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Listed in this index are all articles published in the APWA Reporter during 2018. They are categorized by subject, with subject headings in alphabetical order.

  • President's Message, Jan, p. 2
  • Technical Committee News, Jan, p. 4
  • How a Strategic Asset Management Plan focused our efforts within a small town, Jan, p. 6
  • City of Santa Monica's Public Works Department receives APWA accreditation, Jan, p. 9
  • For Transportation Girls everywhere, we can do better than eight percent, Jan, p. 11
  • In & Around APWA, Jan, p. 13
  • Index to 2017 articles, Jan, p. 14
  • Washington Insight, Jan, p. 20
  • GAC Insight, Jan, p. 22
  • Imagination to Innovation, Jan, p. 23
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Jan, p. 24
  • Public Asset Management, Jan, p. 26
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Jan, p. 29
  • International Idea Exchange, Jan, p. 30
  • Houston Public Works: the life of Hurricane Harvey in the eyes of public works, Jan, p. 33
  • Preparation and response to Hurricane Irma: the Florida experience, Jan, p. 36
  • Emergency repairs on the edge of a continent: keeping California's Highway 1 open along the Big Sur coastline, Jan, p. 40
  • Free TEEX training for public works staff, Jan, p. 43
  • Suspicious Activity Reporting: The role of public works, Jan, p. 46
  • Fusion Liaison Officer Programs: Effective sharing of information to prevent crime and terrorism, Jan, p. 50
  • Connecting the Dots: A local perspective on coordinating with a fusion center, Jan, p. 52
  • National Weather Service Radar: Radar 101, Jan, p. 53
  • GOES-R: What's new in orbit, Jan, p. 57
  • Mutually Beneficial: Public Works & the Weather-Ready Nation Strategic Initiative, Jan, p. 60
  • President's Message, Feb, p. 2
  • Record Wildfires, Unprecedented PW Response, Feb, p. 4
  • Call issued for nominations to APWA Board of Directors, Feb, p. 10
  • Technical Committee News, Feb, p. 14
  • The Show for Snow Is Racing to the Hoosier State, Feb, p. 16
  • City of Coral Springs Public Works Department becomes 121st accredited agency, Feb, p. 19
  • CPFP Certification: Bridging the gap from private to public fleet management, Feb, p. 21
  • Social media for small communities, Feb, p. 23
  • Could this be what employees experience in your workplace?, Feb, p. 26
  • Recognize Your Leaders: Christopher L. Wannamaker, Feb, p. 30
  • Washington Insight, Feb, p. 33
  • Be a Water Advocate, Feb, p. 35
  • Imagination to Innovation, Feb, p. 38
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Feb, p. 40
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Feb, p. 42
  • Advocacy and funding Michigan infrastructure, Feb, p. 45
  • From Pilot Scale to City Scale: Implementing a large-scale green infrastructure program in Philadelphia, Feb, p. 48
  • Environmental Impact Bonds: Building on DC Water's approach to deploy innovative public works projects, Feb, p. 51
  • Improved worker and public safety needed: cured-in-place-pipe, Feb, p. 54
  • Advancing asset management in bite-sized pieces, Feb, p. 57
  • Celebrating the value of water, Feb, p. 60
  • Updated tech assists in hurricane response, recovery, and future planning, Feb, p. 64
  • Hurricane Harvey: A Texas Chapter perspective, Feb, p. 67
  • President's Message, Mar, p. 2
  • Technology in 2018: The Five Key Trends in Public Works, Mar, p. 4
  • Technical Committee News, Mar, p. 10
  • Technical Tours at the Snow Conference, Mar, p. 12
  • Chattanooga looks forward to celebrating "The Power of Public Works" during National Public Works Week, Mar, p. 16
  • L.E.A.P. into Public Works with DCDPW, Mar, p. 18
  • Going for gold, Mar, p. 20
  • Obtaining a CPII certification is an excellent way to advance your career, Mar, p. 22
  • Certification as a fleet manager helps advance the profession, Mar, p. 24
  • Hurricane preparedness and response: structure versus adaptability, Mar, p. 26
  • Gender parity in public works, Mar, p. 29
  • Diversity in the workplace, Mar, p. 32
  • In & Around APWA, Mar, p. 34
  • Washington Insight, Mar, p. 35
  • GAC Insight, Mar, p. 36
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Mar, p. 38
  • Imagination to Innovation, Mar, p. 40
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Mar, p. 42
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Mar, p. 44
