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Federal Highway Administration > Publications > Public Roads > Vol. 71 · No. 5 > Articles

Mar/Apr 2008
Vol. 71 · No. 5

Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-08-003


PEL: A Path to Streamlining And Stewardship

by Gina Barberio, Rachael Barolsky, Michael Culp, and Robert Ritter

FHWA's Planning and Environment Linkages program works to ease project delivery through efficient and integrated decisionmaking.

Scoring Intersection Safety

by Ann H. Do, Daniel Carter, Charles Zegeer, and William Hunter

New indices can help highway engineers create safer environments for pedestrians and bicyclists at intersections.

The Environmental First Lady

by Kathleen A. Bergeron

This tribute to Lady Bird Johnson (1912-2007) pays homage to her efforts to beautify America's highways by encouraging wildflower planting and junkyard screening.

PLAN Go Slows

by Wayne J. Overman and Mark M. Boggs

Tennessee's 25-year, $85 billion transportation plan allows for growth in population, the economy, and freight movement, but the State is looking at different financial options to fund it.

Integrated Corridor Management

by Brian Cronin, Steve Mortensen, and Dale Thompson

USDOT and eight pioneer sites are addressing congestion, empowering travelers, and improving travel time reliability.

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