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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-006 Date: July/August 2005|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-006
Issue No: Vol. 69 No. 1
Date: July/August 2005
by Daniel L. Dornan and James W. March
Transportation agencies are considering alternative sources of highway revenue to help build new and maintain existing highways.
by Ann H. Do, Joseph E. Hummer, Jennifer L. Toole, and Nagui M. Rouphail
A new tool will help designers evaluate the level of service on shared-use paths.
by Harry W. Taylor
Effective solutions are ready for deployment today, as these State examples show.
by Daniel Berman
Researchers in Rhode Island are promoting increased seatbelt use among high school students.
by John Baxter, Michael L. Halladay, and Elizabeth Alicandri
International tours glean best technologies and practices from around the globe, and U.S. departments of transportation apply those lessons and offer their own successes.
by Shreenath Rao
A new quality-assurance tool could help engineers improve the performance of concrete pavements.
by Antonio Palacios
The Lone Star State is pioneering innovative approaches to developing and financing major transportation projects.
by Jim Grove, Mark Anderson-Wilk, and Marcia L. Brink
Iowa is leading an effort aimed at increasing the long-term performance and durability of concrete roadways.
by Becky Jaramilla and Sharon Huo
The LRFR process aims to improve the reliability of bridges and increase public safety.
by Theodore R. (Ted) Ferragut, Dale Harrington, and Marcia Brink
The CP Road Map represents a long-term plan for research and technology development for PCC pavements.