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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-07-006    Date:  Sept/Oct 2007
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-07-006
Issue No: Vol. 71 No. 2
Date: Sept/Oct 2007



The Low-Cost Dropoff Solution

by Steve Moler

The safety edge, a relatively easy and inexpensive countermeasure to steep pavement edges, is reducing crashes on rural two-lane highways.

Accountability At a Glance

by Richard G. Chavez, Allan Kosup, Bart Desai, and Donna Huey

California is harnessing the power of the Internet to provide transparency of management on a $3 billion program of transportation improvements.

Selecting Overcoats For Bridges

by Shuang-Ling Chong and Yuan Yao

FHWA researchers test the corrosion resistance of various paint systems for steel structures.

Unifying Incident Response

by John Corbin, Kimberly C. Vásconez, and David Helman

Transportation and public safety organizations collaborate with the private sector to promote safe, coordinated, and efficient management of traffic incidents.



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