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3D Engineered Models Webinar: Getting Started with 4D and 5D Modeling
February 9, 1:30-3:00pm ET
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Regional Models of Cooperation in Congestion Management Webinar
February 11, 1:00-2:30pm ET

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Piloting e-Construction Webinar
February 17, 1:30-3:00pm ET

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EDC Exchange
Series of web-based presentations with in-person group participation

Data-Driven Safety Analysis Workshop
Free two-day workshop explores how geometric design, traffic control, and other factors affect roadway safety. Schedule a workshop in your state. Contact Gene Amparano, (816) 329-3909

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Smarter Work Zones: Using Strategies to Minimize Delays, Maximize Safety and Mobility
Every Day Counts promotes smarter work zone strategies to reduce congestion and improve safety. Read more in The Signal, a publication by the American Traffic Safety Services Administration.

Grant-Funded Monitoring Technology Coming to Four I-15 Bridges
FHWA provides $768k for ADOT project to use Accelerated Innovation Deployment Demonstration grant to add structural health monitoring systems to the Interstate 15 bridges.

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.

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