Thank you for participating in the
2020 Committee on Bridges & Structures Annual Meeting!
Industry updates and PDFs of the slides are being posted here as they become available.
If you did not receive an attendance certificate, be sure to keep the follow-up email and the self-reporting PDH form. Replacement certificates cannot be provided.
Mark your calendars to join us for the 2021 Bridges & Structures meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana on July 11-15, 2021.
NEW AASHTO PUBLICATIONS
The AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications are intended for use in the design, evaluation, and rehabilitation of bridges. The specifications employ the Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) methodology, using factors developed from current statistical knowledge of loads and structural performance. This new 9th edition includes revisions to almost all sections of the specifications.
Other New Editions
Guide Design Specifications for Bridge Temporary Works, 2nd Edition, 2020 Interim Revisions
LRFD Bridge Construction Specifications, 4th Edition, 2020 Interim Revisions
Standard Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals, 6th Edition, 2020 Interim Revisions
LRFD Specifications for Structural Supports for Highway Signs, Luminaires, and Traffic Signals, 1st Edition, 2020 Interim Revisions
All of these titles, and many more, are available online at the AASHTO Bookstore.
Future Committee on Bridges & Structures Meetings:
2020 – Missouri
2021 – Indiana
2022 – Pennsylvania
Committee on Bridges & Structures Charter – 2017
Committee on Bridges & Structures Strategic Plan – 2018
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 with comprehensive and up-to-date information on efficient and effective preservation measures that enhance highway performance and extend useful life.