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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.
Click here to 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. Click here to read the review.
The State Transportation Innovation Council, or "STIC," is a concept that came out of the Every Day Counts summits in 2010. The idea is that bringing together the key players in the area of highway transportation within a state is a great way to determine which innovations will work best for them.
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