Every Day Counts: Request for Information: Summary of Innovation Suggestions EDC 2019-2020 EDC 2021-2022
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Every Day Counts: Request for Information: Summary of Innovation Suggestions EDC 2019-2020 EDC 2021-2022

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      The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) published a Request for Information (RFI) in December 2017 for new innovations for the fifth round of Every Day Counts (EDC), deployed 2019–2020, and again in December 2019 for the next round of deployment in 2021–2022. The RFI is FHWA’s opportunity to hear from State, Local, Academia, and Industry partners regarding ideas for accelerated deployment of proven, market-ready processes or technologies with the potential to provide efficiencies at all levels of the transportation system. FHWA staff also identified potential ideas for deployment. This report includes all of the ideas that were submitted externally. Those responding to the requests were asked to consider the following: • National Impact: Potential to benefit the transportation system nationally. • Readiness: Whether the innovation is ready to be deployed nationally. • Game Changing: How the innovation is transformative in saving time and money or improving quality. • Urgency and Scale: Potential to shorten project delivery time, enhance safety, reduce traffic congestion, integrate automation, or positively impact freight movement, construction techniques, contracting methods, maintenance, preservation, emergency response. FHWA received more than 100 suggestions and comments in response to each RFI. Ideas similar in content were combined for reporting in this document. Many ideas submitted need additional research or development, preventing deployment under the rapid process used by EDC. Some suggestions were not accepted due to small deployment markets. Some suggested innovations are proprietary, or require congressional action, and therefore were not considered under this process. All promising ideas remaining after the EDC selection will be considered by other programs within FHWA.
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