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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...

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 intended to provide insights into the pavement distress data collection practices of the state DOT’s of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. Reliable automated pavement distress scoring is the holy grail of pavement management systems. Each of the 4 states is either...

Good construction project management and administration practices are critical to all departments of transportation and local jurisdictions that build highway infrastructure with public funds. This presentation is a short overview of the 5 key areas of typical highway and bridge project management. It...

This presentation is a repeat of the 2015 course by the same name with some slight additions. It is intended for construction field inspectors who are assigned to inspect guardrail. It covers the design aspects of guardrail and information field inspectors need when reviewing contractor guardrail installations....

Installation of steel, plastic and concrete pipe under highways is a complex challenge for transportation agencies. Knowledgeable field staff and appropriate specifications are critical to ensuring properly functioning, long life culverts that also provide for a smooth ride to the traveling public....

Many communities in the U.S. were not designed for pedestrian and bicycle travel. However, today, walkability and bikeability are important for active transportation and are indicators of a livable community. Accommodating pedestrians and bicyclists must be done safely. Each year, over 5,000 pedestrians...

When a vehicle leaves the travel lane or the roadway, the results can be deadly. More than half the annual fatal crashes in the U.S. relate to roadway departures. Roadway departure crashes are the leading cause of traffic deaths in many states. This workshop provides an overview of safety treatments...

The primary objective of this roundtable is to allow the states to share with one another their practices and procedures for snow and ice control. Each state will be given 45 minutes to present the following information. There will be 15 minutes of Q & A after each presenter to facilitate more in-depth...

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