  • International Idea Exchange, Mar, p. 46
  • For a new solid waste manager, be true to yourself, Mar, p. 56
  • Metrics and the Diminishing Ton, Mar, p. 58
  • Reuse: Options for engaging, citywide initiatives, Mar, p. 60
  • What is your human capital plan?, Mar, p. 62
  • Combatting the opioid crisis with drug takeback programs, Mar, p. 64
  • Elected and practitioner perspectives in solid waste, Mar, p. 68
  • Future Fleet: Technology in waste fleets, Mar, p. 72
  • President's Message, Apr, p. 2
  • Technical Committee News, Apr, p. 4
  • Collaboration leads to greater connection, Apr, p. 6
  • Stop Global Whining!, Apr, p. 10
  • Excellence in Snow and Ice Control Award Winners, Apr, p. 14
  • Ventura County Public Works Agency creates dynamic National Public Works Week event, Apr, p. 22
  • The Clark County Public Works journey to accreditation, Apr, p. 26
  • "If you're gonna be involved in the crash, you need to be involved in the takeoff", Apr, p. 30
  • #WeArePublic Works and important benefits of your department using Twitter, Apr, p. 32
  • NEAPWA Diversity Committee members well their stories, Apr, p. 34
  • Washington Insight, Apr, p. 38
  • GAC Insight, Apr, p. 40
  • Recognize Your Leaders, Apr, p. 46
  • Imagination to Innovation, Apr, p. 48
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Apr, p. 50
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Apr, p. 52
  • International Idea Exchange, Apr, p. 54
  • Bringing the darkness of space to light, Apr, p. 57
  • Light your field: a public/private partnership gets it done, Apr, p. 62
  • Procurement Challenges, Apr, p. 65
  • Historic building preservation costs strain municipal budgets, Apr, p. 67
  • Protecting our greatest assets: the new norm, Apr, p. 70
  • Reintroducing annuals to the facilities and grounds of Cumberland County, Apr, p. 72
  • Fields of Green: Economic development through sports, Apr, p. 76
  • Critical weather checklist for property readiness, Apr, p. 82
  • Facility management departments can implement GIS asset management technology solutions to address the ongoing budget squeeze, Apr, p. 90
  • President's Message, May, p. 2
  • Santa Barbara County Public Works responds to devastating mudflow, May, p. 4
  • Candidates for the APWA Board of Directors named, May, p. 8
  • CPWA goes to Ottawa, May, p. 12
  • C4S and APWA Mid-Atlantic Chapter hold joint meeting in Virginia focused on collaboration, May, p. 15
  • Concord Public Works Celebration, May, p. 20
  • Port of San Diego Engineering becomes the first port in the nation to receive APWA accreditation, May, p. 24
  • Small Cities/Rural Communities Return on Investment, May, p. 28
  • A Knight in Shining Armor, May, p. 30
  • The Spokesperson: Who is yours?, May, p. 34
  • 2018 Top Ten Public Works Leaders Named, May, p. 36
  • Washington Insight, May, p. 41
  • GAC Insight, May, p. 43
  • Recognize Your Leaders, May, p. 45
  • Imagination to Innovation, May, p. 47
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, May, p. 48
  • Leading from the Frontlines, May, p. 50
  • International Idea Exchange, May, p. 54
  • Participatory Budgeting: How to put the people in public works, May, p. 57
  • Building a culture of sustainability in public works: lessons learned in Fairfax County, May, p. 61
  • Innovation, collaboration impact first Envision-verified waste facility, May, p. 64
  • The fingerprint of climate change is now clearer--and it's sticking around, May, p. 67
  • L.A. is achieving its sustainability goals through collaborative partnerships, May, p. 71
  • Gaining a natural advantage in municipal service delivery, May, p. 75
  • Boulder's walk and bike future: planning for all ages and abilities, May, p. 78
  • President's Message, Jun, p. 2
  • APWA adopts national Public Works First Responder symbol, Jun, p. 5
  • Technical Committee News, Jun, p. 8
  • Connection between chapters and their Local Technical Assistance Program Centers advances APWA's Strategic Plan, Jun, p. 10
  • First in Maine, Jun, p. 13
  • The many benefits of becoming a Certified Stormwater Manager, Jun, p. 16
  • What does diversity mean to you?, Jun, p. 19
  • Chapter new ideas: Arizona Chapter Young Professionals Committee, Jun, p. 20
  • New Hampshire's oldest public water system, Jun, p. 22
  • Improve your chapter's communication, Jun, p. 26
