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Wireless communications, represented by yellow circles in this artist's rendering, will provide connectivity among all modes of transportation, including cars, buses, trucks, emergency vehicles, and transit.

Saving Lives with Vehicle-to-Infrastructure and Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications

See the latest news coverage of communications technologies that are part of FHWA’s research program to save lives. [See story]

Cover of 2015 R&T Story publication

The FHWA 2015 Telling the R&T Story

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) plays a key role in leading the national transportation research needed to meet highway challenges now and in the future. Read about how FHWA is addressing those challenges through a comprehensive research and technology program and innovative solutions that improve roads and bridges, save lives, reduce congestion, and advance economic growth. [Read more]

President Barack Obama and Secretary of Transportation Anthony J. Foxx Visit Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center.

President Barack Obama and Secretary of Transportation Anthony J. Foxx Visit Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center

On July 15, 2015, the U.S. President Barack H. Obama and Secretary of Transportation Anthony J. Foxx visited the Federal Highway Administration’s Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center to speak about the importance of transportation to the Nation. [Read more]

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Download new IHSDM software release
» 2014 Interactive Highway Safety Design Model (IHSDM) features a Crash Prediction Module (CPM) that provides a faithful implementation of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Highway Safety Manual (HSM), Part C: Predictive Method. [Read more]
  

 

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