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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-15-005    Date:  July/August 2015
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-15-005
Issue No: Vol. 79 No. 1
Date: July/August 2015

 

Articles

Keeping Virginia Moving

by Lindsay LeGrand

An ambitious project to restore nearly a dozen aging bridges on I–95 came in ahead of schedule and under budget—all while minimizing congestion. Here’s how it happened.

Access for All

by Patrick Gomez, Candace Groudine, Elizabeth Hilton, and Brooke Struve

On the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, FHWA celebrates milestones in an epic journey to remove barriers and empower travelers of all levels of ability.

Ohio’s Training Gets a Boost

by Victoria F. Beale and Rob Elliott

Here’s how one State used FHWA’s Federal-aid Essentials video library to build a robust eLearning program for staff at local public agencies.

Changing the Landscape of Livability

by Shana Baker and Anna Biton

Since 2009, the multiagency Partnership for Sustainable Communities has worked to ensure that Federal policies and investments better serve U.S. citizens.

How Could a Pile of Dirt Cause a Major Interstate Bridge To Tilt?

by Dennis M. O’Shea

Read on for the answer—and an important cautionary tale from Delaware. Could this happen in your State?

 

 

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