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Traffic Inputs for the Mechanistic - Empirical Pavement Design Guide

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In a continuing effort to support the evaluation and implementation of the new M-E Design Guide developed under NCHRP 1-37A, the FHWA Office of Pavement Technology and the Design Guide Implementation Team (DGIT) are pleased to offer the Traffic Inputs for Mechanistic- Empirical Pavement Design workshop. This workshop is intended to help pavement design engineers and traffic engineers better understand what traffic data must be collected for input to the new mechanistic-empirical pavement design guide software.

The intended audience for this workshop is State highway agency pavement design engineers, traffic program managers, and consultants. FHWA field engineers and local agency engineers may also be interested in attending. For those unable to attend the workshop, the option to participate is available through an online webcast open to all.

Workshop for M-E Pavement Design Guide

  • Informative
  • Educational
  • Designed to assist FHWA's customers and partners in their implementation programs for M-E pavement design

Office of Pavement Technology

Design Guide Implementation Team:

  • Gary Crawford
  • Chris Wagner
  • Eric Weaver
  • Jim Sherwood

You may also contact each of the team members at this e-mail address:

September 18, 2006
8:00am - 5:00pm
Rocky Hill, Connecticut
Connecticut DOT Materials Office
(view webcast)
August 21-22, 2007New Brunswick, New Jersey
(This session will be software intensive with hands-on use of TrafLoad, M-E PDG and other traffic software)
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Updated: 09/22/2014

United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration