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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-13-006    Date:  September/October 2013
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-13-006
Issue No: Vol. 77 No. 2
Date: September/October 2013



Roadmap to the Future

by Nastaran Saadatmand, Beth Visintine, and Gonzalo R. Rada

States are working with FHWA to expand the role of pavement management systems in improving pavement design. Read on to find out what all the buzz is about.

Setting Speed Limits for Safety

by Davey Warren, Guan Xu, and Raghavan Srinivasan

Engineering appropriate speed limits now is easier and more consistent, thanks to a powerful software tool called USLIMITS2.

Fill Those Empty Seats!

by Marc Oliphant, Allen Greenberg, Ron Boenau, and Jeremy Raw

Could dynamic ridesharing help combat traffic congestion in your metropolitan area?

Predicting the Future?

by Lew Villotti and W. Kirk Brethauer

A Pennsylvania MPO takes the mystery out of scenario planning and the growth projections used by transportation agencies.




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