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Project 0-1787 Seal Coat Constructability Review
This research project conducted a formal constructability review of TxDOT seal coat practices. The essence of any “constructability review” is the identification of best practices. It is a technique that is being widely ...
Handling Issues for Lead and Asbestos in Bridge Construction
(Texas Department of Transportation, 2008-02-29)
Maintenance Solutions for Bleeding and Flushed Pavements
(Texas Department of Transportation, 2006-11)
Short Term Solutions to “Bleeding” Asphalt Pavements
(Texas Department of Transportation, 2006-08-31)
Develop Statewide Regression Equations for Improved Flood Peak Estimation
(Texas Department of Transportation, 2009-08-31)
AESTHETIC, ENVIRONMENTAL, ANDGEOMORPHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF CHANNEL MODIFICATIONS
(Texas Tech University Department of Civil Engineering, 1998-10)
As part of roadway construction, TxDOT commonly modifies or relocates stream channels. Depending on the degree and extent of modification, this practice can result in adverse impacts on aquatic and riparian habitats along ...
Water Intrusion in Base/Subgrade Materials at Bridge Ends
(Center for Multidisciplinary Research in Transportation, 2004)
Climatic Adjustments of Natural ResourceConservation Service (NRCS) Runoff Curve Numbers
For the purposes of this project, the term observed curve number (and CNobs) refers to the estimate of effective curve number for a watershed that is derived for paired observations of rainfall depth and runoff depth. ...
Synthesis of TxDOT Storm Drain Design
(Texas Department of Transportation, 2003-10)
Use of Alternative Water Sources
(Texas Department of Transportation, 2005-10)