Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule for Design-Build Projects Successes, Challenges, and Tips
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Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule for Design-Build Projects Successes, Challenges, and Tips

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      The Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule, issued by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in 2004, aims to bring about greater consideration and understanding of work zone impacts throughout project development; minimization of those impacts where possible through scheduling, coordination, design, and staging decisions; and better management of remaining impacts during construction. Design-build projects have become more prevalent as agencies seek to speed up projects to leverage resources. The principles advocated by the Rule and its provisions apply to design-build projects, but may need to be applied somewhat differently to address the differences between design-build and traditional design-bid-build.

      Research was conducted to explore and identify the issues with and approaches to applying the Rule to design-build projects and how this affects the project development process. In-depth research was done through two case study sites to further examine the issues and identify successes, challenges, and tips. This leaflet summarizes the key points and uses the two case studies to illustrate successes and challenges. More details are provided in the publications referenced at the end of the leaflet. The two case studies are briefly described below.

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