Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Pavement Technologies: Annual Report
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Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Pavement Technologies: Annual Report

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    Congress established the Accelerated Implementation and Deployment of Pavement Technologies (AID-PT) program in 2012 under the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21). In 2015, Congress continued the program in the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, with funding available through fiscal year 2020. The program’s purpose is to document, demonstrate, and deploy innovative pavement technologies—including their applications, performance, and benefits. This annual report represents the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA’s) approach to demonstrating how the agency is achieving the six overarching goals Congress set for the program: (1) The deployment of new, cost-effective designs, materials, recycled materials, and practices to extend the pavement life and performance and to improve user satisfaction; (2) The reduction of initial costs and lifecycle costs of pavements, including the costs of new construction, replacement, maintenance, and rehabilitation; (3) The deployment of accelerated construction techniques to increase safety and reduce construction time and traffic disruption and congestion; (4) The deployment of engineering design criteria and specifications for new and efficient practices, products, and materials for use in highway pavements; (5) The deployment of new nondestructive and real-time pavement evaluation technologies and construction techniques; and (6) Effective technology transfer and information dissemination to accelerate implementation of new technologies and to improve life, performance, cost effectiveness, safety, and user satisfaction. This report highlights case studies that discuss the anticipated long-term improvements in cost savings, project delivery time, congestion relief, enhanced safety and pavement performance due to the program.
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