by Dan Goodman
FHWA has just published a guidebook on planning and designing separated bike lanes—innovative bicycle facilities that are being implemented in communities throughout the country.
by Grant Zammit and Ben Irwin
AASHTO and its partners recently launched the National Operations Center of Excellence to help transportation agencies establish systems management and operations as a discipline.
by Nelda Bravo, Phil Yen, and and Agnes Vélez
For more than three decades, Japan and the United States have been cooperating on bridge engineering research to improve resistance to wind and earthquake damage.
by Richard F. Weingroff
During Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev’s 1959 visit to the United States, President Eisenhower thought showing off U.S. roadways would demonstrate the country’s prosperity. The President had two…
by Jeffrey A. King
Law enforcement officials play a crucial role in collecting performance measurement data for traffic incident management. In many ways, the future of TIM is in their hands.
by Alexandra Oster
Through its own work, FHWA shows how to incorporate sustainability into transportation activities to deliver environmental, economic, and social benefits now and in the future.
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 Carrie Boris
In 2012, conflicts between bicyclists and motor vehicles resulted in 726 cyclist fatalities and about 49,000 injuries. This represents an increase from 2011, when 682 cyclists were killed and about…
by Carrie Boris
NHI has revamped its menu of offerings for 2015 with five new and revised Web-based courses: a series of four air quality planning courses as well as one course on transportation asset management…
Communication Product Updates
by AUTHOR of FHWA's Office of Corporate Research, Technology, and and Innovation Management
Below are brief descriptions of communications products recently developed by the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Office of Research, Development, and Technology.