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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....

Across the country, there is a great variance in how states address wildlife-highway crossings. Some states have a long history of addressing the issue while some states have not and are moving rapidly towards applications in their states. Utah State University has been very active in research on this...

Gravel road designs are at times overlooked or not understood. This presentation will review the criteria to consider for gravel roadway designs. Participants will be challenged to think about the roadway section, it’s function, water issues, gravel loss methods and generally how to make gravel roadways...

This course will cover the current and anticipated rural Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) applications in the states of Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota. A speaker from each state DOT will give a presentation regarding their state of practice and near-term plans. The course will conclude...

This webinar will give participants a look inside the state-of-the-art of using Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) to solve real world work zone traffic control and safety problems. The course will highlight resources available for you to use in considering, planning, designing, deploying, maintaining...

The presentation will cover research methods and results of the Mountain-Plains Consortium (MPC)-439 research project on this topic. The study conducted by SDSU was intended to resolve longitudinal joint deterioration of the double tee precast girder system commonly used in local government bridges of...

This webinar will present the research findings of the Mountain-Plains Consortium Research Project 480. This research was based on innovative geometric designs as a solution to the challenge of increased traffic volume with limited resources. This particular study focused on diverging diamond interchanges. The...

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...

While perpetual pavement (PP) concepts received heavy attention about 15 years ago, many states continue to apply the concepts to pavement design. Perpetual pavements are intended to last 50 years or more with treatments limited to the top 2 to 3 inches of pavement. To do this, designers specify materials...

Provide an overview of design for all types of deep foundations (driven pile, drilled shafts, micropiles and auger-cast piles), including typical sizes and capacities. Introduce the concept of support cost. Discuss construction of driven piles including hammer types, vibration mitigation, splicing...

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