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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-12-006
by Nancy E. Bobb and Greg A. Kolle
The San Francisco-Oakland east span, a 1930s landmark, is being replaced by a seismically advanced structure designed to last for 150 years.
by Mohammed Yousuf and Mark Fitzgerald
From DSRC to robotics, innovations that help travelers with disabilities also can enhance the road experience for seniors, bicyclists, delivery workers, and moms and dads.
by Rob Elliott and Steve Moler
FHWA has launched a new information-sharing initiative to help your local public agency manage its highway projects.
by Kohinoor Kar and Mike Cynecki
An FHWA focus State speaks out about enhancing pedestrian safety through various innovations, including improved midblock crossings on multilane roads.
by Kevin J. Starner
Two Pennsylvania bridge replacements illustrate techniques for complying with NEPA while delivering small-scale projects efficiently. Here are six steps from a design perspective.
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