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Federal Highway Administration
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Every Day Counts (EDC) is designed to focus on a finite set of initiatives. Teams from the Federal Highway Administration will work with state, local, and industry partners to deploy the initiatives and will develop performance measures to gauge their success.
What exactly is this thing called "Every Day Counts," and just how successful is it? Take a look at what others are saying about this innovative approach to getting new ideas into use in the highway community.
The first group of innovations, or EDC-1, was identified in 2010. These innovations were promoted through Every Day Counts during 2011 and 2012.
Read the article on the EDC-1 effort from the November/December 2013 issue of Public Roads magazine.
In the end of 2012, sponsorship of the EDC-1 innovations by the Every Day Counts initiative came to a close, and a new set of innovations, EDC-2, was selected for deployment. All of them provide ways of improving the work of highway planning, design, construction and operation.
In the March/April issue of Public Roads, this overview of the EDC initiative included a review of the activities of the EDC-2 effort. Read the review.
The latest group of innovations to be promoted through the Every Day Counts initiative was announced to the public on August 28, 2014. These innovations continue the goal of shortening project delivery, enhancing roadway safety, reducing congestion, and improving environmental sustainability. This round of EDC carries the theme of "efficiency through technology and collaboration" as many of the technologies are aimed at improving collaboration among stakeholders to bring efficiencies to the development and delivery of roadway projects.
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Module 1: Introduction to 3D Engineered Models for Highway Transportation
Module 2: Surveying and 3D Engineered Models
Module 3: 3D Engineered Models in Highway Design
Module 4: Applications of 3D Engineered Models in Highway Construction