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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-2006-004 Vol. 69 No. 6 Date: May/Jun 2006|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-2006-004 Vol. 69 No. 6
Date: May/Jun 2006
by Lisa Phillips, Gabriel Rousseau, and Joanne Schwartzberg, MD
When making recommendations on infrastructure design, FHWA considers changes in the abilities of senior motorists and pedestrians.
by Ariam Asmerom and TaMara McCrae
FHWA outlines its plan to pursue the next generation of high-risk, high-payoff technologies and innovations to solve critical highway challenges.
by Norm King, Sam Talje, Michael F. Bloom, Jeff Scarborough
TxDOT's new approach to monitoring highway runoff promises improved compliance with clean water standards.
by Vicki Glenn
SAFETEA-LU provisions aim to bolster professional, management, and technical skills and expertise at State DOTs.
by Richard F. Weingroff
Even as construction continued at a record pace, the Interstate System needed a rescuer—and found one in Rex Whitton of Missouri.
by Joanne Sedor and Michael Onder
FHWA turns to the information highway to help reduce truck congestion on the Nation's roadways.
by Jane Stutts and Ingrid Potts
A new guide aims to improve driving safety for older road users.