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Continuous Friction Measurement Equipment As a Tool for Improving Crash Rate Prediction: A Pilot Study
A comprehensive pavement management system includes a Pavement Friction Management Program (PFMP)...
Bridge Beams and Pier Caps With Self-Consolidating Concrete at Nimmo Parkway
Self-consolidating concrete (SCC) has a very high level of workability as it easily fills formwor...
Work Zone Safety Performance Measures for Virginia
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is interested in refining work zone safety perfo...
Traffic Incident Management Quick Clearance Guidance and Implications
Improving traffic incident management is one means to help reduce congestion, as traffic incident...
Reducing Cracks in Concrete Bridge Decks Using Shrinkage Reducing Admixture
Restrained shrinkage cracking of concrete bridge decks creates a significant durability problem....
Use of Lightweight Concrete for Reducing Cracks in Bridge Decks
Cracks in bridge decks can be due to many factors related to environmental effects, chemical reac...
How Might Virginia Age and Grow by 2040?
The development of Virginia’s Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan for 2040, also known...
Evaluation of Bridge Deck With Shrinkage-Compensating Concrete
Concrete bridge decks are susceptible to premature cracking and to corrosion of reinforcing steel...
Improving Mixture Durability Through Design Gyrations, Air Voids, and Binder Content
This report describes a laboratory study that supports a larger and continuing effort to improve...
Use of Electrochemical Chloride Extraction and Associated Repairs to Extend the Beneficial Life of Reinforced Concrete Substructures
One of the biggest causes of bridge deterioration is corrosion of the reinforcement in concrete s...