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Title, Produced By, Year
Description. (Length)




Pothole Patching, Illinois Department of Transportation
Covers fixing potholes by using a tank/kettle. The video also covers patching by applying emulsions and aggregate in alternate layers until the hole is filled. (30 min)


4 Part video that covers the operation of a motorgrader from the operator's point of view. (76 min)

Part 1: Introduction to the Machine

Part 2: Start-up, Blade positions and Maneuvering the Grader
Part 3: Operational techniques
Part 4: Maintaining Unpaved Roads


Loader Operations
This video covers the operation of a loader from the operator's point of view. It includes start-up, loader controls, maneuvering, basic operations, and stock piling. (35 min)


This video deals with pre-trip inspection, start-up, basic maneuvering, dump operation and shut down. (53 min)


Crack and Joint Sealing, Illinois Department of Transportation
This video deals with utilizing asphalt emulsions from a kettle to fill cracks. A portion of the video deals with routing cracks and installing backer rod. (47 min)


Safe Tree and Brush Removal, Illinois Department of Transportation, 2003
This video demonstrates chain saw safety and maintenance, sawing techniques, falling trees and trimming brush. (19 min)


Commercial Driver's License, Illinois Department of Transportation
Includes the verbal and driving requirements on the test for obtaining a commercial driver's license. (20 min)


Culvert Replacement, Illinois Department of Transportation
Covers step-by-step procedure for replacing an entrance pipe culvert. (12 min)


Loading and Towing Heavy Equipment, Illinois Department of Transportation
Covers safety features to check on the trailer prior to loading, and discusses how to load the equipment. (20 min)


Safe Mowing Procedures, Illinois Department of Transportation, 2003
Covers IDOT's where, when, and why to mow the right-of-way. It also covers noxious weeds and safety when mowing. (17 min)


Radio Communication, Your Vital Link, Illinois Department of Transportation
Covers the use of mobile radios, the universal "Ten" signals code and guidelines for talking on the radio. (17 min)


Work Zone Safety, Federal Highway Administration
4 Part Video that discusses work zone safety. (65 min)

Part 1: Work Zone Traffic Control

Part 2: Traffic Control Devices

Part 3: Traffic Control Zones

Part 4: Typical Applications


The Idea Store, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, 1989
8 part video covering a wide variety of topics. (89 min)

Part 1: How to store plow blades when not in use, a handy land level, a level for measuring the crown of a road, and other innovative ideas. (8 min)

Part 2: Includes ideas on identifying construction signs, fire hose cone hold down, traffic control guidebooks, motorgrader blade changing, measuring aggregate lost, innovative tools from Iowa, and a public relations flier on snow removal. (13 min)

Part 3: Subjects include: two different types of lifter for changing plow blades, the proper way to remove and store locking pin of articulated loader from within the cab, a pamphlet on daily maintenance of motor graders, etc. (10 min)

Part 4: Subjects include: water runoff on rural roads, slush and ice buildup on snow removal equipment, road resurfacing; minimizing aggregate loss, use of discarded tires, portable road closed sign display. (10 min)

Part 5: Subjects include: the horrible hard hat, proper tire inflation, safety grams, proper signing, adopt a highway. (11 min)

Part 6: Roadside wildflowers, effective signs, PA-DOT's Roads Scholar Program, safety promotions, etc. (17 min)

Part 7: Curb Scraper, dump truck air foil, timber bridge info., better cylinder wrench, and ideas from Delaware/Chester P.W.A. (10 min)

Part 8: Hard hat medical decals, Montana's maintenance awareness program, welding a fuel tank, mounting a wing plow and development of a wing cart. (10 min)


Wetted Salt, Dow Chemical
Illustrates the added melting power of salt used for snow and ice control if it is pre-wetted with liquid calcium chloride, and the practical concerns for handling and application. (20 min)


Tire Chip Feature, University of Maine
A demonstration of an experiment using tire chips as a road base insulator to protect a highway from frost damage. (5 min)


The Nuts and Bolts of Jolts, Traffic Research Board
Traffic signals and eliminating transient voltage is discussed. (23 min)


Looking Back, John Deere, 1992
This is an excellent video illustrating the need for observing safety procedures on work sites when working near construction equipment. (17 min)


