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  • Transportation news, publications and reports from the National Highway Institute and the Federal Highway Administration.

    Public Roads

    NHI is a regular contributor to the US Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)'s bimonthly magazine, Public Roads. Below are links to some of our most recent articles. Reading Public Roads is the easiest way to keep up-to-date on developments in federal highway policies, programs, and research and technology.

    Winter 2022: Improve Construction Projects Through Utility Coordination

    The Federal Highway Administration?s (FHWA?s) National Highway Institute (NHI) now offers two web-based trainings (WBTs) specifically to assist transportation managers who handle utility coordination, design, and relocation in construction projects. Participants will learn about utility agreement requirements, as well as how to identify and document existing utility facilities. Read More.

    Autumn 2021: Scaling Probabilistic Risk-Based Estimating to Project Size

    How much is an accurate cost and schedule estimate worth? Accurately estimating project cost has been a challenge for decades. The National Highway Institute?s new eBook training, Probabilistic Risk-Based Estimating (PRBE) for Highway Project Cost and Schedule (FHWA-NHI-134205), aims to provide participants with the knowledge and tools needed address this challenge. This self-paced training introduces fundamental concepts and recommended processes to successfully implement PRBE procedures within any organization. Read More.

    Summer 2021: NHI's Commitment to Virtual Training for Engineers

    Despite the shift in how to meet the needs of today's workforce, the National Highway Institute (NHI) prides itself on its commitment to provide quality training to engineers. To continue to do so, NHI now offers some of its structures courses in an online, instructor-led format. Read More.
  • NHI Newsletters

    Learning in Progress, NHI's quarterly newsletter, provides updates on new course launches, upcoming Web conference seminars, training programs and events, and NHI policy changes. Below are our most recent issues. Sign up to get future newsletters delivered straight to your inbox.

    You can also sign up for updates on a specific transportation training program area, delivery type, or get notified any time an NHI training is scheduled in your state or region. Visit the subscription service page to opt-in or manage your email alerts.

    NHI Course Catalog

    To find courses or more information about NHI training, you can view the complete NHI Course Catalog , or download a custom catalog tailored specifically to your interests. Generating a custom catalog allows you to select your preferred delivery types, program areas, and organization method.


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