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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-004
by C. Paul Scott
The SUE process revolutionized how designers, engineers, and contractors handle underground pipes and power lines during highway planning, design, and construction.
by Suneel N. Vanikar, Jim Grove, and Leif Wathne
Seizing opportunities in the design, construction, and maintenance phases of concrete pavements can provide a more sustainable highway infrastructure.
by Megan Cornog and Dan Gelinne
New York City is transforming itself into a metropolis that is friendly to bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit riders. Learn how the Big Apple is doing it.
Sheila Rimal Duwadi
FHWA's hazard mitigation R&D program tackles the challenges of providing safer highway bridges and other transportation infrastructure.
by Janet L. Attarian
Chicago shares insights on use of permeable pavements and other eco-friendly strategies to create more sustainable transportation infrastructure.
by David R.P. Gibson, Bo Ling, and Spandan Tiwari
A new multisensor system differentiates vehicles on the road, which could save lives.
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