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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-15-006    Date:  September/October 2015
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-15-006
Issue No: Vol. 79 No. 2
Date: September/October 2015

 

Articles

Taming Cyber Risks

by Edward Fok, Ray Murphy, Ekaraj Phomsavath, and Jonathan Walker

Advances in technology and connectivity are challenging the transportation community to improve cybersecurity.

An Array of Possibilities

by Gina Filosa and Carson Poe

A growing number of highway projects are greening rights-of-way with solar power and other renewable sources of energy.

Making Virtual a Reality

by Heather Shelsta

NHI has delivered interactive, conference-style training to State DOT desktops.

A Golden Opportunity To Make Travel More Golden

by Marcus A. Brewer and Rebecca Crowe

FHWA continues its increasingly important role of helping meet the needs of a growing demographic. Check out the Handbook for Designing Roadways for the Aging Population.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Turns 75

by Richard F. Weingroff

On this diamond jubilee, it’s easy to lose sight of just how revolutionary the Nation’s first superhighway really was.

Check Out Your Latest FP

by Charles Luedders and David Green

Every few years, FHWA’s Office of Federal Lands Highway updates the specs for building roads and bridges to access Federal and tribal lands. Here’s the news.

Powering an Energy Revolution

by Leslie Myers McCarthy, Seri Park, and Anthony R. Giancola

A boom in U.S. energy development is challenging transportation agencies to alleviate the strain related to increased truck traffic on aging infrastructure.

 

 

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