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P.E. Exam Study Collections
Some of our most popular collections are our P.E. Exam study materials, which are available to any VDOT employee on a first-come-first-served basis. Study materials are kept up to date according to requirements set by NCEES, which develops and scores the FE, PE, and SE exams for engineering licensure. (See Study Lists...)
Note: For many of the titles in the lists below the library has multiple copies.
Access to Collections At Other Libraries
If you've checked our Library Catalog and are pretty sure we don't have the research material you need, you can quickly search for it in libraries worldwide. Or you can just give us the citation and we'll find it for you! The WorldCat Discovery database is a global resource that reveals over 2.6 Billion items held by libraries worldwide. (Learn more...)
Believe it or not, a lot of research and information needed by transportation professionals is NOT held by transportation libraries. That's why we participate in OCLC WorldShare ILL, a global consortium of libraries that defrays overall operating costs and helps us quickly locate and borrow resources from libraries around the globe. The result is that your library is a gateway to other libraries. Every 5 seconds OCLC libraries use WorldShare to fill a loan request! Want the next request filled to be yours? Send details on the item you need us to borrow for you from this ILL Request Form and we'll do the rest. Learn more from our ILL & Document Delivery page.
VDOT Library Digital Collections
In 2019 the library established a Digital Collections Site, where we will be archiving scanned copies of older transportation publications. We hope to add many collections to the site, the first of which is the VDOT Bulletin 1934-2009.