Research Digest, March 2021: State DOTs
The March 2021 issue of the Research Digest is now available for download from the CTR Library. This digest from the CTR Library provides abstracts for 15 publications recently received from other states’ department of transportation research programs. The research projects represented here are from various states including Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, and Virginia. The reports cover a wide range of topics including development of a test method for evaluating staining on structures as an indicator of bat presence, data and modeling support of off-line and real-time decisions associated with integrated corridor management, predictive deep learning for flood evacuation planning and routing, and systems for notifying the public of local road closures using smartphone map applications.
Full-text links are provided for each report.
To stay up-to-date on all the latest research published through different transportation programs, please visit the library’s online catalog. We provide links to online full-text of reports in our catalog when publishers make that content available for free.
The goal of the Digest is to showcase new publications. The subject of the Digest rotates between these themes:
- TxDOT research (Center for Transportation Research, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Center for Multidisciplinary Research in Transportation, University of Texas at El Paso, etc.)
- Other State DOTs’ research
- Transportation Research Board (TRB)
- Federal government publications