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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-13-002
by Carl Andersen
The United States is taking a giant leap toward a nationwide wireless system of connected vehicles and smart infrastructure. How? By means of the world's largest real-world test.
An Eight-Lane, Four-Bore Hole in One
by Doug Hecox
After 2 years of digging, Caltrans is teeing up to complete the newest portal of the Caldecott Tunnel, which promises congestion relief between Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
by C. Y. David Yang, Jim Shurbutt, and Brian Philips
Read on to find out how researchers at FHWA's Human Factors Laboratory are studying motorists' behaviors. The potential dividends are significant.
by Kevin M. Bartoy
A one-of-a-kind information center in downtown Seattle helps Washington State alleviate a new tunnel's impact on a historic district.
by Gary Jensen
Does designation as one of America's Byways have a quantitative impact on a community's economy? Here's how to find out.
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