Research and Technology: The Value in Solving Transportation Challenges Globally Through Partnerships: [brochure]
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Research and Technology: The Value in Solving Transportation Challenges Globally Through Partnerships: [brochure]

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      The Office of Research, Development, and Technology and the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC) at the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) play a vital leadership role in developing and implementing a coordinated highway research and technology (R&T) agenda within the United States. The FHWA accomplishes this objective and helps address future demands and needs in the highway sector by working with its partners in the public and private sectors, academia, industry, and in the international community.

      FHWA focuses its international research activities on a variety of partnerships and interactions to access information on state-of-the-art technologies and practices used worldwide, as well as to transfer technologies and innovations developed in the United States to a growing world market. These technical exchanges and partnerships between domestic and international counterparts, participation in international organizations, and the establishment of business protocols are extremely beneficial and highly justified in a constrained economic environment. Although challenging to accomplish given the time and resources required to build international partnerships, the activities garnered from the partnerships help leverage and maximize the value of U.S. financial and technical resources worldwide.

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      Distribution number: HRTM-10/12-13(500)E
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