Hydrated Lime - Key to Improved Pavements, National Lime Association
The addition of hydrated lime is shown to improve durability and lower costs of asphalt while providing a more permanent bond. (21 min)


BOMAG: In-Place Recycling
Detailed in-place recycling shown using Bomag equipment and asphalt emulsions. (28 min)


Staying Ahead of the Storm, National Research Council - SHRP
Discusses weather information and prediction systems for highways. Demonstrates that by utilizing these systems, they will reduce chemical usage, provide less disruption to traffic, and provide for a more efficient maintenance effort. (22 min)


Equipment Maintenance: Program and Scheduling, Montana State University
Presents a practical approach to assuring reasonable maintenance for fleet equipment. Highlights need for continuous equipment checks, maintenance done on schedule, and timely repairs. (46 min)


Subdivisions: A Local Dilemma, Montana State University
Presents examples from Montana's cities and towns to illustrate the basic principles and the reasons for proper planning. (30 min)


Partial Depth Patching, Illinois Department of Transportation
Covers the step-by-step procedure for partial depth patching of a flexible pavement, utilizing bituminous patch material. (18 min)


Handling Pesticides Safely-Herbicides, Monsanto
Discusses the use of herbicides as an effective substitute to mowing and the safe handling of chemicals. Comes with a brochure of how to start a spray program. (21 min)


Blading Unpaved Roads, Federal Highway Administration
Shows techniques to correct various problems associated with gravel roads. (22 min)


Flagging Operations, Federal Highway Administration
Shows proper flagging techniques and required equipment. (33 min)


Pavement Management System for Local Administrators, Federal Highway Administration
This tape describes what a pavement management system is, and why and when to use it. This is not a system development program. (18 min)


Seal Coating: A Matter of Science & Skill, Minnesota Department of Transportation
This tape describes the proper setup and application of seal coating operation. (16 min)


Subsurface Utility Engineering, 1990
This video covers planning for locating underground utilities. (13 min)


Soil Stabilization: Selecting a Modifier
The characteristics and suggested uses of lime, lime with fly ash, cement, and bituminous materials and soil stabilizers. (20 min)


Backhoe Operation & The Hazards of Hurry, 1993
This video covers the basic parts and functions of the backhoe, proper pre-use inspection, various operating techniques, proper shut down procedures, and backhoe safety. (41 min)


LP Gas:  Know the Facts, Federal Highway Administration, 1990
Focuses on the proper handling and use of liquefied petroleum gas, proper storage and transportation, leak detection, and inspection. (10 min)




Highway Signing
This is a three part video on highway signing, sign maintenance documentation, and sign management. (41 min)

Part A: Highway Signing

Part B: Sign Maintenance Documentation.

Part C: Sign Management


A New Way to Lift, National Safety Council
Describes a safe and proper procedure for lifting heavy objects helping to minimize back injuries. (8 min)


Shooting Good Video, Federal Lands Highway Division, 1996
This award winning videotape illustrates the proper procedures for making quality video recordings for project documentation or training. (8 min)


Pneumatic Tire Operation
Daily check, start-up and warm-up, basic operation, rolling techniques, and shutdown. (18 min)


Forklift Operation
Reviews forklift operations to include lifting, tilting, and varying the forks' spacing; also covers required daily checks. (21 min)


Work Zone Safety - Legal Liability, Federal Highway Administration
Discusses the legal liability involving work zones. (16 min)


Setting Speed Limits, Vermont LTAP, 1990
Describes background and misconceptions of speed zones and the procedures for determining speed limits on highways and local roads. Components and considerations of a traffic engineering survey are discussed. The adoption of a resolution and the erection of signs for enforcement are also discussed. (10 min)


Local Government on Trial, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, 1995
2 part video describing the trial process. (107 min)

Part 1 - The Deposition: Follows a district engineer through the process of giving a deposition. Outlines the purpose of the deposition and provides some advise for giving depositions. Looks at some of the kinds of questions that may be asked. (17 min)

Part 2 - The Trial: Provides the viewer with a moot civil trial. The trial is based upon a fatal automobile accident on a newly reconstructed section of highway where excessive drop off to the road shoulders was blamed as the cause of the accident by the plaintiff (victim's family). The plaintiff sues the contractor and the township where the road is located. Good video for Local Agency Officials whom may be facing litigation involving a work zone related crash. (90 min)


Geotextiles Installation on Gravel Roads, Oklahoma State University, 1990
Discusses the installation and maintenance of geotextile fabrics on low volume roads. (40 min)


Problems with Gravel Roads, Federal Highway Administration, 1995
3 part video that covers gravel road maintenance. (55 min)

Part 1: Discusses the importance of considering the environmental conditions and the materials available when planning to rework a gravel road.

