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

Writing for Public Roads: How-To Guide

Publication Information

Publication Type:
Handbook
Publication Number:
FHWA-HRT-24-097
Abstract:

This booklet will introduce you to options for writing for Public Roads, enabling you to reach the magazine’s wide readership. In these pages, you will find descriptions of article types, as well as submission deadlines and requirements for each type.
 

The process for developing a feature article includes four main steps:
 

  1. Prepare a proposal of your story idea for review by the Editorial Board.
  2. Wait for approval from the Editorial Board.
  3. Prepare and deliver an outline of your article.
  4. Prepare and deliver your article manuscript. 

 


 

Recommended citation: Federal Highway Administration, Writing for Public Roads: How-To Guide (Washington, DC: 2024) https://doi.org/10.21949/1521767

 

Publishing Date:
April 2024
Posting Date:
Digital Object Identifier:
https://doi.org/10.21949/1521767
Publishing Office:
Marketing and Communications Team
FHWA Program(s):
Corporate
AMRP Program(s):
Corporate
Subject Area:
Research