If you enjoy playing Jeopardy on TV, you will love this! Students at the Institute for Transportation at Iowa State University (InTrans) have created a couple of online games like the Jeopardy game on TV for your enjoyment. Click below to select your game, create your teams, and start to play! Enjoy! This Ain’t Your Grandpa’s Driving Jeopardy! Hybrid Vehicle Trivia
Grade level: 3-5, Science Build your own permeable pavement. You will need: Materials: Plastic cups preferably clear to see the pavements in action Many types of rocks of different sizes and shapes. Small angular rocks, like rocks for a fish tank; small round rocks like pea gravel Sand Marbles Small blocks like Legos (mimic pavers) Sponge Modeling clay Paste Cardboard [...]
Direct traffic and earn points!
Deliver all the pupils to school on time, without crashing into anything! Do well, and you’ll be a full-blown bus driver!
Can you guess this photo? Tell us what it is by September 1st, 2011. We’ll draw 2 winners at random from all the correct answers!
Youth leaders in traffic safety – showcase your community efforts for the chance to win cash for the cause! Celebrate National Youth Traffic Safety Month for a chance to win this contest, hosted by the National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS).
Students, send in an original 2-4 minute video on any aspect of transportation and win an Apple iPad! Deadline July 15, 2011.
Designers, share your ideas about innovative uses of dedicated short range communications (DSRC) technology that enables vehicles to communicate!
Can you guess this photo? Tell us what it is by May 1st, 2011. We’ll draw 2 winners at random from all the correct answers!
Campaign to raise awareness and support the creation of high speed rail- design a new advertisement!
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