Part 2: Covers the causes, prevention and correction of problems that occur with gravel roads.

Part 3: Shows maintenance equipment and blading techniques.


Chip Seal Applications, Federal Highway Administration, 1995
3 part video that covers applying chip seals. This is an excellent training or refresher video for those planning a chip seal operation. (40 min)

Part 1: Shows preliminary concerns, materials, equipment, surface preparation, weather requirements, and application rates for chip seal operations.

Part 2: Discusses chip seal procedures, binder application, chip spreading and roller operation.

Part 3: Details chip seal problems that can occur and their solutions.


Asphalt Paving Inspection, Federal Highway Administration
3 part video that covers asphalt paving inspection. (60 min)

Part 1: Preliminary Responsibilities

Part 2: Paving Operation

Part 3: Problems


Sign Maintenance and Installation, Federal Highway Administration, 1995
This video discusses the importance of a good sign maintenance program, proper sign installation, safety practices and record keeping procedures. (27 min)


Bridge Maintenance for Local Road Crews, Vermont LTAP, 1994
This video shows maintenance procedures local road crews can use to keep bridges in good condition. (28 min)


Professional Tree Care Safety: Equipment Safety, National Arborist Association
Safety considerations for use of aerial lifts, stump cutters, tree cranes, chippers and chain saws. How to work with various types of tree care equipment in a manner that reduces injury. Work site traffic control. (28 min)


Maintenance Welding: Welding Safety & Tank Repair, Michigan LTAP Center, 1994
This video covers fire hazards, hazard prevention, extinguishing fires, body and eye protection. The tank repair section explains various non-welding methods of tank repair and the proper procedure for the dangerous task of welding or cutting a tank. (52 min)


Maintenance Welding: Gas Welding/Metal Identification, Michigan LTAP Center, 1994
This video explains the proper maintenance of gas welding equipment (tanks, regulators, hoses, torches) and regular setup. It also demonstrates techniques for cutting various types of metal stock, fusion welding, and brazing. The Metal Identification section demonstrates metal identification using chemicals, flame, or the spark test. (87 min)


Maintenance Welding: Arc Welding, Michigan LTAP Center, 1994
This video explains how an arc welder works (AC and DC), welder setup, and special safety issues (open circuit voltage, ventilation, eye and body protection). It also describes the various electrodes and their uses. (50 min)


Brush Cutter, Delaware Department of Transportation
A brush cutter is used to clear roadsides of brush and excess vegetation. This video covers pre-trip inspection, operating techniques, and shut-down procedures. (13 min)


Roadway Design: Balancing Safety, Environment, and Cost, Minnesota Department of Transportation, 1995
This video focuses on the importance of considering these three factors when constructing or reconstructing a roadway. The objective is to help educate citizens and public officials on issues affecting roadway design, and to demonstrate engineering practices that are useful in achieving this balance. (14 min)


What is Anti-Icing and Anti-Icing for Maintenance Personnel, Federal Highway Administration, 1996
This video explains Anti-Icing Technology, its applications and benefits for highway agencies. Anti-Icing is an additional tool for snow and ice control. (22 min)


Utility Cut Repair: Doing it Right, Minnesota Local Roads Research Board
The objective of this videotape is to increase the quality of workmanship associated with making and repairing utility cuts. The video shows possible causes for failed repairs and procedures used in Minnesota for conducting utility cut repairs. (11 min)


Driving Modern Roundabouts, Washington State Department of Transportation, 2002
This video demonstrates ho to safely maneuver through modern roundabouts. (10 min)


Concrete Rubblization and Asphalt Overlay of I-57, Illinois Department of Transportation
This informative videotape explains the rubblization process and demonstrates its application on an Interstate Highway project. (20 min)


Safety Restoration During Snow Removal Guidelines, Federal Highway Administration
This video provides guidelines to follow to maintain safe conditions during highway snow removal operations. Snow removal situations on bridges, super elevated curves, along guard rails, and at intersections are examined. (25 min)


