilwell and James Ward-Prowse all scored with Pollersbeck saving from Abraham and finally from Redmond as Germany progressed despite Jordan Pickford saving Yannick Gerhardt’s effort.It was the second time Germany Under-21s boss Stefan Kuntz had broken English hearts having been part of the German side to beat the Three Lions on penalties at Euro 96 almost exactly 21 years ago.Redmond was only fit enough to make the bench but Nathaniel Chalobah shook off a groin problem to start. It was a welcome boost for the Young Lions and they received another after just two minutes when Germany’s penalty claims were somehow rejected. Max Arnold slipped in Selke and the RB Leipzig striker stole in front of Calum Chambers as the Arsenal defender clipped his heels. Selke went down but referee Gediminas Mazeika turned down his appeals. Gideon Jung then denied Abraham a tap in before Chalobah planted two free headers over the bar as England turned the screw.And they almost opened the scoring after six minutes when Will Hughes fed Gray only for Jeremy Toljan to block his shot and Pollersbeck save his follow up. The high tempo start was in contrast to a limp atmosphere within the Tychy Stadium but England were on top and blew another fine opening when Abraham headed straight at Pollersbeck. But the Young Lions still survived scares as Serge Gnabry headed wide before Pickford gathered Selke’s effort. Slowly Germany wrestled control as Janik Haberer missed at the far post and Toljan’s deflected effort was turned behind by Pickford.The warning signs were there but England failed to heed them with the Germans growing in confidence and composure. England had blown their early chance and it was no surprise when Selke finally took his to put Kuntz’s side ahead after 35 minutes. They earned joy on the left against Chilwell and Toljan’s marauding run had the Leicester man trailing. The Hoffenheim defender advanced into the area and picked out the perfect cross for Selke to power in from 10 yards. From slicing Germany open in the first 20 minutes England faced coming from behind for the second time in the tournament. They were on the ropes but landed their own sucker punch four minutes before the break to equalise. The German defence had looked brittle and when they failed to clear Ward-Prowse’s corner following Chambers’ header Gray smashed in from six yards. England’s mental strength had prevailed and they grew stronger still when Abraham fired them ahead five minutes into the second half. Germany’s defensive frailties were exposed again when Gnabry’s loose pass fell straight to Hughes who dribbled into the area and crossed for Abraham to poke in from close range. Suddenly England looked comfortable and were buoyed when Selke was forced off injured and replaced by Platte after 63 minutes. But seven minutes later Platte levelled with England undone again from a corner – just like against Slovakia in the group stage – as Mason Holgate was beaten to the ball and Platte flicked in to make it 2-2. Confidence renewed, Germany began to press and Pickford tipped Max Philipp’s rasping drive over before the Young Lions survived a greater scare with 12 minutes left.Philipp was gifted too much time on the right and his delicious cross was headed in by Platte – only for the striker to be flagged offside by the tightest of margins. Weary England managed to cling on for extra time as the Germans dominated a game of attack against defence.Nadiem Amiri fired across goal as Germany probed for an opening but the best openings came from England as Baker sliced wide and John Swift headed off target.And with seven minutes left Amiri missed his golden chance when he missed his kick with the goal gaping which sent the game to penalties. Pickford saved from Gerhardt and Pollersbeck stopped Abraham but after Amiri netted Redmond needed to scored to send the shoot-out to sudden death. But Pollersbeck guess right to turn away the 23-year-old’s penalty as England went out.last_img read more

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