  • APWA chapters are essential to advocacy success, Jun, p. 30
  • GAC Insight, Jun, p. 32
  • Bright future for diamonds?, Jun, p. 34
  • Automated vehicle location and winter maintenance, Jun, p. 36
  • Leading from the Front Lines, Jun, p. 38
  • International Idea Exchange, Jun, p. 42
  • The Bayonne Bridge: Raising the roadway, Jun, p. 45
  • The future is here: get ready for autonomous transportation, Jun, p. 49
  • Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Guide Likelihood of Failure in Water Pipeline Analysis, Jun, p. 54
  • Delivering assets and strengthening communities: a CBP3 primer, Jun, p. 57
  • The building blocks of a modern public asset management solution, Jun, p. 61
  • What can data do for our world's most precious resource?, Jun, p. 64
  • President's Message, Jul, p. 2
  • APWA's 2018 North American Snow Conference: The Show for Snow!, Jul, p. 4
  • The CPWA Board of Directors Annual Meeting in Ottawa, Jul, p. 11
  • Technical Committee News, Jul, p. 14
  • Looking for purpose with Roy Spence, Jul, p. 17
  • PWX 2018 brings the fifth International Public Works Roundtable, Jul, p. 20
  • Accreditation brings employees together, Jul, p. 22
  • What Certified Public Fleet Professional means to me, Jul, p. 25
  • Six myths that keep us from developing our cultural competence, Jul, p. 28
  • APWA Washington State Chapter: National Diversity Challenge, Jul, p. 31
  • Envision v3: Driving sustainable infrastructure with the right tools, Jul, p. 33
  • In & Around APWA, Jul, p. 35
  • APWA announces the 2018 Public Works Projects of the Year, Jul, p. 36
  • Washington Insight, Jul, p. 62
  • Spotlight on Canada, Jul, p. 64
  • Media Insight, Jul, p. 73
  • Imagination to Innovation, Jul, p. 75
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Jul, p. 76
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Jul, p. 78
  • International Idea Exchange, Jul, p. 80
  • Replace the gas tax with a vehicle-miles traveled fee: Point and Counterpoint, Jul, p. 82
  • For transportation: what will follow the FAST Act?, Jul, p. 87
  • A new way forward, Jul, p. 89
  • On the road to connectivity, Jul, p. 93
  • Weather forecast services: do we still need them?, Jul, p. 94
  • Six steps to safer uncontrolled crossing locations, Jul, p. 98
  • FHWA releases new version of IHSDM, Jul, p. 100
  • New Road Safety Professional certification coming soon: first exam period in October 2018!, Jul, p. 102
  • President's Message, Aug, p. 2
  • Technical Committee News, Aug, p. 4
  • The City of West Linn's journey to APWA Accreditation, Aug, p. 6
  • Public-private partnerships for small cities, Aug, p. 8
  • Are we fatigued by the terms diversity, heterogeneity, inclusion, integration, understanding, and so on?, Aug, p. 10
  • Emerging Leaders Academy: Making relationships to last a lifetime, Aug, p. 12
  • Awards 2018, Aug, p. 14
  • Don't miss these at PWX!, Aug, p. 37
  • Four options to attend PWX, Aug, p. 38
  • One-day passes available for PWX, Aug, p. 39
  • Protected bicycle lanes finally pedal their way to KC, Aug, p. 40
  • You can't lead from behind a desk, Aug, p. 42
  • Innovation, art, and engineering, Aug, p. 44
  • Building Exceptional Staff Talent (BEST), Aug, p. 49
  • Building a smart sewer network, Aug, p. 51
  • Is resilience... sustainable?, Aug, p. 53
  • Plan and prepare for emergencies: if you wait, it's too late!, Aug, p. 57
  • Economic impacts of local recycling processing: a circular economy study of the City of Phoenix, Aug, p. 60
  • Washington Insight, Aug, p. 64
  • GAC Insight, Aug, p. 66
  • GAC Insight, Aug, p. 68
  • Spotlight on Canada, Aug, p. 70
  • Media Insight, Aug, p. 80
  • Imagination to Innovation, Aug, p. 83
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Aug, p. 84
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Aug, p. 86
  • International Idea Exchange, Aug, p. 88
  • A systematic approach to reducing risk, liability and potential construction delays associated with subsurface utilities, Aug, p. 90
  • Trenchless technology innovations benefit all of us, Aug, p. 94
  • Utility Coordination Committees: Maximizing collaboration and coordination long before you dig, Aug, p. 96
  • Cross Bores: Managing risk through education and awareness, Aug, p. 98
  • Who is going to solve tomorrow's problems?, Aug, p. 104
  • SouthEast Connector project benefits growing northern Nevada region, Aug, p. 106
