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|Publication Number: Date: January/February 2004|
Issue No: Vol. 67 No. 4
Date: January/February 2004
by Joe Conway
The Federal Highway Administration is strengthening its research and technology program.
by Gene K. Fong, Gary Hoffman, and Tony Sussmann
Roundabouts and ITS technologies in work zones are just two of the state-ofthe-art technologies that FHWA and AASHTO encourage State and local agencies to adopt.
by Sheryl Miller, Gabriel K. Rousseau, and Ann H. Do
FHWA is testing in-pavement flashing warning lights at a pedestrian crossing in a Virginia community.
by Max G. Grogg and Jim W. Hall
A field test shows that the rolling wheel deflectometer enables engineers to evaluate pavement while keeping pace with traffic.
by William C. Farr and Michele Deshotels
Louisiana came close to achieving the FHWA goal of streamlining the environmental impact statement process.
by James B. Struzzi II
A Pennsylvania engineering district is the first in the Nation to achieve ISO 14001 certification.
by Eric Gorton
In this historic restoration, the Virginia DOT kept one eye on the past and the other on the future.
by Keri A. Funderburg
Take a look at the latest automotive innovations and intersection technologies for improving driver performance.
by Rebecca Jaramilla
A bridge on the Mississippi River in Elvis' hometown of Memphis gets a seismic retrofit.
by Richard A. Livingston and Ernest J. Bastian, Jr.
Postdoctoral associates push the boundaries of advanced highway research at FHWA.