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OFFICE OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE TURNER-FAIRBANK HIGHWAY RESEARCH CENTER

Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology Update Newsletter

FHWA-HRT-23-006.pdf (684.31 KB)

Publication Information

Publication Number:
FHWA-HRT-23-006
Abstract:

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Research & Technology (R&T) Story presents innovations that ensure the safety of vulnerable pedestrians, evaluates concepts for connected and automated vehicles (CAVs), and develops better ways to test for pavement deterioration. These innovations can help renew the highway system, spur economic recovery, reduce inequities, and protect against the impact of future climate scenarios.

 


 

Recommended citation: Federal Highway Administration, FHWA R&T Update - Quarterly Newsletter (Autumn 2022 Edition) (Washington, DC: 2022) https://doi.org/10.21949/1521949

Publishing Date:
October 2022
Posting Date:
Issue:
Autumn Issue
Digital Object Identifier:
https://doi.org/10.21949/1521949
Author(s):
Yan, Cheng
Nehme, Jean
Eisert, Jesse
Anderson, Carl
Frost, Mack
Sarmiento, Mark
Yoder, Supin
Wolf, Felicia
Cohen, David
Vanikar, Neel
Publishing Office:
Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
Laboratory:
Pavement Testing Facility
FHWA Program(s):
Research
Infrastructure
Human Factors
Safety
AMRP Program(s):
Pavements and Materials
Human Factors Analytics
Bridges
Planning for Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety, Connectivity, and Multimodal Mobility, including for Underserved Communities
FHWA Activities:
Cooperative Automated Vehicles
Long-Term Pavement Performance
Long-Term Bridge Performance
Human Factors
Subject Area:
Pedestrians and Bicyclists