Your Public Image, Texas Department of Transportation
This is an excellent video detailing the importance of understanding the public's perception of highway employees and ways to improve our public image. (19 min)


Stressing Our Future, Iowa Department of Transportation
This is a good video showing the stresses put on rural roads by agricultural vehicles. (9 min)


Preventive Maintenance, Federal Highway Administration, 2000
The video provides a better understanding of the various factors, such as existing pavement condition and environmental effects, which must be taken into consideration when selecting the proper pavement for preventive maintenance. The tape also provides a general overview of the various preventive maintenance treatment options available for both rigid and flexible pavements. (30 min)


The Importance of Road Drainage, Federal Highway Administration, 1997
The importance of surface and drainage maintenance and the inspection of drainage systems are discussed. Topics also discussed include environmental issues associated with road drainage, federal and state permits and liability for elements of design and maintenance. (19 min)


Using Snow Plows on Motorgraders, Federal Highway Administration, 1997
This video details the correct way to attach snow plows to motorgraders and basic information on using snow plows. Three different types of plows are shown: front single, v plow, and the wing plow (16 min)


Equipment Management Systems, Federal Highway Administration, 1997
Various elements of EMS are discussed including shop management, inventory control, fluid dispensing, and financial control. (18 min)


Smart Moves, Federal Highway Administration, 1996
This video describes intelligent transportation systems and how some local agencies have developed programs to make their transportation systems more user-friendly and efficient. (10 min)


Stop & Think - A Campaign Against Vandalism, Pierce County, WA
This is an excellent video portraying the impact of vandalized traffic signs and controls. The video features two dramatizations depicting safety and liability concerns related to vandalized traffic signs. The costs to taxpayers and an interview with a man involved in taking a stop sign that contributed to a fatal accident are also shown. (11 min)


Train the Trainer - Turning Field Experts into Expert in the Classroom, North Carolina LTAP Center, 1998
This is a good video illustrating teaching techniques to help field experts to become effective instructors and presenters (32 min)


Iowa Snow & Ice Control, Iowa Department of Transportation, 1998
5 part video that covers snow and ice control from Iowa DOT's perspective. (115 min)

Part 1: Introduction to Winter Operations. This video shows different types of snow and ice removal equipment and explains their uses. (12 min)

Part 2: Pre-Season Preparation. This video discusses vehicle and equipment checks and maintenance to perform prior to snow and ice season. (30 min)

Part 3: Equipment Operation. This video discusses pre- and post-storm equipment checks, proper radio procedures and the proper clothing to wear for working outdoors in the winter. (11 min)

Part 4: Snow Plowing Technique. This is a very good video showing proper plowing techniques on two-lane and divided four-lane highways, around islands and curbed medians, and through intersections. (31 min)

Part 5: This is a technical video explaining brine making, anti-icing and deicing practices, and road weather information systems (RWIS). (31 min)


Illinois Adopt-a-Highway, Illinois Department of Transportation, 2006
This video describes the Illinois Adopt-a-Highway program and gives details on what an organization is required to do in order to adopt a highway for clean-up and maintenance. (7 min)


Meth Lab Waste Recognition for Adopt-a-Highway Volunteers, Colorado Department of Transportation, 2004
This video educates Adopt-a-Highway volunteers with the dangers of meth lab waste products that may be encountered during clean up. (8 min)


Storm Water Management Systems, Tri-County Regional Planning Commission, 2004
This video is a brief overview of waste water management; of causes of water pollution; and of ways to avoid water pollution. Also, it describes EPA regulations; NPDES requirements; and program to evaluate and control water pollution. (11 min)


General Administrative Duties of Highway Commissioners Seminar, Illinois Department of Transportation, 2005
This video provides a general overview of the administrative duties of highway commissioners, CDL drug and alcohol testing requirements, and risk management. (65 min)


Pothole Repair: Proven Practices, Minnesota Local Roads Research Board, 1999
This video provides an effective overview of the causes of potholes and repair methods. Guidelines for three repair categories are shown: permanent patching, semi-permanent patching and temporary patching. (14 min)


