Illinois Center for Transportation
The Illinois Center for Transportation (ICT) is a premier transportation research center that builds on the experience of renowned experts in transportation and related fields at the University of Illinois, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT), and other universities in Illinois and across the country by providing the appropriate tools and support required for objective research. For more information about the ICT, visit http://ict.illinois.edu.
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Mechanistic-Empirical (M-E) Design Implementation & Monitoring for Flexible Pavements: 2018 PROJECT SUMMARY (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2018-06)This document is a summary of the tasks performed for Project ICT-R27-149-1. Mechanistic-empirical (M-E)–based flexible pavement design concepts and procedures were previously developed in Illinois Cooperative Highway ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2018-05)As a follow-up to ICT Project R27-030, Evaluation of 3-D Laser Scanning, this report provides findings of an evaluation of 3-D laser scanning equipment to determine the tangible costs versus benefits and the manpower savings ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2018-05)A procedure combining Micro-Deval and 2nd generation Aggregate Imaging Measurement System (AIMS-II) test procedures was developed to characterize aggregate polishing characteristics, and in turn, provide a means for ...
Evaluation of Adaptive Signal Control Technology—Volume 2: Comparison of Base Condition to the First Year After Implementation (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2018-05)Field evaluation of adaptive signal control technologies (ASCT) is very important in understanding the system’s contribution to safety and operational efficiency. Data were collected at six intersections along the Neil ...
(Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2018-04)Cracking in bridge decks is a common but difficult problem to control. Both research and experience show that the use of epoxy-coated reinforcement, which is mandated by most state departments of transportation (DOT’s) for ...