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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-14-004
Border crossings are the focus of two key FHWA initiatives to assist the U.S.-Canadian joint effort to improve security while expediting trade.
by Nastaran Saadatmand, Beth Visintine, and Gonzalo R. Rada
Researchers are incorporating local data and other tweaks to improve predictions of road surface performance and enhance overall asset management.
by Sherry Barboza Hayman, Courtney Chiaparas, and Norah Davis
This spotlight on the work of FHWA’s Office of Federal Lands Highway illustrates the challenges and rewards of providing safe and innovative roadways on public lands.
by Ann H. Do, Stacy A. Balk, and Jim W. Shurbutt
Yep, to get to the other side. But why at unmarked locations? A recent FHWA study examined that question with an eye on measures to increase safety.
by Tom White
FHWA and State agencies across the country are liking their expanding use of social media.
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