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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 course will cover basic concepts of permanent sign installations with appropriate supporting information from the 2009 MUTCD. Attendees will gain knowledge in the following areas: Topics covered: Types of Roadways Freeway, Expressway, Conventional Components of Roadways Clear Zones Signing...

Production facilities vary in standard forming and abilities to make special components for storm and sanitary applications. Learn the criteria that are common in local plants and the broad range of specials that can be built. Pipe to structure connections are key to the life of a street or roadway....

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 is designed to help civil engineering based staff to understand electrical project components on a typical rural or urban construction project. It will provide a solid foundation for field inspectors and engineers so that they can confidently provide quality assurance/inspection reviews....

This presentation will help attendees develop a better understanding of the importance of materials, techniques, and equipment needed for maintaining and repairing gravel roads. It will provide technical details for best practices including blading techniques, shoulder management, proper roadway crown...

In this presentation, attendees will gain insights into maintenance and repairs of guardrail systems. The course will include information on the following: Difference/Direction for NCHRP 350 vs. MASH Purpose of components of guardrail and cable systems Cable systems Cable repair W-Beam Guardrail/Wood/Steel...

Roadway departure (RwD) crashes account for more than 50 percent of all motor vehicle traffic fatalities. Over the past few decades, different engineering countermeasures have been proposed, implemented, and tested by various state and local agencies to mitigate RwD crashes. Improving median or roadside...

In this presentation, we will take an industry/operational approach to Heavy Truck Preventative Maintenance. We are fortunate to have representatives from Navistar and International Trucks delivering information and best practices for: Heavy Truck Preventative Maintenance Tier IV Regeneration &...

Maintaining the appropriate amount of pavement friction is critical for safe driving. Critical locations, such as sharp curves, steep grades, intersections, and bridge decks, make up a small portion of the Nation’s highway miles. High friction surface treatment (HFST) is an EDC driven technology that...

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