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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-14-001
by David Kuehn and Mark Fitzgerald
Emerging technologies promise transformational changes in transportation’s efficiency, safety, and environmental impacts. Leading the charge? FHWA’s EAR Program.
by Sheila Rimal Duwadi
An FHWA program reports on its 12-year track record of developing technologies and methodologies to restore and preserve historic covered bridges. Continued preservation of this scenic heritage is up to DOTs.
by Kimberly C. Vásconez
Preparing a huge and diverse cadre of TIM professionals to work together seamlessly is no small task. Here’s how FHWA and its partners are doing it.
by Cathy Kendall, Melissa Toni, and Edward Woolford
Recipients of FHWA’s newly established environmental awards offer expert advice gleaned during projects in their division offices in Florida, New York, and Utah.
by Hari Kalla and Kristine Garfield
From start to finish, the first round of Every Day Counts challenged States to embrace innovations in their highway projects. And that’s exactly what they did.
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