Bridge Deck Construction in Illinois, Illinois Department of Transportation, 1999
This video provides the viewer with construction techniques to reduce bridge deck cracking caused by improper construction techniques. This is a very good video for construction inspectors, bridge construction personnel, and anyone else who is involved with bridge deck construction. (25 min)


Snow & Ice Control 2002, Illinois Department of Transportation, 2002
6 part video that covers snow and ice control from Illinois DOT's perspective. (59 min)

Part 1: Plows & Blades (11 min)

Part 2: Spreaders & Spinners (7 min)

Part 3: Forecasting & Chemical Application (9 min)

Part 4: Pre-Storm Preparation (14 min)

Part 5: Plowing Techniques (13 min)

Part 6: Post-Storm Clean Up (3 min)


Frost Action in Soils, US Army Corps of Engineers, 1992
Explains what frost damage is and how freezing temperatures and moisture effects the Subgrade, and how it can damage and deteriorate various materials through thawing and freezing cycles. (11 min)


Protect Our Pavement: PREVENTIVE Maintenance, Federal Highway Administration
This video provides information on the advantages of preventative maintenance. (14 min)


Sudden Change in Plans, Iowa Department of Transportation


Highway Work Zone Safety : Traffic Control, Iowa Department of Transportation, 1997
This videotape series has been photographed at operating work zones. The viewers will see examples of good safety practices, as well as actual safety hazards and unsafe working conditions. Each videotape in the series has an accompanying instructor's guide. The first 3 part grouping contains information concerning traffic control. (69 min)

Part 1: Professional Flagging. Flaggers are responsible for the life-or-death safety of everyone who works near traffic. This videotape covers basic principles, basic procedures, and applications for effective and safe flagging. (47 min)

Part 2: Traffic Control Safety. This video shows how to be safe by following some simple, logical procedures for setting up traffic controls. The program also describes the most common kind of work zone accident - the rear-ender. (11 min)

Part 3: One Step from Death. This video shows five accident simulations based on typical safety problems found in highway work zones. (11 min)


Highway Work Zone Safety: Pre-Construction, Iowa Department of Transportation, 1999
This videotape series has been photographed at operating work zones. The viewers will see examples of good safety practices, as well as actual safety hazards and unsafe working conditions. Each videotape in the series has an accompanying instructor's guide. The second 5 part grouping contains information concerning pre-construction safety. (65 min)

Part 1: Utility Safety in Work Zones. This video shows the above and below ground hazards of telecommunications, electric, gas, water, and sewer utilities; the on-site consequences when they are disrupted; and the off-site consequences to those affected by the disruptions. Emphasis on contacting a One Call system (JULIE in Illinois) to help locate underground utility hazards. (14 min)

Part 2: Surveying Safety. This video describes some of the important hazards surveyors face as they work in every phase of construction, from pre-con to post-con, both inside and outside the work zone. (17 min)

Part 3: Loading, Transporting, and Unloading Heavy Equipment. This video shows the special considerations involved with moving equipment too large to be self transported over long distances. Emphasis is on visibility and respect for the size of the equipment. (12 min)

Part 4: Removal/Demolition Safety. This video shows the hazards associated with the demolition and removal of roads, structures, and utilities in preparation for new construction. Emphasis is on personal safety by being knowledgeable about the job, the equipment, and the plan. (11 min)

Part 5: Plant Site Safety. This video covers some of the safety hazards in permanent and portable ACC, PCC, bulk plant, and crushing operations. It shows what to watch out for if you're a pedestrian on the ground, a crane operator, or a truck driver, traveling between the plant and construction sites. (11 min)


Highway Work Zone Safety : Maintenance and Construction, Iowa Department of Transportation, 1999
This videotape series has been photographed at operating work zones. The viewers will see examples of good safety practices, as well as actual safety hazards and unsafe working conditions. Each videotape in the series has an accompanying instructor's guide. The last 4 part grouping contains information concerning maintenance and construction safety. (51 min)

Part 1: Moving Operations/ Maintenance Safety. This video describes a variety of short-term highway operations from snow plowing to patching, from the least dangerous to the most dangerous. It emphasizes awareness of hazards and individual responsibility for safety where standard traffic controls are at a minimum. (13 min)

Part 2: Grading Safety. This video covers some of the safety hazards you'll find on typical grading sites, from clearing and grubbing to final grading. Emphasis is on personal responsibility for safety and awareness of the hazards. (14 min)

