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  • The second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP2) is at the forefront of transportation innovation–helping the Nation’s transportation community improve safety, enhance productivity, boost efficiency, and increase reliability by introducing solutions that improve the country's highway network.   Read More →

  • Now available! SHRP2 Milestones Issue #2.   Read More →

  • The SHRP2 Implementation Assistance Program is available to help State departments of transportation (DOTs), metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), and other interested organizations deploy SHRP2 Solutions.    Read More →

  • National Traffic Management Responder Training continues to save lives with more than 136,000 first responders trained through in-person training, a Web-based course, and engagement with fire and police academies.   Read More →

  • The SHRP2 Reliability Archive (L13A) provides over 2 TB of structured and unstructured data from more than 45 SHRP2 Reliability and Reliability-related projects.   Learn More →

  • Precast Concrete Pavement (PCP) (R05) is being implemented in many different ways including rehabilitating traffic intersections, replacing concrete pavement, and replacement of bridge approaches.   Learn More →

  • It's an unwritten, paradoxical law: the more stakeholders, the more complex the project; and the more complex the project, the more stakeholders there are. Find out how Rhode Island DOT (RIDOT) is meeting these challenges in a new SHRP2 case study.   Read More →

  • The SHRP2 Solution, Regional Operations Forums for Advancing Systems Operations, Management and Reliability (L36) sought to advance TSM&O and support mainstreaming of SHRP2 Reliability research results.   Learn More →

  • Six state DOTs identified constraints associated with their project development and delivery processes and practices — and defined strategies for addressing them using the SHRP2 Solution, Expediting Project Delivery (C19).   Learn More →

  • The Safety Training and Analysis Center (STAC) has been established to assist DOTs and the research community in the study of safety and other transportation issues, using Naturalistic Driving Study and Roadway Information safety data.   Read More →

    What's New
  • SHRP2 Moving Us Forward

    As of October 2015, SHRP2 has successfully delivered $122 million in financial and technical assistance to agencies across the nation. More than 40 SHRP2 Solutions have gone through six rounds of the IAP, enabling state departments of transportation (DOTs), metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), tribal agencies, FHWA's Federal Lands divisions, and others to benefit from the power of innovation. A new report, SHRP2 Moving Us Forward, highlights SHRP2 implementation activities and progress over the past three years.

    SHRP2 Milestones Issue 2 Now Available

    The December 2015 issue of SHRP2 Milestones features the latest achievements on several products and projects in SHRP2 implementation. This news brief highlights significant case studies and best practices from around the country. There are 350 SHRP2 projects underway across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

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