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California Department of Transportation
Caltrans manages more than 45,000 miles of California's highway and freeway lanes, provides inter-city rail services, permits more than 400 public-use airports and special-use hospital heliports, and works with local agencies.
EPA Clean School Bus USA Campaign
Learn more about the campaign, download a sample "No Idling" policy, and learn more about the grants and other funding available for your school.
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
The FHWA is an agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation that supports State and local governments in the design, construction, and maintenance of the Nation's highway system and various federally and tribal owned lands.
Flow International: How Waterjet Cutting Works
Learn more about the technology behind our Waterjet Cutting System.
Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)
The Georgia Department of Transportation's website feature information on state roadways, road construction, and traveler alerts.
Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT)
The official site of the department. Includes information on construction projects and information about doing business with the department.
Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT)
Official site for the transportation department. Includes profile, motorist information, and related links.
Indiana Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) Sign Retroreflectivity Guidebook (pdf format)
This manual was designed to assist small-sized agencies without a traffic engineering staff in meeting the new Federal requirements for maninting traffic sign retroreflectivity on roads open to public travel.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC)
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is an executive branch agency responsible for overseeing the development and maintenance of a safe, efficient multi-modal transportation system throughout the commonwealth.
2009 Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
The standard for signs, signals, and pavement markings in the United States. Released in December 2009, the 2009 Edition of the MUTCD features a number of changes from the previous edition. If you are purchasing signs for use on public roads and would like to be in compliance with MUTCD standards, we recommend that you download a copy fo the new manual for review. The 2009 Edition of the MUTCD is available in both PDF and HTML versions. If you have any questions about the manual or its contents, we recommend that you refer to the contacts on this list of Who's Who on the MUTCD team provided by the FHWA.
Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)
The Michigan Department of Transportation is responsible for planning, designing, and operating streets, highways, bridges, transit systems, airports, railroads and ports. Visit the site to find out more about lane closures, roads, construction, aeronautics, highways, road work and travel in the state.
Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT)
The official MoDOT website provides basic information on the Missouri Department of Transportation and its leaders, direction, history and funding. MoDOT works with the public, transportation partners, state and federal legislators, and other state and local agencies to provide a safe and efficient transportation system to the people of Missouri.
North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT)
NCDOT's motto is "Connecting people and places in North Carolina - safely and effectively, with accountability and environmental sensitivity.
Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT)
The Ohio Department of Transportation's web site features useful information for Ohioans and motorists traveling throughout the state.
Ohio Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (OMUTCD)
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT)
Lists driver and vehicle services, traveller and construction information, and details on public safety.
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
The Texas Department of Transportation Web site provides information on vehicle registration, road conditions, highway construction and various programs that serve the business community and the traveling public. Click here to download specific TxDOT sign requirements.
Understanding Minimum Reflectivity
This site assembles and publishes background information, best practices and current literature from the transportation community regarding the Minimum Reflectivity Ruling.
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