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Monthly News from the National Highway Institute | October 2018

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November 11 - 17 is National Traffic Incident Response Week

Law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMS providers, towing and recovery workers, and other first responders put their lives on the line every day to help others. This November, help raise awareness of the dangers faced by the emergency response community and learn how improved incident management training can save lives. Enroll in NHI's free National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training today.

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What's New

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Access Management: Fundamental Principles and Application

Access Management: Fundamental Principles, Application and Computation

Conducting Effective Program Reviews

Financial Planning for Transportation Asset Management

Instructor Development Course

Risk-Based Stewardship and Oversight (State Version)

Soil Nail Walls

Strut-and-tie Modeling (STM) for Concrete Structures

Traffic Signal Timing Concepts

Transportation Performance Management for Pavements

Tunnel Safety Inspection Refresher


Effective Target Setting for Transportation Performance Management

FHWA Planning and Research Grants

Improving Highway Safety with ITS

Safety Data and Analysis Fundamentals Training

Transportation Performance Management Overview for the MAP-21 and FAST Acts


SRH-2D Model Data files, Diagnostics & Verifying 2D Model Results

NHI is always releasing new courses and updating our existing training based on the latest technologies, best practices and industry advancements. Learn more about the rest of our latest courses by visiting the NHI website, or click below to browse all NHI has to offer.

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