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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-003 Date: January/February 2005|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-003
Issue No: Vol. 66 No. 4
Date: January/February 2005
by Jill L. Hochman
Multiagency partnerships, innovative strategies, and new technologies are improving the safety, efficiency, and security of overland ports of entry.
by Jason Harrington
FHWA and the agency’s partners are engineering high-quality pavements using reclaimed materials.
by Joe G. Bared
FHWA’s new guide will help State and local agencies plan, design, and install appropriate facilities to improve safety and traffic operations for all users.
by Sande Snead
Software from Virginia helps manage this complicated process from start to finish and provides real-time customer service.
by Samuel S. Tyson and David K. Merritt
Synthetic binders could help designers create more aesthetically pleasing roadways.
by Gary Stasburg and Lisa Crist Crawley
North Carolina saved lives by installing cable barriers on freeways where the median width is less than 21 meters (70 feet).
by Leslie Ann Myers and John D'Angelo
FHWA is assessing the Simple Performance Tester to determine its effectiveness for use in the field.
by Gib Peaslee
A county in California recently showcased a low-cost and successful program for saving lives on secondary roads.