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Federal Highway Administration / Publications / Focus / April 2002

Accelerating Infrastructure Innovations

Publication Number: FHWA-RD-02-009
Date: April 2002

In Brief

Get the latest information on National Highway Institute (NHI) training courses and course schedules from NHI Training Update, a new monthly newsletter available by email. To subscribe to the newsletter, click on the "Newsletter" button on the NHI home page (www.nhi.fhwa.dot.gov).

Current and past issues are also posted on the NHI Web site. If you have any comments or questions about NHI courses, contact Kyung Kyu Lim at NHI, kyung.lim@fhwa.dot.gov.

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To learn more about FHWA's hydraulics and hydrology research, visit the new Hydraulics Web site at www.tfhrc.gov/structur/hydrlcs/index.htm. The site contains a summary of current research, including a national bridge scour study and a study of scour in bottomless culverts; a catalog of available publications; contacts for more information; and links to related sites.

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Looking for a previous issue of Focus? For those who may have misplaced their old copies or were just recently added to the mailing list, the Focus Web site (www.tfhrc.gov/focus/) offers an archive of issues stretching back to 1995.

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