Part 3: Paving Safety. This video shows some of the hazards of paving with Portland cement concrete (PCC) and asphalt cement concrete (ACC), including night paving operations. Emphasis is on taking personal responsibility for being aware of the changing hazards during paving operations. (11 min)

Part 4: Structures Safety. This video covers some of the typical hazards around the construction of bridges and culverts, with emphasis on falling, falling objects, and crane hazards. (13 min)


Let's Clean the Air, Chicago Area Transportation Study, 1996
This video highlights the primary causes of ground level ozone and its effects on our quality of life. It includes steps everyone can take to reduce the emissions that lead to ground level ozone. (10 min)


Aesthetic Bridge Rails and Guardrails, Federal Highway Administration, 1991
Alternatives and improvements for aesthetic bridge rails and guardrails. Summarizes the crash testing and special features of concrete bridge rails and guardrails as described in "Summary Report on Aesthetic Bridge Rails and Guardrails" FHWA-SA-91-051. (8 min)


Concrete Bridge Railings: The Modified Three Beam Guardrails - Cable Guardrails, Federal Highway Administration
Covers the AASHTO Design guidelines for bridge railings. Reviews bridge railings tests and designs for all design classifications in accordance with the new AASHTO Guidelines. (14 min)


Cleaning and Clearing of Bridges, Federal Highway Administration
Describes why and how to clean all types of bridges and their components. (13 min)


Concrete Bridge Deck Repair, Federal Highway Administration
Details procedures for permanent repair of partial and full-depth bridge deck holes with cement concrete. Also, proper procedures and proper use of equipment and tools for cutting the concrete, cleaning out the hole. (18 min)


Bridges Unbroken Inspection of Timber Piling, Federal Highway Administration, 1991
This video presents new methods for inspecting timber bridge pilings. (21 min)


A Gift of Value - Value Engineering, Federal Highway Administration, 1987
Presents the six steps of Value Engineering. (9 min)


Breakaway Timber Utility Poles, Federal Highway Administration, 1989
Shows crash test results and actual installation by a utility crew of the breakaway apparatus. (15 min)


Testing and Field Inspection of Roadway Delineation, Federal Highway Administration, 1992
Inspection points important to surface markings; and other types of delineation: signs, object markers. (36 min)


Traffic Signal Systems-Go For The Green, Federal Highway Administration
Demonstrates the need for proper traffic signalization and installation. Describes design, installation, operation and maintenance of state-of-the art signal control. (28 min)


Pedestrian Safety: What you Can Do, Federal Highway Administration
Discusses designing safer pedestrian walkways and the Walk Alert Program. (9 min)


Common Maintenance Problems/Corrections, Federal Highway Administration, 1985
Identifies main causes of most road maintenance problems, discusses importance of doing maintenance tasks correctly. (20 min)


Caution, Litigation Ahead: The Road to Effective Risk Management, Federal Highway Administration
This video explains how planning, organization, and training for safety can reduce tort liability. (25 min)


Reshaping Earth and Gravel Shoulders, Federal Highway Administration, 1988
This video shows the proper procedures for reshaping earth and gravel shoulders to correct shoulder drop-off, rutting, buildup of materials, and excessive weed growth to maintain a safe shoulder. (16 min)


Base and Sub-base Repair, Federal Highway Administration, 1988
This video shows a procedure for repair of base and sub-base that will save money and insure longer-lasting repairs. It covers materials and equipment needed. (16 min)


Walk, Federal Highway Administration
This video explains the importance of and shows how to plan for pedestrian traffic and safety. (13 min)


Utility Cuts in Paved Roads, Federal Highway Administration, 1995
This is a very good video detailing the utility cut operation from the importance of communication among interested parties during the planning stage to finished pavement repair. (41 min)


Training: The Obscured Advantage, Federal Highway Administration, 1996
This is an excellent video detailing the benefits of training for the agency, the supervisors and the work crews. This video is a must see for supervisors. (6 min)


The Diamond Advantage in Highway Grinding, International Grooving and Grinding Association, 1993
This video demonstrates the cost and safety benefits of Diamond grinding. (10 min)


Bituminous Seal Coat, Washington Department of Transportation
Preliminary checks and equipment. Surface preparation and tack coats. Delivery of hot mix paving, compaction, and final product acceptance. (16 min)


