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Planning for controlled cracking of concrete pavements is essential to take advantage of the longevity of concrete pavements. This presentation will present joint layout procedures for urban concrete pavements – procedures that eliminate or reduce random cracking. The concepts presented will utilize...

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...

Pipe Repair Options (video conf)

Presentation provides a comprehensive overview of pipe repair methods for consideration in lieu of the traditional open cut culvert replacement installations. It also serves as a good reminder to inventory and rate this key infrastructure component. Clean, access, repair or replace? This presentation...

As roadway systems age, the buried conduits are often neglected/forgotten. This presentation provides a comprehensive overview of conduit repair methods for consideration in lieu of the traditional open cut conduit replacement installations. It also serves as a good reminder to inventory and rate this...

Part of a Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes History of PVC Hydraulic - Manning's "n" Structural design guidelines – backfill material options, soil/pipe interaction, minimum and maximum cover Joint Designs – connections – pipe, manhole and inlets Installation process – foundation...

Flowing water can have sufficient energy to cause substantial erosion. Scour produced by rivers and streams flowing under highway bridges can be detrimental to the integrity of bridges. This presentation will cover bridge scour mechanisms, analysis and repair methods or countermeasures. Topics to...

When a vehicle leaves the travel lane or the roadway, the results can be deadly. More than half of 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 participants with some tools for...

Reinforced Concrete Pipe (virtual learning)

Part 5 of an 8-Part Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes History of Reinforced Concrete Pipe Production methods - past and present Design guidelines – selecting pipe gauge, coating and size; inlet/outlet control, when Manning’s matters, soil basics, soil envelope, etc. Installation process...

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