|LRFD Bridge Construction Specifications, 4th Edition (LRFDCONS-4)||8/18/2018|
|LRFD Bridge Design Specifications, 8th Edition (LRFD-8)||11/06/2018|
|06-26-2018||Updated historical transmittal spreadsheet.|
|06-19-2018||Added copy of publications agreement.|
|06-04-2018||Added new box for Handling Errata to Best Practices page.|
|05-11-2018||Updated historical transmittal spreadsheet.|
|04-16-2018||Uploaded Carol's poster presentation on AASHTO Digital Publications that she gave at the TRB Annual Conference in January 2018 (plus a flyer about the LibGuide). See presentations box below.|
2018 Materials Book published.
MBE-3 PDF early on could not be retrieved but that's been fixed.
Contact Michele Langham (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you missed a transmittal email.
The Materials Book April 2018 update is on schedule. You may receive emails saying your single user web-based license is coming to an end. The Publications Dept. said this is automatically generated and doesn't mean you have another subscription to the publication. So ignore the email for now.
Added note about availability of third web-based version of LRFD Bridge Design Specs that can be purchased (state DOTs already received complimentary print and PDF copies last year) & updated a few new expirations.
AASHTO announced availability for purchase of print or single user PDF copies of subject compilations for 2017 Materials Book.This is outside the complimentary publications program for state DOT members.
|11-30-2017||Updated historical transmittal spreadsheet|
|11-20-2017||Uploaded revised Access Instructions for Missouri DOT (staff can now install FileOpen software using MoDOT's Software Center; does not require administrative access to a PC)|
|10-24-2017||Uploaded IDOT Library Intranet page, LA DOTD LTRC Shared Drive Instructions, and MnDOT Deputy Commissioner email to staff|
|October 2017||Updated Registration information to include issues encountered when another staff member registers for a publication before the library (or designee) does|
Missouri Department of Transportation
Erin K. Grady
Director of Publications Production
egrady AT aashto.org
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