“Improvement of research report distribution and access and promotion of more effective use of Technical Report Documentation page, USDOT Form 1700.7” 

The final report is here! Please read and provide us your feedback. This project and final report are on the docket for the next RAC TKN Taskforce meeting this week, Thursday, 11/6. We are pleased that the principal investigators at TransAnalytics will join us and present the project and it’s findings to the Taskforce.

Improvement Distribution and TRDP_Final Report
Instruction Sheet_Distribution of SPR Reports

 

$51 Billion in funding in MAP-21 will expire in 2014. What comes next?

AASHTO | Nation at a Crossroads.

AASHTO is 99 years old today! The pooled fund is proud to have the AASHTO Library as a partner and our esteemed colleague, Bob Cullen as an ex officio TAC member.

Have a look at their website as they prepare for the centennial in 2014.

AASHTO 100th Anniversary Website.

HS InFocus LLC invites all qualified contractors to submit proposals for a project of the Transportation Library Connectivity and Development Pooled Fund Study, TPF-5(237).


If you know a contractor who may be interested, please feel free to pass this along to them.
Proposals must be received by December 1, 2013. Please send them to Maggie Sacco at: msacco[at]hsinfocus[dotcom]

Calling all Transportation Information Professionals! We have a project that needs your expertise. Our Technical Advisory Committee would like to see some technical report issues resolved and approved this project as an activity that will facilitate tech transfer.

Project title:

Improvement of research report distribution and access and promotion of more effective use of Technical Report Documentation page, USDOT Form 1700.7

Questions must be received by August 5th. We will respond directly and a list of Q&As will appear as received in this post.

All proposals must be received by the close of business (5:00 PM EDT) on August 9, 2013.

 

“A top priority at AASHTO is to find faster and smarter ways to build the transportation systems that the economy and communities depend on,” said AASHTO’s Horsley. “This agreement will help our organizations to avoid duplication of effort and streamline the process  saving both time and precious resources.”

ASTM International and AASHTO Agreement Benefits Road Construction and Transportation.