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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-19-002    Date:  Winter 2019
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-19-002
Issue No: Vol. 82 No. 4
Date: Winter 2019

 

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The Utah Department of Transportation installed these rooftop solar panels on the agency's Wanship Maintenance Station on I-80. The State DOT has installed several small-scale renewable energy projects at its facilities. For more information, See “Renewable Roadsides” on page 16 in this issue of PUBLIC ROADS.
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The Utah Department of Transportation installed these rooftop solar panels on the agency's Wanship Maintenance Station on I-80. The State DOT has installed several small-scale renewable energy projects at its facilities. For more information, See “Renewable Roadsides” on page 16 in this issue of PUBLIC ROADS.

Exchanging Solutions Across the Globe

by Jihan Noizet and Matthew Dorfman

FHWA collaborated with colleagues in Australia on a successful information exchange primarily focused on freight policy.

Recruiting Tomorrow's Workforce

by Joyce Gottlieb and Will McClure

FHWA's National Summer Transportation Institute celebrates 25 years of introducing students to college life and sparking their interest in careers in transportation.

Toward Self-Diagnosing Bridges

by Fred Faridazar

Wireless, self-powered sensors may be the key to continuously monitoring infrastructure. FHWA-sponsored research is aiming to advance the technology.

Renewable Roadsides

by Tina Hodges and Amy Plovnick

Increasingly, State transportation agencies are exploring solar power technologies to reduce electricity costs and promote energy security.

Getting Connected in Wyoming

by Edward Fok, Vince Garcia, and Kate Hartman

The Wyoming Department of Transportation is integrating connected vehicle technology into its statewide transportation management center.

 

 

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