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by Taylor Lochrane, Govind Vadakpat, and Nicole Paladeau
The CARMA℠ Program navigates advancements in transportation systems management and operations through emerging cooperative vehicle and infrastructure technology.
by Katherine Buckingham and Jessica Torossian
Natural strategies for efficient, cost-effective, and ecologically friendly protection for coastal roads can help transportation agencies address the effects of extreme weather events.
by Tony Coventry and Kevin Duby
The ADOT Dust Storm Warning System offers the promise of intelligent transportation solutions to decrease the impact of hazardous weather occurrences.
by Adam Larsen and Billy Connor
Ice roads are critical to seasonal transportation in the North. FHWA and its partners are working to improve safety and establish uniform standards for their design, construction, operation, and use.
by Joey Hartmann
FHWA’s national bridge inspection program marks 50 years of improving safety.
by Sandy Sinclair
The National Park Service and the Federal Highway Administration partnered successfully to restore the iconic bridge.
The year 2021 has been busy at the Federal Highway Administration.
by Megan Cogburn and David Williams
The Federal Highway Administration is on the cutting edge of efforts to accelerate project delivery.
by Trinette Ballard
In transportation, building a better mousetrap means solving problems by going outside the box.
Along the Road
Along the Road is the place to look for information about current and upcoming activities, developments, trends, and items of general interest to the highway community. This information comes from U.…
by Gay Dugan and Christine Kemker
How much is an accurate cost and schedule estimate worth? Accurately estimating project cost has been a challenge for decades.
Communication Product Updates
Below are brief descriptions of communications products recently developed by the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Research, Development, and Technology.