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Lee, Eul-Bum and Kunhee Choi
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This paper describes a multi-faceted outreach effort, as implemented in 2004 on the Interstate-15 (I-15) Devore urban highway reconstruction project in Southern California, to limit the negative impacts of construction closures on the traveling public. Overtime use of the facility has led to poor pavement conditions along on one of California's most heavily trafficked routes.

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Paper Prepared for the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board
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441
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Dynamic Approach to Public Outreach for Minimizing Traffic Inconvenience in Urban Highway Rehabilitation
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