Work Zone Mobility and Safety Program
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"Making Work Zones Work Better" Workshops Series

From 2004-2006, FHWA held a series of Making Work Zones Work Better workshops. These workshops, held across the United States, were designed to:

  1. Promote the use of innovative practices, technologies, and products that have the potential to improve work zone mobility and safety, and
  2. Have an open forum for discussion and information sharing to enhance the body of work zone knowledge and improve future work zone programs.

This portion of the web site provides access to all papers and presentations that were part of the Making Work Zones Work Better Workshops. Please use the links on the left side of the screen to navigate through the workshop materials. These materials have been organized by author, as well as by subject area. Please note these materials are for informational purposes only and these workshops are no longer being held.

Workshops Held
Location Date Location Date
Raleigh, North Carolina June 2002 Madison, Wisconsin February 2004
College Park, Maryland September 2002 Fargo, North Dakota March 2004
Reno, Nevada February 2003 Bangor, Maine April 2004
Trenton, New Jersey April 2003 Sacramento, California April 2004
New Britain, Connecticut April 2003 Pomona, California April 2004
Warwick, Rhode Island April 2003 Nashville, Tennessee May 2004
Olympia, Washington May 2003 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma August 2004
Phoenix, Arizona June 2003 St. Louis, Missouri February 2005
Orlando, Florida September 2003 Baltimore, Maryland August 2005
Salem, Oregon October 2003 Charlottesville, Virginia September 2005
Springfield, Illinois December 2003 Orlando, Florida October 2005
Bloomington, Minnesota December 2003 Albuquerque, New Mexico January 2006
Boise, Idaho January 2004 Honolulu, Hawaii July 2006
Macon, Georgia February 2004 Empty Cell Empty Cell
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