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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-01-166
Date: November 2003

Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements—Initial Evaluation of The SPS-1 Experiment Final Report

REFERENCES

  1. SHRP-LTPP Specific Pavement Studies: Five-Year Report, Report Number SHRP-P-395, Strategic Highway Research Program, Washington, DC, 1994.
  2. SPS-1 and SPS-2 National Workshop, "Comments from Discussions of State Agencies that Built SPS Projects," Columbus, OH, November 2–3, 1999.
  3. Pavements 2000 Conference, "Comments and Panel Discussions from the SPS Workshops," Newport, RI, April 27, 2000.
  4. Specific Pavement Studies of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements (SPS-1), Strategic Highway Research Program, Washington, DC, 1990.
  5. Monitoring Directive Number: D-5, Measurement Frequency and Priorities of Manual Distress Surveys, March 14, 1995.
  6. Monitoring Directive Number: FWD-10, Deflection Monitoring Frequency and Priorities, September 1, 1994.
  7. Monitoring Directive Number: PROF-2, Profile Monitoring Frequency and Priorities, September 1, 1994.
  8. General Operations Directive Number: GO-20, Revised Skid Measurement Requirements, January 1, 1999.
  9. Hallenbeck, M., "Directive TDP-10: Revised Traffic Monitoring Protocol for LTPP Test Sites," Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, April 1998.
  10. Monitoring Directive Number: AWS-1, Installation, Data Collection and Maintenance of Automated Weather Stations at SPS-1, 2, and 8 Projects, September 12, 1994.
  11. Nomination Guidelines SPS-1 Noble, "Guidelines for Nomination and Evaluation of Candidate Projects for Experiment SPS-1 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements," Strategic Highway Research Program, Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-008, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, February 1990.
  12. Construction Guidelines SPS-1 Noble, "Guidelines for Nomination and Evaluation of Candidate Projects for Experiment SPS-1 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements," Strategic Highway Research Program Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-008, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, February 1990.
  13. SPS-1 Construction Report, U.S. Highway 23, Southbound, Delaware County, OH, 30 Miles North of Columbus, OH, North Central Regional Office, Federal Highway Administration, September 1998.
  14. ERES Consultants et al., "Relating Smoothness to Distress for Rigid and Flexible Pavements for Mechanistic-Empirical Design,"Interim Project Report for National Cooperative Highway Research Program Project 1-37A, Task B.4.II.C, ERES Consultants, December 1999.
  15. Rauhut, J.B., A.A. Eltahan, and A.L. Simpson, "Common Characteristics of Good and Poorly Performing AC Pavements,"Final Report for Project Deliverable under the Long-Term Pavement Performance Data Analysis Technical Support Study, ERES Consultants, Inc., Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, November 1999.
  16. Rauhut, J.B., R.L. Lytton and M.I. Darter, Pavement Damage Functions for Cost Allocation, Vol. 2—Description of Detailed Studies, Report No. FHWA/RD-84/019, Federal Highway Administration, Washington DC, June 1984.
  17. Final Report: SPS-1 Project 0101 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, U.S. 280 Westbound Lee County, AL, Southern Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, February 1996.
  18. Construction Report on SHRP 040100, Arizona Department of Transportation, Western Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, April 1995.
  19. Final Report: SPS-1 Project 0501 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, U.S. 63 Northbound, Craighead County, AR, Southern Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, October 1996.
  20. Construction Report on SPS-1—US 113 Ellendale, DE, North Atlantic Regional Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, June 1996.
  21. Final Report: SPS-1 Project 1201 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, U.S. 27, Southbound, Palm Beach County, FL, Southern Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, December 1996.
  22. SPS-1 Construction Report, U.S. 54 near Fort Madison, IA, North Central Regional Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, April 1994.
  23. Final Report: SPS-1 Project 2201 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, U.S. 171 Northbound—Calcasieu Parish, LA, Southern Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, May 1998.
  24. SPS-1 Construction Report, U.S. Highway 81, Southbound, 80 Miles Southwest of Lincoln, NE, North Central Regional Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, June, 1996.
  25. Final Report: Interstate Highway No. I-80 Humboldt & Lauder Counties, NV, Western Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, March 1998.
  26. Final Report: SPS-1 Project 3501 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, U.S. 25, Northbound, Dona Ana County, NM, Southern Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, April 1996.
  27. Final Report: SPS-1 Project 4001 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, U.S. 62, Lawton, OK, Southern Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, August 1998.
  28. Final Report: SPS-1 Project 4801 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, U.S. 281, Southbound, Hidalgo, County, OK, Southern Region Coordination Office, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, December 1997.

 


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