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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-12-004
by Tracy Hadden Loh and Andréa Livi Smith
Infusions of art into transportation infrastructure can help generate a sense of place, engage communities, and support economic development. Here's how you can make it happen.
by Darcel M. Collins and Darryl D. Hampton
A little-known DOD program helps reduce the impacts on State and local roadways caused by base realignments and other changes at military installations.
by Jack Moran
Massachusetts used accelerated bridge construction to replace more than a dozen aging structures on a major interstate—5 years of work in just 10 weekends.
by Hideo Tokuyama
A colleague across the Pacific has quite a story to tell about the 2011 earthquake and tsunami—and some valuable tips for U.S. transportation agencies.
by David A. Morena and Tracie J. Leix
An innovative Michigan study sheds light on engineering strategies to curtail the number and severity of wrong-way crashes on freeways.
by Ed Strocko and George Schoener
FHWA and the I–95 Corridor Coalition examine institutional arrangements to improve the performance of multistate freight corridors. Check out these organizational options.
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