e-Ticketing and Digital As-Builts - Converting paper-based materials ticketing systems and as-built plans into electronic (e-Ticketing) workflows and digital as-builts enhances the accessibility of highway project data. e-Ticketing improves the tracking, exchange, and archiving of materials tickets. Digital information, such as 3D design models and other metadata, enhances the future usability of as-built plans for operations, maintenance, and asset management.
Targeted Overlay Pavement Solutions (TOPS) - Pavement overlays represent a significant portion of highway infrastructure dollars. State and local highway agencies can maximize this investment and help ensure safer, longer-lasting roadways by employing innovative overlay procedures that will improve pavement performance, lessen traffic impacts, and reduce the cost of pavement ownership.
UHPC for Bridge Preservation and Repair - Ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) is a new material for bridge construction that has become popular for field-cast connections between prefabricated bridge elements. Bridge preservation and repair is an emerging and promising application for UHPC. UHPC-based repair solutions are robust, and offer superior strength, durability, and improved life-cycle cost over traditional methods. State and local agencies can deploy UHPC for bridge preservation and repair to maintain or improve bridge conditions.
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