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Exploratory Advanced Research Program

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Ongoing Research


FHWA is funding exploratory advanced research across the range of issues that are critical to the transportation industry. Research is listed under four broad functional areas. Functional areas describe traditionally-related areas of scientific and engineering inquiry Researchers who work within the functional areas frequently will have similar academic backgrounds in engineering, social sciences, or physical sciences, including:

 

 


Exploratory Advanced Research Program

Research Highlights


Brochures

Ear Program Research Results - Updated Through 2014,(FHWA-HRT-15-024)- December 2014

Multimedia Downloads

Investigating Advanced Traffic Signal Control, (N/A)- April 2011

Project Fact Sheets

Assistive Technologies for Visually Impaired Persons,(FHWA-HRT-15-040)- February 2015

Reference Scans

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Applications for Highway Transportation,(FHWA-HRT-14-037)- November 2013

Reports

Making Driving Simulators More Useful for Behavioral Research - Simulator Characteristics Comparison and Model-Based Transformation,(FHWA-HRT-15-016)- March 2015

Scanning and Convening Activities Fact Sheets

Understanding Material Durability - Workshop Examines Aging of Composite Materials,(FHWA-HRT-14-068)- June 2014

Summaries

Making Driving Simulators More Useful for Behavioral Research - Simulator Characteristics Comparison and Model-Based Transformation,(FHWA-HRT-15-016)- March 2015

Web Articles

Emission Reductions, Fuel Savings Demonstrated at Turner-Fairbank ()-

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