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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-002
by Kathleen A. Bergeron
The pilot program has facilitated adoption of many innovative technologies ranging from prefab bridge components to all-weather pavement markings, and more.
by Mark Taylor and Steve Moler
The time has come for this design tool to advance from use as a conceptual exhibit to full integration into the project development process.
by Michael F. Trentacoste
This overview summarizes a series of articles that appeared in Public Roads recently, focusing on transportation challenges that face an aging population.
by Gabe Rousseau
Tag along on a scan tour of Europe to pick up new insights on how to develop livable communities by making them friendlier to nonmotorized traffic.
by Keith Harrison and Stephanie Roth
Exercising sound engineering judgment can help create sustainable transportation solutions while enhancing community livability.
by Joseph Jones
MoDOT emphasizes a new philosophy of doing everything well instead of a few things perfectly.
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