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NCHRP 2018 Annual Report (2018)

Chapter: Publications of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program 2018

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Suggested Citation:"Publications of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program 2018." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2018. NCHRP 2018 Annual Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25346.
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Suggested Citation:"Publications of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program 2018." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2018. NCHRP 2018 Annual Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25346.
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20 Nat i on al Coo perat ive Highway Research Program Table 1. Publications of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program 2018 Research Reports No. Proj. No. Title, Pages 855 15-52 An Expanded Functional Classification System for Highways and Streets (& WOD 230), 84 p. 858 14-33 Quantifying the Effects of Preservation Treatments on Pavement Performance, 112 p. 860 08-100 Assessing the Environmental Justice Effects of Toll Implementation or Rate Changes: Guidebook and Toolbox (& WOD 237), 424 p. 865 20-103 Guidance for Development and Management of Sustainable Enterprise Information Portals (& WOD 241), 132 p. 866 20-100 Return on Investment in Transportation Asset Management Systems and Practices, 180 p. 868 08-95 Cell Phone Location Data for Travel Behavior Analysis, 152 p. 869 17-61 Estimating the Safety Effects of Work Zone Characteristics and Countermeasures: A Guidebook (& WOD 240), 76 p. 870 04-39 Field Performance of Corrugated Pipe Manufactured with Recycled Polyethylene Content, 164 p. 871 09-54 Long-Term Aging of Asphalt Mixtures for Performance Testing and Prediction, 120 p. 872 12-93 Contribution of Steel Casing to Single Shaft Foundation Structural Resistance, 176 p. 873 19-13 Guidebook to Funding Transportation Through Land Value Return and Recycling, 152 p. 874 20-109 The Transportation Research Thesaurus: Capabilities and Enhancements, 112 p. 875 17-59 Guidance for Evaluating the Safety Impacts of Intersection Sight Distance (& WOD 228), 44 p. 877 01-55 Performance-Based Mix Design of Porous Friction Courses, 146 p. 878 09-40A Validation of the Louisiana Interlay Shear Strength Test for Tack Coat, 72 p. 879 13-04 Optimal Replacement Cycles of Highway Operations Equipment, 120 p. 880 15-48 Design Guide for Low-Speed Multimodal Roadways, 279 p. 881 03-117 Traffic Control Devices and Measures for Deterring Wrong-Way Movements, 106 p. 882 25-52 How Weather Affects the Noise You Hear from Highways, 322 p. 883 12-87A Fracture-Critical System Analysis for Steel Bridges, 58 p. 884 24-44 Guidelines for Managing Geotechnical Risks in Design-Build Projects (& WOD 247), 84 p. 885 20-108 Guide to Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Innovation for Departments of Transportation (& WOD 248), 68 p. 886 25-44 Field Evaluation of Reflected Noise from a Single Noise Barrier, 432 p. 887 24-42 Guidance for Underwater Installation of Filter Systems (& WOD 254 Vol. 1; & WOD 254 Vol. 2), 112 p. 888 17-70 Development of Roundabout Crash Prediction Models and Methods, 186 p. 890 09-55 Using Recycled Asphalt Shingles with Warm Mix Asphalt Technologies, 208 p. 891 20-102(08) Dedicating Lanes for Priority or Exclusive Use by Connected and Automated Vehicles, 152 p. 892 12-90 Guidelines for Shielding Bridge Piers, 106 p. 893 17-73 Systemic Pedestrian Safety Analysis, 110 p. 895 12-96 Simplified Full-Depth Precast Concrete Deck Panel Systems, 156 p. 896 20-102(09) Updating Regional Transportation Planning and Modeling Tools to Address Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles, Vol. 1: Executive Summary, 30 p. 896 20-102(09) Updating Regional Transportation Planning and Modeling Tools to Address Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicles, Vol. 2: Guidance, 96 p. 897 08-106 Tools to Facilitate Implementation of Effective Metropolitan Freight Transportation Strategies, 116 p. 900 03-120 Guide for the Analysis of Multimodal Corridor Access Management (& WOD 256), 126 p. Syntheses of Highway Practice (Project 20-05) No. Topic No. Title, Pages 515 48-01 Practices for Preventing Roadway Departures, 58 p. 516 48-02 Tack Coat Specifications, Materials, and Construction Practices, 128 p. 517 48-03 Corrosion Protection for Extending Steel Bridge Service Life, 84 p. 518 48-04 Staffing for Alternative Contracting Methods, 122 p. 519 48-05 The Renewal of Stormwater Systems Using Trenchless Technologies, 56 p. 520 48-06 Integrated Transportation and Land Use Models, 90 p. 521 48-07 Investment Prioritization Methods for Low-Volume Roads, 76 p. 523 48-09 Integration of Roadway Safety Data from State and Local Sources, 92 p. 524 48-10 Aggregate Quality Requirements for Pavements, 100 p. 525 48-11 Practices in One-Lane Traffic Control on a Two-Lane Rural Highway, 152 p. 526 48-12 Intertial Profiler Certification for Evaluation of International Roughness Index, 108 p. 527 48-13 Resilience in Transportation Planning, Engineering, Management, Policy, and Administration, 86 p. 528 48-14 Analyzing Data for Measuzring Transportation Performance by State DOTs and MPOs, 62 p.

