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We are pleased to announce and deliver a 3-part webinar series on environmental compliance. We will begin Knowing the Rules and Doing Your Homework, Temporary Measures during Construction and Dewatering. Inspections, maintenance, training, and more. Keeping the “good” in good housekeeping can...

Traffic engineers and public officials face a growing number of complaints about high motor vehicle speeds and volumes in residential neighborhoods. This can occur on classifications from local streets to minor arterials. It can occur on state highways passing through small and medium size towns. This...

Ultra-high-performance concrete (UHPC) is an advanced construction material that affords new opportunities for the future of the highway infrastructure. The Federal Highway Administration has been engaged in research on the optimal uses of UHPC in the highway bridge infrastructure since 2001 through...

Construction contracts are unique. This presentation is designed to help you understand what makes construction contracts unique. Though unique, construction contracts share many attributes with other kinds of contracts, including rules of interpretation. The presentation will focus on the clauses...

Wildlife and Roads - Part 1 (virtual learning)

Part 1: Transportation has made a significant impact on wildlife. This presentation will provide an introduction on these effects, discuss the laws that require animal protection, demonstrate how to use data collection to help evaluate the problem of wildlife and roads, and discuss how collaboration...

Wildlife and Roads - Part 2 (virtual learning)

Part 2: How do I plan for wildlife and transportation protection? What types of structure options do I need and are best suited for a safer system? This presentation will demonstrate methods that can be used to consider wildlife early in transportation planning and during project development, and the...

Wildlife and Roads - Part 3 (virtual learning)

Part 3: In this presentation, we will discuss the various types of crossings, their effectiveness and overall performance. The science and practice of wildlife crossing structures will be explored in more detail. Finally, the importance of collaborative partnerships necessary for a successful transportation...

Work Zone Training Plan (virtual learning)

Minnesota has a long history of having the highest quality Temporary Traffic Control standards, devices and trained practitioners. This is a direct result of MnDOT, local road authorities and industry partners working together to not only develop the highest quality of training and reference documents...

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