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Highway Safety and Trees: The Delicate Balance

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Highway Safety and Trees: The Delicate Balance
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A Federal Highway Administration film (FHWA-SA-06-13).

This film is available courtesy of the FedFlix.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal License (Public Domain Dedication).

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2006
Duration: 11:44
Everyone is a stakeholder when it comes to safety. Highway Safety and Trees: The Delicate Balance stresses that the design of highway projects should be a cooperative effort involving the highway agency, concerned communities, organizations, and individual citizens. Use this video to initiate a dialogue. The video provides an opportunity for all parties to recognize the benefits and risks associated with trees. It discusses many solutions from roadway relocation to use of guardrail to removal of trees from the most hazardous locations. No single solution is appropriate for all situations; every potential solution deserves discussion.
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