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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-09-001
by Summer Clarke
A comprehensive program aims to eliminate deaths on Utah's roadways.
by Denise Saunders and Donna Shea
Local and Tribal Technical Assistance Programs rise to the challenge of meeting transportation needs at the local level.
by Ron Hagquist
A Texas study shows that drastically higher motor fuel taxes—or something else—will be needed soon to compensate for revenue losses from increasing vehicle fuel efficiency.
by H. Gabriella Armstrong, Amit Armstrong, Gary L. Brown, and Roger W. Surdahl.
Now 25 years old, the Federal Lands Highway Program is still making out-of-the-way places safely accessible.
by Tony Furst
Lessons from other nations on improving freight transportation indicate the need to set a clear national vision and coordinate public and private action effectively.
by Surendra P. Shah, Paramita Mondal, Raissa P. Ferron, Nathan Tregger, and Zhihui Sun
Recent nanoscience research improves understanding of cement and concrete properties and looks to the next generation of highway pavements.
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