Bridge Evaluation and Posting, Federal Highway Administration, 1993
This video consists of  Bridge Components and Inspection Standards, Bridge Deficiencies and Deterioration, Forces and Material Properties Affecting Strength, Bridge, Posting and Permitting Process, and Bridge Management. This is a very good video for evaluating bridges and explaining the bridge posting process. (38 min)


Fit To Be Tied: Retrofitting PCC Pavement with Dowel Bars, Dowel Bar Insertion for Load Transfer at Mid Panel Crack, Retrofitted Load Transfer Devices, Federal Highway Administration, 1997
This video illustrates cost effective techniques for installing dowel bars in PCC pavements. (52 min)


Mechanical Cleaning of Unlined Ditches, Federal Highway Administration, 1985
This is a very good video illustrating ditch cleaning using a motorgrader and a grade all (backhoe). The tape defines the four principles features of a ditch and their functions. It illustrates set-up, ditch cleaning operations and reestablishing positive drainage. (20 min)


The New Generation of Snow and Ice Control, Federal Highway Administration, 1998
This video compares two agencies during snow and ice control. One agency uses conventional snow and ice control methods and the other uses new Road Weather Information Systems and Anti-Icing Technology. The differences in service and costs are compared. (7 min)


Air Quality Conformity in Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, 1998
types of air pollution in general and specifically transportation related air pollutants. Emphasizes compliance with the State Air Pollution Control Plan and how under compliance can impact federal funding for transportation related projects. Good video for urban transportation planners in major metropolitan areas. (20 min)


FHWA Emergency Relief Program, Federal Highway Administration, 2000
Provides step by step procedures to follow in repairing damage to federal aid highways. Discusses eligibility procedures, including Gubernatorial Proclamation.  Explains procedures in emergency or permanent repairs.  Assessment of damages, eligibility in permanent and or emergency repairs, explains items that are covered by ER funds and items that are not.  Explains detailed damage reports, Quick Relief method for catastrophic damage. (41 min)

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Part 2


Stockpile Recovery to Minimize Segregation, Federal Highway Administration, 1999
video shows how aggregates should be stockpiled to reduce segregation. (8 min)


Comparable Concepts for Replacement Housing, Federal Highway Administration, 2001
This video covers how homes and business' are evaluated when being bought for right of way.  Explains how homes are evaluated and compared according to space and value. Also covers other factors such as location factors and assessments.  Also covers relocations of business, and what is paid out for relocation and what will be reimbursed to business. (25 min)


Making the Effort Works: Reducing Utility Delays During  Construction, Federal Highway Administration, 2002
Showing you how the utility companies and DOT's are working together to ensure fast, efficient, and least expensive work as possible. (19 min)


Night Lights: How Retroreflectivity Makes Our Roads Safer, Federal Highway Administration, 2002
This video explains what is, what materials are used in the construction of signs, and their value to the driver in bad weather, also discusses updating and sign maintenance. (14 min)


Effective Pavement Preservation by Identifying Distress Conditions, Causes and Cures, Federal Highway Administration, 2002
This video provides a brief description of HMA and PCC pavement distresses.  It also provides possible cures for each type of distress. (18 min)


It's About Time.. Traffic Signal Management: Cost Effective Street Capacity, Federal Highway Administration
This video discusses traffic movement and ways to improve flow by using existing equipment, or updating equipment to improve traffic flow which may also cure commuting problems such as road rage, traffic accidents and congestion.  Timing of traffic lights of lane additions are also options which are also discussed in the video. (13 min)


The Clark Bridge and Price Lock, Illinois Department of Transportation, 1994
This video shows the construction of the New Clark Cable Stayed Bridge and the Price Lock and Dam in Alton, IL. (64 min)


Old Clark Bridge Demolition, Illinois Department of Transportation
This video gives the history of the Old Clark Bridge over the Mississippi River at Alton, Illinois from its planning in 1803 to demolition in 1994. (18 min)


Modified Rock Spreader, Illinois Department of Transportation, 1995 (no audio)
Demonstrates a rock spreader attached to a motorgrader for applying rock to raise shoulder drop offs. (20 min)


Give ‘em a Brake: Highway Work Zone Safety, Illinois Department of Transportation
A IDOT presentation of the Give ‘em a Brake Program aimed at public audiences. (14 min)


