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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-13-004
by Mark Fitzgerald
To improve safety, the SHRP2 Naturalistic Driving Study is collecting data on what happens when people crash, experience a near-crash -- or drive without incident.
by Judy Gish
Here's how Los Angeles survived and thrived during two weekend closures of its busiest freeway.
by Howard Preston, Richard Storm, Karen Scurry, and Elizabeth Wemple
Applying a systemic approach can help States get the biggest bang for their buck in reducing crashes.
by Mark Studt and Alan Woodmansey
While designing a much-needed interchange, Montana called in the cavalry—experts in accelerated bridge construction—to discuss state-of-the-art methods to avoid a long-term closure.
by Eloisa Raynault and Ed Christopher
Organizations across the country increasingly are looking at the important relationship between the two disciplines.
Gregory M. Jones
The use of paved shoulders as temporary travel lanes adds capacity when it's needed most.
by Paul R. Burley
The challenges of information accessibility have prompted efforts to digitize backlogs of transportation resources currently in analog formats.
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