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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-13-005
by James McCarthy, Joe Bared, Wei Zhang, and Mark Doctor
Alternative intersection and interchange geometries are helping communities solve mobility challenges for a fraction of the price.
by Kathleen Bergeron
STICs—State councils—are a critical link in shepherding advanced technologies and business processes into mainstream use.
by Richard F. Weingroff
On the 40th anniversary of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1973, Public Roads takes a look back at the social, economic, and environmental forces that shaped this landmark intermodal legislation.
by Jen Thompson
The Tar Heel State uses design-build-finance procurement, turbine interchanges, and superstreet intersections to speed up construction for tackling traffic congestion.
by Kimberly C. Vásconez
FHWA is taking the lead to enhance the multidisciplinary responses required when problems strike on busy roadways.
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