The full PDF version of the March-April 2014 issue is now available. Photographic highlights of sessions, events, presentations, meetings, exhibits, awards, and more from TRB’s 93rd Annual Meeting—including a major policy address by U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx—is accompanied in the March–April 2014 issue of TR News by feature articles that explore the history and legacy of the TRB Annual Meeting; offer insights into performance management issues and practice; address new applications of research on bridge scour; highlight the enhancement of research report distribution through social media; and more.
The March-April 2014 issue of TR News includes the following articles:
Performance Management for Transportation Organizations: Developing and Applying Metrics That Drive Performance
Leveraging Social Media and Online Tools to Increase Research Report Distribution: Tips and Lessons Learned from Mineta Transportation Institute
2014 Annual Meeting Highlights: Celebrating Our Legacy, Anticipating Our Future
The Transportation Research Board’s Annual Meeting on the Move: Reflecting on the History of an Extraordinary Event
Framing Surface Transportation Research for the Nation’s Future
Scour and Safe Bridges: Advancing the State of the Practice
Research Pays Off: Evaluating Bridges with Unknown Foundations for Vulnerability to Scour: North Carolina Applies Risk-Based Guidelines
The TR News is TRB’s bimonthly magazine featuring timely articles on innovative and state-of-the-art research and practice in all modes of transportation. It also includes brief news items of interest to the transportation community, research pays off articles profiles of transportation professionals, workshop and conference announcements, new book notices, and news of TRB activities. Submissions of manuscripts for possible publication are accepted at any time.
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