AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, 7th Edition
These Specifications are intended for use in the design, evaluation, and rehabilitation of bridges, and are mandated by the Federal Highway Administration for use on all bridges using federal funding. This new edition—which includes 15 sections—contains clearer direction on seismic isolation design, as well as a number of updates to the following 7 sections: Section 3, Loads; Section 4, Structural Analysis; Section 5, Concrete; Section 6, Steel; Section 10, Foundations; Section 11, Abutments; and Section 12, Buried Structures.
The specifications are available in print, or as a PDF download. Customers can also purchase a kit that includes both the print and PDF download versions. And, in fall 2014, AASHTO will also release the first web-based version of this publication.
More detailed information on this publication, and the changes made from the previous edition, is available in this informational video.
For more information about this publication, or to purchase copies, visit the publication’s page on the AASHTO Online Bookstore.
Manual for Bridge Element Inspection, 1st Edition
AASHTO Bookstore online, and search by the publication’s item code, MBEI-1.
AASHTO's 2015 BRIDGES AND STRUCTURES ANNUAL MEETING
Saratoga Springs, New YorkSunday, April 19 – Thursday, April 23, 2015
The Saratoga Hilton
534 BroadwaySaratoga Springs, NY 12866
For more information: http://bridgemeeting2015.org/
2014 Annual Meeting - Thanks for Attending
June 22 – June 26, 2014
SCOBS Meeting Presentations
Below: The 2014 SCOBS Group Photo
2013 SCOBS Strategic Plan Final Report.pdf
FHWA Preservation Toolbox
Visit our Technical Service Program TSP2
The American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) is dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of highway assets. In May 2006, the National Center for Pavement Preservation (NCPP) was contracted to develop and administer its new
Transportation System Preservation Technical Services Program (TSP∙2). The program was initiated as an efficient means to disseminate information to AASHTO member agencies for preserving their highway infrastructure, including both pavements and bridges. Its principal mission will be to serve as a clearinghouse withcomprehensive and up-to-date information on efficient and effective preservation measures that enhance highway performance and extend useful life.