21 2018 Annual Repor t 529 48-15 How Transportation Agencies Assess the Value of Added Capacity Highway Projects versus Other Modal Projects and Strategies, 70 p. 530 48-16 Construction and Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements Under Traffic, 92 p. Web-Only Documents No. Proj. No. 228 17-59 230 15-52 240 17-61 241 20-103 242 12-102 243 12-98 245 12-103 246 25-48 246 25-48 247 24-44 248 20-108 249 24-37 250 10-77 251 14-30 251 14-30 252 17-69 253 20-102(07) 253 20-102(07) 253 20-102(07) 253 20-102(07) 253 20-102(07) 253 20-102(07) 254 24-42 254 24-42 255 17-65 257 01-52 Title, Pages Safety Impacts of Intersection Sight Distance (& Rep. 875), 119 p. Developing an Expanded Functional Classification System for More Flexibility in Geometric Design (& Rep. 855), 230 p. Analysis of Work Zone Crash Characteristics and Countermeasures (& Rep. 869), 74 p. Development and Management of Sustainable Information Portals (& Rep. 865), 248 p. Recommended AASHTO Guide Specifications for ABC Design and Construction, 193 p. Recommended Guidelines for Prefabricated Bridge Elements and Systems Tolerances and Recommended Guidelines for Dynamic Effects for Bridge Systems, 177 p. Bridge Superstructure Tolerance to Total and Differential Foundation Movements, 825 p. Transportation Air Quality System, Vol. 1: TRAQS User Guide, 153 p. Transportation Air Quality System, Vol. 2: Combined Interface for Project-Level Air Quality Analysis, 60 p. Managing Geotechnical Risks in Design-Build Projects (& Rep. 884), 279 p. Research on Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Innovation for Departments of Transportation (& Rep. 885), 95 p. Combining Individual Scour Components to Determine Total Scour, 289 p. Use of Automated Machine Guidance (AMG) Within the Transportation Industry, 538 p. Spot Painting to Extend Highway Bridge Coating Life, Vol. 1: Guidance, 94 p. Spot Painting to Extend Highway Bridge Coating Life, Vol. 2: Research Overview, 73 p. A Strategic Approach to Transforming Traffic Safety Culture to Reduce Deaths and Injuries, 164 p. Implications of Connected and Automated Driving Systems, Vol. 1: Legal Landscape, 131 p. Implications of Connected and Automated Driving Systems, Vol. 2: State Legal and Regulatory Audit, 206 p. Implications of Connected and Automated Driving Systems, Vol. 3: Legal Modification Prioritization and Harmonization Analysis, 95 p. Implications of Connected and Automated Driving Systems, Vol. 4: Autonomous Vehicle Action Plan, 65 p. Implications of Connected and Automated Driving Systems, Vol. 5: Developing the Autonomous Vehicle Action Plan, 95 p. Implications of Connected and Automated Driving Systems, Vol. 6: Implementation Plan, 12 p. Underwater Installation of Filter Systems for Scour and Erosion Countermeasures, Vol. 1: Research Report (& Rep. 887), 206 p. Underwater Installation of Filter Systems for Scour and Erosion Countermeasures, Vol. 2: Training Manual (& Rep. 887), 142 p. Improved Analysis of Two-Lane Highway Capacity and Operational Performance, 679 p. A Mechanistic–Empirical Model for Top-Down Cracking of Asphalt Pavements Layers (& RRD 403), 214 p. Notes: Publications in parentheses with an ampersand (&) are companion publications. See Table 2 for project titles. See inside back cover of this document for ordering information.

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) has released its annual report. During 2018, NCHRP completed 150 research projects, published 68 research products, and approved 58 new and continuation projects. The report also presents detailed information about the operation of NCHRP.

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