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The Federal Highway Administration's Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center J. Sterling Jones Hydraulics Research Laboratory is a resource that State highway agencies may use to study and solve hydraulic problems associated with their highway systems. The laboratory has nationally unique resources and capabilities not available in many States.
State highway agencies may use the J. Sterling Jones Hydraulics Research Laboratory facilities, usually through an interagency transfers of funds, making its resources available without capital costs of laboratory facilities. States may pool resources from time-to-time to conduct commonly needed research.
State highway agencies interested in using the laboratory may contact the J. Sterling Jones Hydraulics Research Laboratory manager (contact information to the right).