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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-09-004 Date: May/Jun 2009|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-09-004
Issue No: Vol. 72 No. 6
Date: May/Jun 2009
by Amit Armstrong, Roger Surdahl, and H. Gabriella Armstrong
FHWA engineers are using geophysical investigations to characterize subsurface conditions.
by R. Kent Barnard
Public involvement, full road closure, and new technologies helped the State speed completion of a reconstruction project.
by Jodi Carson and Tom Kearney
A scan tour in Europe demonstrated a number of innovative strategies for enforcing commercial motor VSW regulations.
by Frank Gross and Karen Yunk
Crash reduction factors help identify the countermeasures with the most potential to save lives.
by Terance L. McNinch and Timothy K. Colling
Michigan combines workshops for engineers, local officials, and the public with hands-on assistance and analysis tools to help local agencies continue to make safety happen on local roads.