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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-21-001    Date:  Autumn 2020
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-21-001
Issue No: Vol. 84 No. 3
Date: Autumn 2020



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Collaboration and Visualization in Hydraulic Engineering

by Eric R. Brown, Laura Girard, and Kornel Kerenyi

Using visual tools and techniques enhances training and fosters understanding and cooperation among team members working in water environments.

Improving Safety for Travelers and Wildlife

by Bob Bonds, Scott Gamo, and Thomas Hart

Wyoming has been addressing collisions between animals and vehicles on highways for decades. Here's what they have learned.

Savvy City Financing Supports Future Infrastructure

by Thay Bishop and Courtney Chiaparas

Using value capture techniques enabled Santa Monica, CA, to build out a fiber optic network without taking on debt, positioning the city to better meet the demands of new mobility modes and emerging transportation technologies.

Detecting Bridge Corrosion with a Robotic Magnetic-based NDE System

by Hoda Azari and Sadegh Shams

FHWA is researching a promising nondestructive evaluation method to uncover corrosion in the Nation's prestressed concrete bridge girders.

Moving FoRRRwD: Focus on Reducing Rural Roadway Departures

by Cathy Satterfield and Richard B. Albin

FHWA is partnering with State and local agencies to save lives on rural roads.



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