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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-07-002 Date: Jan/Feb 2007|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-07-002
Issue No: Vol. 70 No. 4
Date: Jan/Feb 2007
by Vassili Alexiadis, James Colyar, and John Halkias
A public-private partnership is working to improve traffic microsimulation technology.
by David A. Morena, W. Scott Wainwright, and Fred Ranck
Design and operational intersection treatments that simplify traffic movement and driving decisions can improve safety for motorists, both young and old.
by Tony Furst
USDOT looks to public and private stakeholders to collaborate on a national policy that addresses U.S. freight challenges.
by Adel Al-Wazeer, Bobby Harris, and Christopher Nutakor
Today's transportation asset manager faces many competing priorities and must rely on well-defined, high-quality, reliable data based on standards created for infrastructure such as bridges.
by Eul-Bum Lee and David K. Thomas
California moved forward with accelerated construction and experienced less traffic disruption.