LTAP Technology Exchange (Spring 2002, vol. 10, no. 2)

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LTAP Technology Exchange (Spring 2002, vol. 10, no. 2)

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2002

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Minnesota Local Technical Assistance Program

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Articles include: Transportation research done the easy way- OR-why use a transportation library?, Pavement Conference: techniques from Australia to Minnesota, CTAP instructor hired, FHWA seeks sub- missions for high- way design award, City, county engineer associations present annual awards, Kuhfeld, Larson named engineers of the year, Goodhue County wins project of year award, Hastings receives city project of year award, Becker County wins safety award, Report gives guidelines for alleviating roadside salt distress, Spring-and diesel-are in the air,Get smart-use ITS in work zones,Duration of spring load restrictions, Living snow fence reduces costs, maintenance, CTS annual research conference to include legislative update, Construction management program update, Session summaries available; upcoming sessions in May, Predicting the safety of rural two-lane roads, Minnesota T2/LTAP welcomes new staff, Pavement preservation toolbox available, Dig those gravel roads, Scanning the globe for pavement preservation innovations

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Minnesota Local Technical Assistance Program. (2002). LTAP Technology Exchange (Spring 2002, vol. 10, no. 2). Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/172645.

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