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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-07-004
by Patrick DeCorla-Souza
Pricing may be one solution to managing congestion on the transportation network, with implications for financing tomorrow's infrastructure.
by Hamid Ghasemi
FHWA is embarking on a 20-year effort to collect more and better bridge data to improve management now and far into the future.
by Kornel Kerenyi and Jorge Pagán-Ortiz
The Maryland State Highway Administration and FHWA partnered to study the effects of scour on these environmentally friendly and economic roadway structures.
by David G. Burwell
The citizens of New Hampshire write a long-range transportation plan to address congestion, land use, and related issues.
by Amit Armstrong and Kevin Gilson
FHWA demonstrated new visualization technologies for a roadway design process in Montana to improve project delivery time.
by Kevin J. Starner and Lamar S. Smith
Given SAFETEA-LU's changes to the law for evaluating projects that involve publicly owned property, consultation is the key more than ever.
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