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Freight Movement Redefined:
Making Traffic Demand Models More Realistic Representations of Congestion:
Continued Implementation of High Performance Thin Overlays in Texas Districts:
Using Public Transportation to Facilitate Last Mile Package Delivery:
TTI Enhances Its Proving Ground with New Research Facilities:
Statewide Implementation of Pave-IR:
Construction and Installation of Travel Time Signs on I-35 in Austin, by Jerry Ullman, 5-9049-05-1, August 12, 2016.
Continued Implementation of High Performance Thin Overlays in Texas Districts: Odessa District Workshop, by Tom Scullion, 5-5598-05-WS1, August 11, 2016.
Crash Test and Evaluation of 3-ft Mounting Height Sign Support System, by Nauman Sheikh, 9-1002-15-1, July 28, 2016.
Crash Test and Evaluation of Temporary Wood Sign Support System for Large Guide Signs, by Dusty Arrington, 9-1002-15-4, July 28, 2016.
Creep Behavior of Soil Nail Walls in High Plasticity Index (PI) Soils: Technical Report, by Marcelo Sanchez, 0-6784-1, August 4, 2016.
Disruptive Technologies and Transportation Final Report, by Jason Wagner, PRC 15-45 F, June 2016.
Executive Plan Summary, An ITS Strategic Plan for Texas, by Beverly Kuhn, 0-6672-3, July 28, 2016.
Identifying Best Practices for Managing Operating Costs for Rural and Small Urban Transportation Systems: Technical Report, by Suzie Edrington, 0-6694-1, August 4, 2016.
Installation of Dynamic Travel Time Signs and Efforts to Obtain and Test a Graphical Route Information Panel (GRIP) Sign in Austin, by Jerry Ullman, 5-9049-03-7, August 12, 2016.
Maintaining Project Consistency with Transportation Plans Throughout the Project Life Cycle with an Emphasis on Maintaining Air Quality Conformity: Technical Report, by Reza Farzaneh, 0-6758-1, July 22, 2016.
MASH TL-3 Crash Testing and Evaluation of the TxDOT T631 Bridge Rail, by William Williams, 9-1002-12-12, July 22, 2016.
Maximizing Mitigation Benefits: Research to Support a Mitigation Cost Framework — Final Report, by Kristi Miller, 0-6762-01-1, August 3, 2016.
Performance Evaluation and Specification of Trackless Tack, by Bryan Wilson, 0-6814-1, September 12, 2016.
Policy Implications of Transportation Network Companies, by Maarit Moran, PRC-2016-1, July 2016.
Preferential Lane Use for Heavy Trucks Final Report, by Sue Chrysler, PRC 15-39 F, July 2016.
Sediment and Erosion Control Laboratory Facility Expansion, by Jet McFalls, 5-9048-01, August 16, 2016.
Traffic Control Device Evaluation Program: Simulator Evaluation of Sponsored Changeable Message Signs and In-Situ Evaluation of Rumble Strip Alternatives, by Adam Pike, 9-1001-14-2, July 28, 2016.
Project Summary Reports and Products
Collection of Materials and Performance Data for Texas Flexible Pavements and Overlays, by Lubinda Walubita, 0-6658-S, August 1, 2016.
Completion of Construction and Installation of Travel Time Signs on I-35 in Austin, by Jerry Ullman, 5-9049-05-S, August 30, 2016.
Creep Behaviour of Soil Nail Walls in High Plasticity Index (Pl) Soils, by Marcelo Castilla, 0-6784-S, August 3, 2016.
Develop Metrics of Tire Debris on Texas Highways, by Raul Avelar Moran, 0-6860-S, July 22, 2016.
Guidelines on Design and Construction of High Performance Thin HMA Overlays: Workshop, by Cindy Estakhri, 5-5598-05-WS2, August 11, 2016.
Inspection Guide for Column Splice Regions Affected by Premature Concrete Deterioration, by Joe Bracci, 0-5722-P2, July 22, 2016.
ITS Strategic Plan for Texas, by Beverly Kuhn, 0-6672-P1, July 28, 2016.
Maximizing Mitigation Benefits, by John Overman, 0-6762-01-S, July 29, 2016.
Performance Evaluation and Specification of Trackless Tack, by Bryan Wilson, 0-6814-S, July 26, 2016.
Recommended RAP/RAS Performance Prediction Program: Tx-Recycol, by Fujie Zhou, 0-6823-P1, July 28, 2016.
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