Maintenance Services, Transportation Weather, and Winter Maintenance


TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2551 consists of 16 papers that explore traffic and equipment maintenance, especially with regards to weather, including:

  • Accuracy of Ice Melting Capacity Tests: Review of Melting Data for Sodium Chloride
  • Superhydrophobic Coatings on Asphalt Concrete Surfaces: Toward Smart Solutions for Winter Pavement Maintenance
  • Optimizing Environmental Sensor Station Locations for Road Weather Management: Overview and a Generalized Modeling Framework
  • Proactive Strategy for Variable Speed Limit Operations on Freeways Under Foggy Weather Conditions
  • Expanding the Road Weather Information System for Avalanche Support
  • Development of a Sensor Platform for High-Accuracy Mapping of Roadway Lane Markings
  • Piecewise Multiple Linear Models for Pavement Marking Retroreflectivity Prediction Under Effect of Winter Weather Events
  • Connected Vehicle Solution for Winter Road Surface Condition Monitoring
  • Statistical Analysis for Assessing Highway Maintenance Level of Service
  • Use of Social Media by Transportation Agencies for Traffic Management
  • Assessing Driver Speed Choice in Fog with the Use of Visibility Data from Road Weather Information Systems
  • Modeling Effects of Precipitation on Vehicle Speed: Floating Car Data Approach
  • Chemical Melting of Ice: Effect of Solution Freezing Point on the Melting Rate
  • Design and Performance Monitoring of Snow-Supporting Structures for the Milepost 151 Avalanche near Jackson, Wyoming
  • Energy-Regenerative Shock Absorber for Transportation Vehicles Based on Dual Overrunning Clutches: Design, Modeling, and Simulation
  • Fire Risk Assessment for Highway Bridges in South Korea

Read TRR No. 2551

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