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|Publication Number: Date: September/October 2004|
Issue No: Vol. 68 No. 2
Date: September/October 2004
by Christina Slattery and Steve Jacobitz
Two States share different approaches to protecting historic and cultural resources along America's highways.
by Dana Alexander Nolfe
An innovative infill project helped the Rhode Island DOT replace an aging bridge while preserving part of the original structure as a bike and pedestrian route.
by John D'Angelo, Suneel Vanikar, and Katherine Petros
The new guide and software may become the national approach for creating and rehabilitating roadway surfaces.
by Allan J. DeBlasio, Terrance J. Regan, Margaret E. Zirker, Kristin Lovejoy, and Kate Fichter
Massive power outages offer multiple lessons on how to position the transportation system for optimal performance during disasters.
by Michael P. Dallaire and Scott A. Saunders
Synthetic binders could help designers create more aesthetically pleasing roadways.
by David Buck, Breck Jeffers, and Alvin Marquess
Emergency planning, unified command, and communication are key to managing a high-profile crash on I–95 near Baltimore, MD.
by Michael S. Griffith and Barbara Hilger DeLucia
An international scan aimed to find strategies for improving safety data.
by Shuang-Ling Chong
FHWA researchers evaluate the accuracy and reliability of three chloride test kits to determine their performance and accuracy.
by John S. Miller
When it comes to forecasting transportation demand over long time horizons, this author contends that some trends are more reliable than others.
by Mark Chandler
Accessibility guidelines for the disabled require detectable warnings on all curb ramps. Here's how some States are getting the job done right.