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The presentation will cover research conducted at the University of Utah to develop a practical test that can be used to evaluate the low temperature properties of asphalt mixtures that lead to cracking of asphalt pavements. The presentation will discuss how cracking is a problem for cold-weather states...

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 presentation will discuss ancillary structure types and past failures, introduction to the wind loads and problems from resulting vibrations/fatigue. Discussion on galvanized steel, aluminum, and weathering steel commonly used and potential problems with these. We will cover inspection procedures...

Adequate and uniform compaction of road materials, such as soils, aggregate bases, or asphalt pavement materials, is one of the most important requirements in roadway construction. It is indispensable to strive for high quality of compaction to ensure long-lasting performance. Intelligent Compaction...

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...

Oftentimes, organizations focus on the details of purchasing UAS without a clear vision on how to implement UAS programs within the organization. This presentation will discuss many considerations in order to implement an effective UAS program that truly has a return on investment. The presenter will...

An important tool for identifying and reducing hazards in any industry; a job hazard analysis (JHA), also called a job safety analysis (JSA), is a technique to identify the dangers of specific tasks in order to reduce the risk of injury to workers. This presentation will discuss the following items...

This presentation will cover keyhole coring, vacuum excavation and pavement restoration processes for utility work under urban streets and sidewalks. Whether new utility lines are being installed or existing services are being rehabilitated or maintained, subsurface utility work frequently involves cutting...

Learn the rules, equipment needs, proper methods and safety aspects for properly securing any load. Learn how to calculate the number, type and placement of load securement devices. Learn how to identify the system's weak link. Learn how securement needs vary by cargo type. What does law enforcement...

FHWA has identified developing a Local Roads Safety Plan as an effective starting point to making roads safer. Local Road Safety Plans are developed using a data driven systematic approach of reviewing the features of a roadway network (shoulder widths, curve radius, etc.) to determine safety issues...

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