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27 April 2017
Survey on sustainable highway construction

The International Road Federation Geneva Programme Centre (IRF Geneva) kindly invite all readers to participate to this survey about sustainable highway construction. Your insight on sustainability will be very helpful for this project.


This project is being done for the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies through their National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP). Our effort, Project 10-91A, is titled “Sustainable Highway Construction Practices.” As part of this effort we are using a short survey to collect information on sustainable highway (and other) construction practices that those within and external to the industry have done, seen, or are aware of. This project’s ultimate goal is to produce a definitive guidebook on sustainable highway construction practices that will help the industry better define them, their benefits, costs, and impact. 

This survey should take no more than 10 minutes. Your participation would be very helpful and, if you desire, will be kept strictly confidential. We are looking for a wide range of people to take the survey, so even if you are not directly associated with highway construction we would really value your input and perspective. 

Thank you for your time and consideration.

The NCHRP Project 10-91A research team
Steve Muench, University of Washington (Principal Investigator)
Giovanni Migliaccio, University of Washington (Co-PI)
Jessica Kaminsky, University of Washington (Co-PI)
Amlan Mukherjee, Michigan Technological University (Co-PI)
Jeralee Anderson, Greenroads Foundation (Co-PI)

For further information, please contact Steve Muench