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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-09-002 Date: Jan/Feb 2009|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-09-002
Issue No: Vol. 72 No. 4
Date: Jan/Feb 2009
by Jeffrey Shaw and Steve Moler
Facilities dedicated solely to nonmotorized traffic are an emerging development for improving mobility and reducing injury and fatality rates.
by Kohinoor Kar and Richard S. Weeks
Arizona's findings point to centerline rumble strips for reducing lane departure crashes.
by Benjamin A. Graybeal
Progress is continuing on implementing ultra-high performance concrete technology on the U.S. highway system, even while some challenges remain.
by Julie Zirlin
FHWA's Technology Partnerships Program smoothes deployment in the transportation industry.
by Jim H. Crumpacker
Establishing and maintaining strong moral standards in the workplace are essential to building public trust and delivering the transportation program effectively.
by Randy W. Butler
USDOT's new EFM system provides an accurate, efficient, and inexpensive Web-based method of tracking the transport of goods across the world.