U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
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Washington, DC 20590
EDC-3 Overview Video
3D Engineered Models
|Data-Driven Safety Analysis||e-Construction|
|eNEPA and IQED||Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil-Integrated Bridge System||Railroad Coordination||Regional Models of Cooperation|
|Road Diets||Smarter Work Zones||Stakeholder Partnering||Ultra-High Performance Concrete Connections|
Smarter Work Zones – Project Coordination Guide and Examples
December 2, 2:00-3:30pm ET
EDC Exchange: Locally Administered Federal-Aid Projects: Stakeholder Partnering
December 9, 2:00-4:00pm ET
Contact your local FHWA Division Office
Design-Build Alternative Technical Concepts Peer Exchange
December 10, 12:00-4:00pm ET
Register here by December 1
Series of web-based presentations with in-person group participation
Virginia Road Diets Win National Safety Award
Virginia DOT was recognized with a national safety award for the Reston ‘road diets’ projects by the Roadway Safety Foundation and FHWA.
Innovations Drive Idaho Transportation Department to Be the Best
A new approach to finding solutions to everyday problems that arise when building roads and bridges and maintaining Idaho's transportation system, resulted in 114 ideas for improvement implemented statewide, saving tax payers more than $700k.
The Every Day Counts initiative sparks greater use of innovative technologies and processes within the transportation industry in partnership with states and other stakeholders. Find out how the initiative seeks to create a broader culture of innovation in Civil Engineering, a publication by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Every Day Counts Encourages Safety Strategies
Two safety-focused approaches—data-driven safety analysis and road diets—both EDC-3 innovations, are highlighted in The Signal, a publication by the American Traffic Safety Services Association.
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