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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-12-005
by Priscilla Pérez Billig
Invasive plant and animal species are threatening Hawaii's ecosystems, but the State's transportation agency is on the job.
by Jimmy Chu and Laurel Radow
Pulling back the curtain on transportation management centers reveals vital hubs for overseeing operations and information sharing on the Nation's highway network.
by Steve Platt and Alan Woodmansey
Archaeological excavations along Montana Highway 78 revealed much about the daily lives of the Crow people of more than a century ago.
by Nancy Shanks and Alicia Sindlinger
Colorado recently rebuilt an 88-year-old bridge along U.S. 550, overcoming historical, geological, and logistical challenges with panache.
by Ben Rasmussen, Gabe Rousseau, and William M. Lyons
Four pilot communities evaluated the effectiveness of investing Federal funds in nonmotorized transportation. The results are encouraging.
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