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All DOT’s are challenged with managing and updating access conditions on their urban and rural corridors. Access management is essential to safe and efficient traffic flow. This webinar will present various points of view on the topic of Access Management. It is intended to give practitioners insights...

Access Management (video conf)

Access control is the management of the location and design of driveways and roads, as they connect to other streets, roads and highways. Access connections often create serious conflicts for motorists as vehicles enter, maneuver and exit the roadway. As access frequency increases, collision potential...

Transportation departments continue to face serious challenges in meeting customer expectations for acceptable roadway surfacing and service. Many roads and streets must carry increased traffic loads exceeding the original design, especially those with asphalt surfaces. This conference will present a...

Studies were conducted at South Dakota State University to determine the feasibility of constructing precast beams and precast and cast-in-place box culverts in South Dakota using SCC made with local aggregates. The research included literature search and review, development of SCC mix designs utilizing...

Pavement preservation presentation that will provide attendees with an overview of Minnesota DOT’s current best practices for asphalt crack sealing to surface repairs. Technology Sections: MnDOT past and current crack sealing studies Mitigating reflective cracking Philosophy of crack sealing Thermal...

This presentation is a replay of the February 4, 2014 session where technical communication issues were experienced during the second part of the presentation. The instructor will be adding additional slides on the joint sealing research and will present that material first. The replay of the material...

Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) is a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach to transportation planning, projects and infrastructure management. CSS involves stakeholders in developing transportation facilities that equally address safety, mobility, and preservation of scenic, aesthetic, historic...

Introduction Background and Motivation Characteristics of Non-Motorized Users: pedestrians (able-bodied and disabled) and bicyclists Designing Roads/Streets for All Users Design Controls: speed, design vehicle, sight distance, horizontal and vertical alignment, access management, and accessibility...

This presentation will concentrate on design and construction processes of the Minnesota I-94/MN 75 interchange in Moorhead, Minnesota. A primary designer and construction representatives will give overviews of these two major stages in delivering the project. The design presentation will include...

Drilled Shaft Foundations (Upcoming video conf)

A drilled shaft, also referred to as drilled piers, caissons or bored piles, are deep foundation solutions used to support structures with large axial and lateral loads by excavating cylindrical shafts into the ground and filling them with concrete. The purpose of this presentation is to provide an overview...

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