NHDOT SPR2 Annual Report to FHWA

NHDOT SPR2 Annual Report to FHWA, FFY 2020, October 2020, that includes funding and budget information, technical briefs, and NHDOT newsletters for reporting  period.

NHDOT SPR2 Work Program

NHDOT SPR2 Work Program, FFY 2021, September 2020 (revised December 2020) that includes funding and budget information, and a description of active project,  proposed projects, and transportation pooled fund projects.

GDOT 2017 Annual Research Implementation Report

This report marks the Office of Organizational Performance Management?s (OPM) fifth Annual Research Implementation Report to the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) Research Advisory Committee (RAC). The report summarizes research implementation activities completed or in progress, since the last RAC meeting, under the GDOT Research and Development (R&D) program or the Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF) program.

Annual Implementation Report

This report marks the Office of Research (OR)?s fourth Annual Implementation Report to the Georgia DOT Research Advisory Committee (RAC). The report summarizes research implementation activities completed or in progress, since the last RAC meeting, under the GDOT Research and Development (R&D) program or the Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF) program. Contract research is normally funded with 80% federal State Planning and Research (SP&R) dollars and 20% state motor fuel dollars, while TPF projects are funded with 100% federal SP&R dollars. The report also summarizes implementation activities associated with the Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP-2) and take-homes from the 2015 TRB Annual Meeting.

Annual Implementation Report

This report is the third Annual Implementation Report presented to the Research Advisory Committee (RAC) of the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). The report summarizes implementation activities for two primary sets of research conducted under the GDOT Research and Development (R&D) program by the Office of Research (OR): (1) contract research completed since the last RAC meeting that has either been implemented or is pending implementation; and (2) examples of ongoing implementation under the Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF) program. Contract research is normally funded with 80% federal/20% state, State Planning and Research (SP&R) dollars, while TPF projects are funded with 100% federal SP&R dollars. The report also summarizes implementation activities associated with the Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP-2) and take-homes from the 2014 TRB Annual Meeting.

Research Implementation and Leadership Engagement Peer Exchange

This report discusses the proceedings and recommendations of the 2012 UDOT Research Peer Exchange. The 2012 UDOT Research Peer Exchange took place in October of 2012. Representatives from eight different state DOTs, as well as representatives from four federal agencies, gave presentations on the implementation of research in his or her organization. Participants also attended the UDOT Annual Conference where they presented a condensed version of their state or agency?s implementation of research and were able to see the inner workings of the Utah Department of Transportation. On day three, participants provided feedback for UDOT on how they could improve their research program. Participants then discussed leadership, how it fostered research implementation, and vice versa. Top suggestions for involving leadership were gathered from each participant at the end of the exchange. The participants were asked to focus on four areas: Implementation, Innovation, How Leadership Affects Research, and How Research Affects Leadership.

Research Implementation and Leadership Engagement Peer Exchange

This report discusses the proceedings and recommendations of the 2012 UDOT Research Peer Exchange. The 2012 UDOT Research Peer Exchange took place in October of 2012. Representatives from eight different state DOTs, as well as representatives from four federal agencies, gave presentations on the implementation of research in his or her organization. Participants also attended the UDOT Annual Conference where they presented a condensed version of their state or agency?s implementation of research and were able to see the inner workings of the Utah Department of Transportation. On day three, participants provided feedback for UDOT on how they could improve their research program. Participants then discussed leadership, how it fostered research implementation, and vice versa. Top suggestions for involving leadership were gathered from each participant at the end of the exchange. The participants were asked to focus on four areas: Implementation, Innovation, How Leadership Affects Research, and How Research Affects Leadership.

Transportation Research Implementation: Application of Research Outcomes

This document provides a summary of the entire content of the Second EU-U.S. Transportation Research Symposium held April 10?11, 2014, in Paris, France; all presentations, comments, and
discussions are included. The summary is organized by symposium session or breakout session with a concluding section that synthesizes the suggestions that emerged from the symposium. This format was selected to give the reader a full understanding of the ideas expressed as well as to document the lessons learned and offer recommendations for successful
implementation of research outcomes.

The purpose of the Second EU-U.S. Transportation Research Symposium was to promote cooperation across the Atlantic and share best practices for the implementation of research outcomes in the field of surface transportation at the local, state, national, and international levels.