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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-11-003
by Doug Hecox
The new Hoover Dam bridge reaffirms that American engineering can build great infrastructure despite the current economic challenges.
by David J. Carlson, Ellen Greenberg, and Morgan Kanninen
Road projects around the country are demonstrating that they can deliver livability and environmental benefits while achieving mobility and safety objectives.
by Tamara Redmon
Researchers in Las Vegas, Miami, and San Francisco studied the effectiveness of tailored approaches to reducing pedestrian crashes.
by Linda Wilson
The reconstruction of St. Louis’ Interstate 64 went from disaster to victory, thanks to innovative procurement, regional partnerships, and award-winning public outreach.
by Brooke Struve and Tim Breen
In FHWA’s latest highway design competition, 10 projects embody the innovative spirit of the U.S. transportation community.
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