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Smart Railroad Ties for Energy Harvesting

Rectangular railroad ties (also called crossties) serve an important role in the function of rail transportation without incorporating advanced technologies. That may change due to ongoing research from the Railway

Integrating Greenhouse Gas Assessment into Planning

The FHWA’s Every Day Counts (EDC) program is an invaluable resource for State, local, tribal, or private transportation practitioners. Its work identifies proven but underutilized innovations and coordinates the sharing

FHWA-NHI Training for ITS and Highway Safety

The FHWA’s National Highway Institute offers Web-based Training that may be of interest to transportation practitioners. This post will address two specific programs concerning Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). The first,

Open Applications for RTEPF Grant Program

The FHWA has opened applications for the first round of a new $400 million competitive grant program. The Reduction of Truck Emissions at Port Facilities (RTEPF) program seeks to reduce

Multiple FHWA Funding Opportunities

The FHWA has a number of open funding opportunities which may be of interest. Applications are open for the first round the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s PROTECT Discretionary Grant Program. PROTECT

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