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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 →

  • 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 →

  • Capacity Process Tools Bundle (C02/C08/C09/C12/C15) - Planning tools for collaborative decision-making success. Read More →

  • 3D Utility Location Data Repository (R01A) - 3D modeling helps agencies design optimum transportation solutions. Read More →

  • Performance Specifications for Rapid Renewal (R07) - Performance specifications to speed construction, reduce oversight, and encourage innovative approaches. Read More →

  • Railroad-DOT Mitigation Strategies (R16) - Resources that streamline permitting processes and support rapid decision making to reduce delays. Read More →

  • Service Limit State Design for Bridges (R19B) - Service Limit State Design for Bridges. Read More →

  • National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training Program (L12/L32) - Training for safer, faster, stronger, more integrated incident response. Read More →

  • Concept to Countermeasure – Research to Deployment Using the SHRP2 Safety Data - Analyzing Driver Behavior to Understand the Factors Contributing to Highway Crashes. Read More →

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  • Special Events Feature SHRP2 Solutions In Action

    SHRP2 Solutions Pavement Preservation for High-Traffic-Volume Roadways and Innovative Bridge Designs are being featured at events across the country. On August 28, transportation stakeholders met in Columbia, MO, to learn more about accelerated bridge construction (ABC). An open house in Minnesota (Sept. 3-5) also featured several pavement preservation techniques, including a site visit to see the SHRP2 solutions put into practice. Showcase events in Rhode Island and the Gila River Indian Reservation (Arizona), occurring later this year, will include site visits and presentations of lessons learned from specific bridge projects.

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View this SHRP2 overview video.
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Solutions in the Field

Testing, demonstrating, and talking about SHRP2 Solutions across the country.

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