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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...

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...

This presentation will discuss the different types of guardrail used by the transportation industry, what considerations go into the selection process, installation best practices, maintenance, terminal sections/end treatments meeting the new AASHTO MASH standards, how to replace damaged or out-of-compliance...

This presentation will focus on how you and your team can handle differing site condition issues. The presentation will focus on the federally-mandated differing site conditions clause. Included in the webinar will be a discussion of what a differing site condition is, the difference between a Type...

During this presentation, the instructor will cover heavy equipment preventative maintenance procedures for common equipment used by the transportation industry. Topics to be discussed include: safety, pre-operation inspection, operating practices, post-operation inspection, technology in equipment and...

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 &...

Part 3 of an 8-Part Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes History of HDPE and PP Production methods - past and present Hydraulic design guidelines – selecting pipe material and size; inlet/outlet control, when Manning’s “n” matters, end treatment/outfall options, etc. Structural design...

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...

This webinar will discuss the application of High Friction Surface Treatments (HFST) on roadways in South Dakota. HFST has been successfully used to reduce roadway departure crashes in various locations throughout South Dakota. These locations have had high rates of crashes due to wet or wintery conditions....

The high strength structural bolting presentation is designed to assist State Department of Transportation (DOT) construction and maintenance operation staff develop basic knowledge of bolt design, construction inspection procedures and installation methods for high strength bolts. High strength bolted...

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