  • Public agencies challenged by text messaging blitz, Aug, p. 108
  • Stormwater ecologist connects students to streams, Aug, p. 110
  • Charting a route for success, Aug, p. 114
  • "Better Services, Better Community", Aug, p. 117
  • Warwick Avenue Stormwater Improvement Project, Aug, p. 121
  • Select the right fleet management system for your department, Aug, p. 127
  • When "The Really Big One" hits the Lake Oswego-Tigard water partnership pipelines, Aug, p. 130
  • President's Message, Sep, p. 2
  • Technical Committee News, Sep, p. 6
  • Lincoln AV shuttle, Sep, p. 8
  • Raymore Public Works: Model Agency, Sep, p. 11
  • Ventura County Chapter makes a difference with student scholarships, Sep, p. 12
  • From the diary of a PWX 2018 speaker, Sep, p. 15
  • Washington Insight, Sep, p. 17
  • GAC Insight, Sep, p. 19
  • Spotlight on Canada, Sep, p. 21
  • Media Insight, Sep, p. 28
  • Imagination to Innovation, Sep, p. 31
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Sep, p. 32
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Sep, p. 38
  • International Idea Exchange, Sep, p. 40
  • Setting up your fleet software, Sep, p. 44
  • Efficiency can boost productivity and morale, Sep, p. 46
  • Managing public sector vehicles with technology, Sep, p. 49
  • Usage vs. Utilization, Sep, p. 52
  • Select the right fleet management system for your department, Sep, p. 54
  • Got Ethics?, Sep, p. 56
  • Revisiting the economic theory of vehicle replacement, Sep, p. 58
  • President's Message, Oct, p. 2
  • Technical Committee News, Oct, p. 4
  • We are one proud APWA-accredited city!, Oct, p. 6
  • If your employees had a choice, would you be their boss?, Oct, p. 8
  • Are we there yet? No, but APWA members will get there steadily and slowly, Oct, p. 11
  • Washington Insight, Oct, p. 14
  • GAC Insight, Oct, p. 16
  • Spotlight on Canada, Oct, p. 20
  • Media Insight, Oct, p. 30
  • Imagination to Innovation, Oct, p. 32
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Oct, p. 34
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Oct, p. 38
  • International Idea Exchange, Oct, p. 42
  • Levels of service for winter operations, Oct, p. 44
  • ROI: A winter maintenance strategy for success, Oct, p. 47
  • Weathering the Storm: Making a difference with weather-savvy roads, Oct, p. 51
  • Using your existing work management software to track your inclement weather program, Oct, p. 54
  • Rising Up: Operators take center stage, Oct, p. 56
  • Culture and public works, Oct, p. 60
  • Don't be the next weather disaster headline, Oct, p. 61
  • Embracing change, Oct, p. 64
  • President's Message, Nov, p. 2
  • North Port proves it can "Achieve Anything", Nov, p. 6
  • Houston Public Works: Tools for resilience, Nov, p. 10
  • Top Ten Performance Measures for Fleet Managers, Nov, p. 13
  • Lake County responds to hunger, Nov, p. 15
  • A rolling tribute to John Doherty, Nov, p. 19
  • PWX 2018 Highlights, Nov, p. 20
  • Washington Insight, Nov, p. 42
  • GAC Insight, Nov, p. 44
  • Spotlight on Canada, Nov, p. 47
  • Media Insight, Nov, p. 56
  • Imagination to Innovation, Nov, p. 58
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Nov, p. 60
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Nov, p. 62
  • International Idea Exchange, Nov, p. 67
  • President's Message, Dec, p. 2
  • Public Works: A Partner and First Responder, Dec, p. 4
  • APWA Public Works Compensation Report and Salary Calculator offers new member benefit, Dec, p. 6
  • Technical Committee News, Dec, p. 10
  • 33rd Annual National Snow Roadeo, Dec, p. 12
  • Continuity of Success: Second year of the Young Professionals Committee, Dec, p. 15
  • Public Works gets the job done in Music City, Dec, p. 17
  • Meet your APWA National Committee for Diversity & Inclusion, Dec, p. 19
  • Reasonable Means Reasonable, Dec, p. 23
  • APWA announces newly credentialed agencies and professionals, Dec, p. 25
  • Washington Insight, Dec, p. 28
  • Record Storms, Floods, Rainfall Intensity--What now?, Dec, p. 30
  • Spotlight on Canada, Dec, p. 32
  • Media Insight, Dec, p. 43
  • Imagination to Innovation, Dec, p. 45
  • Open Your Winter Toolbox, Dec, p. 46
  • Leading from the Frontlines, Dec, p. 48
  • International Idea Exchange, Dec, p. 50
  • The Seven Habits of Highly Dysfunctional Leaders, Dec, p. 56