|Library Item Number||Title|
|11-1||AASHTO Transfer Fair
This video, filmed at the 1991 AASHTO Annual Meeting in Milwaukee, examines many products developed by the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) which are now available to state, city and county transportation departments. Topics include: Work zone safety devices, snow and ice control, highway maintenance, concrete and asphalt research and development, and results from SHRP's Long Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) program.
Briefly covers determination and prevention of alkali-silica reactivity. Concentrates on testing that simulates alkali-silica reactivity for study.
This video demonstrates correct procedures for obtaining representative samples. Several methods for obtaining samples are discussed.
|11-4||Finding Better Ways - Strategic Highway Research
New research into cost-effective pavement repairs.
Video briefly discusses the causes and prevention of freezing and thawing, but mainly concentrates on testing that simulates these conditions for study.
|11-6||Paving the Way for Tomorrow's Highways
Contains information on research being done to improve pavement on future highways.
|11-7||SHRP Report on Snow Plows
This video reports on snow plow research conducted by the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP). The report covers prototype design, laboratory experimental studies, and field testing.
|11-8||Technical Advancements for Maintenance Workers - 1
Video shows several new products and methods for highway maintenance being tested by the federally funded Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP).
|11-9||Technical Advancements for Maintenance Workers - 2
This video covers the two major areas of SHRP highway operations research: Maintenance cost effectiveness and snow and ice control. New products and procedures developed by SHRP will bring state, city, and county transportation departments cost savings and greater public satisfaction.
|11-10||Testing and Field inspection of Roadway Deliniation
Video consists of two parts. Part 1 - deals with information on pavement markings. It involves application of the marking, temperature requirements of the pavement, material and air, and description of the different types of materials used. Part 2 - deals with the application of other delineation along with maintenance and inspection of this delineation.