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Intersections offer a challenge to transportation agencies because a third of fatal crashes occur at intersections. This is primarily due to drivers not recognizing an acceptable gap thereby resulting in a right-angle crash. Intersection Conflict Warning Systems (ICWS) offer an intermediate cost solution...

Part 1 of an 8-Part Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes Review of MnDOT’s Enhanced Culvert Inspections and Best Practices Guidebook by the author, Doug Youngblood. Culvert inspection is a key enabler that allows transportation departments to manage a state-wide highway culvert system. When...

This presentation will cover research conducted by South Dakota State University under the Mountain Plains Consortium and with additional funding from South Dakota Department of Transportation. Pavement marking retro reflectivity is achieved by using various materials on PCC and asphalt pavements. This...

This webinar will present the research findings on the Mountain-Plains Consortium Research Project MPC-407 on drivers and cell phone usage. Two research reports were created during this project: Why Drivers Use Cell Phones and Support Legislation to Restrict This Practice, Report MPC-17-323 Cell...

Local agency maintenance forces are in the best position to be the “eyes and ears” when it comes to identifying situations, that when addressed, could greatly improve safety for the traveling public. This webinar will address safety topics including: Obstructions in Roadway Shoulder Drop-Off...

This presentation will cover the 4 processes most commonly used in maintenance welding - stick, MIG, flux core & TIG - as well as welding metallurgy, industry terminology, and safety. Industry videos are used in the discussion of process variables, advantages and limitations of each process, and to demonstrate...

During normal inspection processes, additional testing methods are often used to assess the integrity of all types of infrastructure components. Non-destructive testing (NDT) is a very valuable tool that helps engineers look inside a structural member investigating the entire component (vs. one location)...

Dr. Joe Ikley brings his extensive experience to present on this topic. Best practices in identification, treatment and management of invasive and noxious weeds will be presented. Additionally, with the wet seasons brings on a new variety and issue with control and environmental responsibility. These...

This presentation will discuss PCC (Portland Cement Concrete) joint sealing concepts. The presentation will cover the following areas: History of PCC joint sealing Research on Seal/No Seal Current concepts for new construction joint sealing Including white topping, working and tied joints, manholes...

Cold-in-place recycling (CIR) is the processing and treatment with bituminous and/or chemical additives of existing HMA pavements without heating to produce a restored, cold mix, pavement layer. A complement to the CIR process is cold central plan recycling (CCPR). CCPR allows a contractor to produce...

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