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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 objective of the SHRP2 Education Connection is to incorporate SHRP2 products into collegiate level lesson plans and curricula. FHWA anticipates awarding up to 10 cooperative agreements to help professors and instructors bring state of the practice solutions to their classrooms.   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 →

  • New Composite Pavement Systems (R21): Guidance to designing and constructing long-life composite pavement systems.   Read More →

  • Precast Concrete Pavement (R05): Tools for using precast concrete pavement (PCP) systems.   Read More →

  • Utility Investigation Technologies (R01B): Advancing technologies to help agencies detect subsurface utilities.   Read More →

  • Work Zone Impact Estimation Software (WISE) (R11): An innovative approach and traffic analysis tool for planning work zones earlier to better manage highway reliability and safety across corridors and network.   Read More →

  • Identifying and Managing Utility Conflicts (R15B): Improving cooperation among highway agencies and utilities for faster project delivery.   Read More →

  • PlanWorks (C01): Systematic web-based resource that supports collaborative decision making to deliver projects that meet environmental, community, and mobility needs.   Read More →

    What's New
  • Announcing SHRP2 Education Connection Recipients

    FHWA and AASHTO have announced the recipients of the SHRP2 Education Connection initiative. Ten universities will receive cooperative agreements totaling an estimated $100,000, enabling them to incorporate SHRP2 products into their transportation coursework. See SHRP2 Education Connection for more information.

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SHRP2 Education Connection Announcement

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