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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-016
Date: August 2010

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TIG Announces Solicitation for 2011 Focus Technologies

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Technology Implementation Group (TIG) is now accepting nominations for 2011 focus technologies. Nominations may be submitted by State and local departments of transportation; AASHTO members, including member departments and associate members; and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). TIG's goal is to promote high payoff, innovative technologies that State and local transportation agencies and industry can use to improve the Nation's highway system. Nominated technologies should be ready to implement now.

For more information on submitting a nomination and to obtain a nomination form, visit www.transportation1.org/tig_solicitation/default.aspx. Nominations must be sent electronically. The deadline for submissions is September 17, 2010.

TIG's current focus technologies are the Utility Relocation Electronic Document Management System, Grade Crossing Electronic Document Management System, and Environmental Planning Geographic Information System. To learn more about the current technologies and projects, visit tig.transportation.org. Details on the 2010 technologies were also highlighted in the May Focus, which is available online at www.fhwa.dot.gov/publications/focus/10may/02.cfm. For additional information on TIG, contact Keith Platte at AASHTO, 202-624-7830 (email: kplatte@aashto.org).

 

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