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Federal Highway Administration > Publications > Public Roads > Vol. 71 · No. 4 > Articles

Jan/Feb 2008
Vol. 71 · No. 4

Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-08-002


Upholding the Public Trust

by Jim H. Crumpacker

An interview with USDOT's Inspector General highlights efforts to protect the integrity of taxpayer dollars.

Is Your Construction Project a Victim of Crime?

by Jim H. Crumpacker

"Red flag" indicators offer insights to help contracting officers, project managers, and others detect fraud schemes.

Leap, Not Creep

by Kathleen A. Bergeron

Delivery and deployment of vanguard technologies promise to lead the way to faster, safer, better highway construction.

Mobility Services For All

by Yehuda Gross and Gwo-Wei Torng

ITS technologies are improving the quality of transportation for individuals in human service programs.

QuickZone: Modeling In the Zone

by Deborah Curtis

With the revised Federal Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule now in effect, this modeling tool can help DOTs comply.

The Corporate Master Plan Shapes R&T Practice

by Debra Elston and Ariam Asmerom

FHWA provides a progress report on implementation of this leadership and management framework for delivery of a multimillion-dollar research and technology program.

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