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What's New in SHRP2

New Webinars Announced from FHWA!

Introduction to the SHRP2 Naturalistic Driving Study (NDS) and Roadway Information Database (RID)​​.
Three topics available:
  • SHRP2 Roadway Information Database​ - December 14, 2016 (1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EST)
  • Integration of driver, vehicle, and roadway data to support addressing research questions - January 18, 2017 ​(1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EST)
  • NDS/RID research and outreach opportunities - February 8, 2017 (1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EST)
Click here​ to register today!

​200,000 Emergency Responders Nationwide Have Been Trained on the Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Program via L12/L32A/L32B

Watch the story by AASHTO Transportation TV or visit the product pages for more information.

Check out Oregon DOT's Case Study on Managing Risk in Rapid Renewal Projects

Updated State-by-State Chart of SHRP2 Implementation

  • See which states are implementing specific SHRP2 Solutions. This resource is a quick guide if you have questions about a specific product, or just want to share information! As always, Pam Hutton at AASHTO is available for more information at phutton@aashto.org.

Check Out Our SHRP2 Product Pages

Read our publications highlighting SHRP2 benefits

  • Over 60 SHRP2 Solutions are being implemented across the country to improve our nation’s transportation infrastructure. A report, SHRP2 Moving Us Forward, highlights implementation activities from the past three years. For a PDF of the publication, click here.
  • Read or Download the SHRP2 Milestones document to see how we are building a connection with the academic community.

View Recordings of the Round 7 Implementation Assistance Webinars

Learn More About SHRP2 At These Upcoming Events

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New Information on Capacity Products:

2014/2015 Annual Report on Implementing Eco-Logical (C06) Now Available

  • View the 2014/2015 Implementing Eco-Logical Annual Report, which highlights activities and successes from the Implementing Eco-Logical program from June 2014 through July 2015 and provides examples of how this product is being used across the country.

Capacity Planning Tools including PlanWorks, TravelWorks, and EconWorks Now Launched

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New Information on Renewal Products:

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New Information on Reliability Products:

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New Information on Safety Products:

How to get involved

Through AASHTO Committees:

  • Develop specifications, policies, standards where needed
  • Identify technical stakeholders and advocates within your state
  • Communicate with your colleagues and peers
  • Identify and promote "lead states"
  • Provide panel members for workshops and plan product implementation
  • Support travel for training on SHRP2 Solutions
  • Participate in webinars, workshops, and peer exchanges

Through your state DOT:

 
SHRP2: Moving America’s Transportation System Forward Through Innovation
An overview of the SHRP2 program and recent successes.
SHRP2 in Action Photo Montage
View a snapshot of SHRP2 projects being implemented throughout the country.
SHRP2 Pavement Preservation Program for High Traffic Volume Roadways
New Approaches to Extending Pavement Life
SHRP2 Working for Kentucky
Two bridges built with only a quarter of the normal road closure time
SHRP2 Eco-Logical
Accelerating Project Delivery: The Next Generation of Environmental Streamlining
GOSHRP2 FHWA
Product resources, technical materials, webinars and IAP applications
avaliable here.

Find extensive product resources, technical materials, access to webinars and applications for implementation assistance.

What are SHRP2 Solutions?

Our mission is to deliver efficient, practical solutions to plan, renew, and operate the nation's highway network through the collaborative efforts of the Federal Highway Administration, AASHTO, and the Transportation Research Board.

The implementation process
  "These breakthroughs in technology and new, streamlined processes will really make a difference in the way the transportation community does business."
Kirk Steudle, director of Michigan's department of transportation and chair of the SHRP2 Oversight Committee.