The Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF) Program allows federal, state, and local agencies and other organizations to combine resources to support transportation research studies.

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TPF-5(065) Traffic Control Device Consortium (after 2015, contributions continued under TPF-5(316))
TPF-5(114) Roadside Safety Research Program
TPF-5(206) Research Program to Support the Research, Development, and Deployment of System Operations Applications of Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII)
TPF-5(271) Reorganization of Section 5, Concrete Structures, of the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications
TPF-5(279) High Performance Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Modeling Services for Highway Hydraulics
TPF-5(287) Application Tool for Assessing Wildlife Passage
TPF-5(288) Western Road Usage Charging Consortium
TPF-5(292) Assessing Roadway Traffic Count Duration Impacts on AADT DATA Estimation Quality

TPF-5(299) Improving the Quality of Pavement Surface Distress and Transverse Profile Data Collection and Analysis
TPF-5(303) 2015 Performance Measures Technical Transfer Conference and Asset Management Peer Exchange
TPF-5(309) Partnership for the Transformation of Traffic Safety Culture
TPF-5(312) Western Maintenance Partnership
TPF-5(313) Technology Transfer Concrete Consortium
TPF-5(316) Traffic Control Device (TCD) Consortium (continuation of TPF-5(065))
TPF-5(327)
State Responses to Energy Sector Developments
TPF-5(328) Strain-based Fatigue Crack Monitoring of Steel Bridges using Wireless Elastomeric Skin Sensors
TPF-5(331) Toolkit for the Deployment of Alternative Vehicle and Fuel Technologies
TPF-5(332) Performing Forensic Evaluations of LTPP Remaining Sections Before They Leave Service
TPF-5(335) 2016 through 2020 Biennial Asset Management Conference and Training on Implementation Strategies
Solicitation 1409 I-10 Western Connected Freight Corridor Project
Solicitation 1417 Developing Performance-Based Guidance for Solid-State Roadway Lighting Applications
Solicitation 1418 Axle and Length Classification Factor Analysis and Effects on Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)

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