The Federal Highway Administration FHWA will host an executive-level virtual rollout of the Every Day Counts EDC program round 7 innovations on Dec. 2.

These innovations will build upon the already significant legacy of EDC and support FHWA’s efforts to drive innovation around three core priorities:

  • Improving safety for all road users;
  • Building sustainable infrastructure for the future; and
  • Growing an inclusive workforce.

EDC is a state-based program that identifies and rapidly deploys proven, yet underutilized innovations that make our transportation system adaptable, sustainable, equitable and safer for all. Proven innovations promoted through EDC facilitate greater efficiency at the State, Local and Tribal levels, saving time, money and resources to ensure our infrastructure is built better, faster, and smarter.

Register now to attend on Dec. 2nd at 1:30 p.m. ET. The Executive Session is open to everyone.

In February 2023, FHWA will also host a virtual summit to bring together the State Transportation Innovation Councils and transportation professionals across the country.  The summit will provide a more in-depth discussion of the benefits of each innovation to help state, local, and tribal governments identify those that best fit the needs of their respective State’s transportation programs.

Published Date

November 15, 2022

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