Full text articles in 33 ASCE peer-reviewed technical and professional journals from as far back as 1983-present, plus 28,000 ASCE conference proceedings papers from as far back as 1996-present, and 400 eBooks—for a combined total of more than 120,000 online documents.
Desktop only access to nearly 80,000 full-text online eBooks. Access books from top publishers in the fields of: Business, Engineering, Finance, Information Technology, Leadership, and Office Software Applications and much more.
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Collections include: BusinessPro, EngineeringPro, ExecBlueprints, ExecSummaries, FinancePro, GovEssentials, IT & Desktop Videos, ITPro, Leadership Channel, Office Essentials, and Well-Being Essentials.
This collection of E-Books is designed for "on screen" reading as opposed to downloading to portable E-book reading devices. However, Books24x7 content is "mobile" provided the user has a tablet PC or Smartphone with the Skillsoft mobile app.
Full text of 1,500 publications from key transportation and engineering publishers. Contains AASHTO titles like: "A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets," “Standard Specifications for Transportation Materials and Methods of Sampling and Testing,” and “AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design Specifications." Full-text access requires registration. Note: Some users have reported difficulty connecting to Knovel. If you are on the VDOT network and cannot connect to Knovel, try using this link: http://app.knovel.com
Search and retrieve full text articles of the online version of Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. TRB provides VDOT and other "sponsors" full-text online access to over 15,000 articles from 1996-present.
Older issues of Transportation Research Record (formerly Highway Research Record) dating to 1963 are available in print from the VDOT Research library.
Combines the records from TRB’s Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) Database and the OECD’s Joint Transport Research Centre’s International Transport Research Documentation (ITRD) Database. TRID provides access to more than one million records of transportation research worldwide, including documents in French, German, Spanish and other languages.
New / Trial Resources
The following resources are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
Contains full-text copies of recent articles from renowned trade publications, market trends and business research, including: More than 5,600 full-text business magazines, journals and trade publications, more than 1,100 full-text newspapers with same-day currency, and more than 1 million TV and radio news transcripts.
Presents summaries on the benefits, costs, deployment levels, and lessons learned for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) deployment and operations from over 20 years of ITS evaluation studies, research syntheses, handbooks, journal articles, and conference papers tracking the effectiveness of deployed ITS.
The National Transportation Library (NTL) has re-branded their Digital Repository "Repository & Open Science Access Portal." Known as ROSA P, this portal is a public repository of NTL's collection of more than 30,000 full-text items related to transportation research.
This online journal from Taylor & Francis provides full-text access to all articles from all issues of Road Materials and Pavement Design from 2000-present. Features articles on mechanical, thermal, chemical and/or physical properties of bitumens, additives, bituminous mixes, asphalt concrete, cement concrete, unbound granular materials, soils, geo-composites, new and innovative materials, as well as mix design, soil stabilization, and environmental aspects of handling and re-use of road materials.
SmarterRoads makes VDOT’s transportation data available to approved users online. This cloud-based portal provides raw data pertaining to road conditions, incidents, work zones, multi-modal transportation and road signs to the connected and automated vehicle industry, third-party enterprise and the public. Data sets range from real-time sensor streams updated every minute, to road statistic shape files updated annually. Browse available data sets, then create a free account to get started.
The Virginia Roads Open Data Portal was developed to provide user-friendly access to all of the Virginia Department of Transportation's map products and to ensure VDOT’s transparency to the public. It pulls together a variety of VDOT project information in one place for a general public audience, to assist citizens, elected officials, local government partners and others in getting current information quickly and in an easy-to-understand format.