FHWA international scanning report on advanced transportation technology

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Highway engineering -- Europe, Western -- Technological innovations, Traffic engineering -- Europe, Western -- Technological innovations, Road materials -- Europe, Western -- Technological innova
Other titlesAdvanced transportation technology
Statementprepared by the study tour team, Charles Dougan ... [et al.], and Transportation Technology Evaluation Center (TTEC), International Technology Research Institute, Loyola College in Maryland ; prepared for Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation
ContributionsDougan, Charles, Loyola College in Maryland. Transportation Technology Evaluation Center, United States. Federal Highway Administration
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Paginationvi, 73 p.
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The Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Technology Exchange Program assesses and evaluates innovative foreign technologies and practices that could significantly benefit U.S. highway transportation systems. This approach allows for advanced technology to be adapted and put into practice much more efficiently without spending scarce research.

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This report presents the findings of the study team on a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) International Scanning Tour to the countries of Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, and England.

The tour was unique in that it represented the first time th Cited by: 2. Transportation Technology Evaluation Center, International Technology Research Institute This report presents the findings of the study team on a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) International Scanning Tour to the countries of Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, and England.

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Title and Subtitle Active Traffic Management: The Next Step in Congestion Management 5. Report Date July 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) Mohammad Mirshahi, Jon Obenberger, Charles A.

Fuhs, Charles E. Howard, Dr. Raymond A. Krammes, Dr. The contents of this report reflect the views of the authors.

who arc responsible for the facts and accuracy of the data presented herein. The contents do not necessarily reflect the official policy of the Department of Transportation. The metric units reported arc those. Texas Department of Transportation Report No.

FHWA/TX/ Harkey, D., et al., NCHRP Report Accident Modification Factors for Traffic Engineering and ITS Improvements, Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Highway research and technology (R&T) comprises many independent programs, each with its own scope and management.

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Peer Presentation (John Milton – WSDOT Director, Enterprise Risk. Page ii - INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY SCANNING PROGRAM The International Technology Scanning Program accesses and evaluates foreign technologies and innovations that could significantly benefit US highway transportation systems.

Access to foreign innovations is strengthened by US participation in the technical committees of international highway organizations and through bilateral .(FHWA-PL) The objective of this scanning tour in June, was to review and document procedures and practices in highway geometric design and context sensitive design in several European countries.

This “Report” gives a brief discussion on practices the .Direct benefits of use of 3-D laser scanning technology included reduction in total project time; better accuracy of data; reduction in personnel hours spent in the field, which results in improved worker safety and less disruption to the traveling public; and innovative and alternate uses of the equipment.

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