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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-007 Date: September/October 2005|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-007
Issue No: Vol. 69 No. 2
Date: September/October 2005
by Sherry B. Ways and Cynthia J. Burbank
This new paradigm for decisionmaking is helping communities and States prepare for the future.
by David J. Forkenbrock and Jim March
A number of questions, such as "who benefits" and "who pays," need to be addressed when considering mechanisms for funding special-purpose lanes.
by Nancy Shanks
A recent rehabilitation project in Colorado bridges the gap between maintaining historical integrity and meeting current safety standards.
by James L. Sipes
Nevada is making aesthetics a central component of highway design.
by Roy V. Rea and Roy V. Rea Sr.
New research aims to reduce animal-vehicle collisions by deactivating roadside mineral deposits.
by Linda Harper-Brown
A Texas community takes the bull by the horns to achieve its transportation goals.
by Kornel Kerenyi, J. Sterling Jones, Kevin Goeden, Richard Phillips, and Paul Oien
FHWA and the South Dakota Department of Transportation recently partnered to study the effects of inlet geometry on water flow in castin- place and precast structures.