The Kennedy Ex Reversible Gate System, Illinois Department of Transportation, 1995
Shows the operation of the reversible lane gate system on Chicago's Kennedy Expressway. (3 min)


Ralumac I-474 Over Illinois River at Peoria, Illinois Department of Transportation
This video is a microsurfacing demonstration under the trade name Ralumac over the Illinois River at Peoria, IL. (7 min)


Half-Smart Project US 36 Douglas County, Illinois Department of Transportation
A one lift asphalt application with seal coat under the "Surface Maintenance At the Right Time" guidelines is demonstrated. (8 min)


Full Containment Bridge Painting, Illinois Department of Transportation
A demonstration video on full containment bridge painting. (13 min)


IDOT Aerial Surveys Section, Illinois Department of Transportation
Details the activities of the IDOT Aerial Survey section. (19 min)


IDOT Bridges to Your Future, Illinois Department of Transportation
This tape describes the career opportunities offered at the Illinois DOT and discusses the Co-Op Program. (23 min)


Paths of Thunder - Safety at Railroad Crossings
Discusses safe driving practices and the use of common sense when negotiating railroad crossings. (20 min)


European Concrete Pavement: Michigan Paves the Way, Michigan Department of Transportation, 1994
Michigan follows European techniques of constructing better concrete pavements. (16 min)


Bituminous Paving Inspection, Michigan Department of Transportation, 1991
5 part video that discussed bituminous paving inspection. (151 min)

Part 1: Overview. Part one focuses on the basic information on bituminous paving and on the specific requirements for the different types of equipment used. (30 min)

Part 2: Preparations. This part looks at surface repair work and other paving preparations, such as traffic control, joint and crack repair, and bond coat applications. (34 min)

Part 3: Operations. Paving operations, mix delivery, pavement courses, paving inspections, inspections and other topics are covered in part three. (31 min)

Part 4: Rolling. This part concentrates on joint construction, compaction requirements, rolling principles and procedures, density control, final surface checks and pavement markings. (31 min)

Part 5: Rubblization. This part covers preparations for rubblizing, the materials and equipment used, and the construction steps and related inspection concerns, and the measuring and documentation of the work. (25 min)


Good Highway Winter Maintenance/ Risk Management, Salt Institute, 1995
This video shows the need for a highway winter maintenance program and its relation to risk management. (9 min)


The Snowfighters, Salt Institute, 1995
This video contains updated information on cost vs. benefits of salt as a highway deicer, maintenance and winter preparation, spreader calibration, snowfighting techniques and more. (21 min)


Making Safer Roads, Insurance Institute, 1995
This video explains the importance of roadside safety and how to spot potential roadside hazards before they are involved in an accident. (12 min)


Accessible Sidewalks: Design Issues for Pedestrians with Disabilities, U.S. Access Board, 2003
4 part video that shows ways to accommodate pedestrians with disabilities. (41 min)

Part 1:    Design Issues for Pedestrians Who Use Wheel Chairs (10 min)

Part 2: Design Issues for Pedestrians with Ambulatory Impairments (8 min)

Part 3: Design Issues for Pedestrians with Low Vision (12 min)

Part 4: Design Issues for Pedestrians Who Are Blind (11 min)


Road Repair: Do the Right Thing at the Right Time, Minnesota Department of Transportation, 1991
How preventive road repair can save money compared to postponing work when it will cost more. (20 min)


Asphalt Crack Treatment, Minnesota Department of Transportation, 1992
This video demonstrated how crack sealing can prolong asphalt pavement life. (15 min)


Weather and Loads: The Effect They Have on Roads, Minnesota Local Roads Research Board, 1991
Provides a basic education in "lay terms" and illustrations on the effects of loads and weather on road pavements. Shows how roads function and wear over time. (17 min)


Traffic Control: What Works, Minnesota Local Roads Research Board, 1996
This video offers information on how public officials develop reasonable, research-based traffic control strategies and choose traffic control devises. It explains why officials should arrive at a systematic and system-wide traffic control policy and should then establish a track record of following that policy. (14 min)






Chain Saw Selection, Maintenance, Use and Safety, National Arborist Association, 1991
This is a thorough video showing safety aspects of selection, maintenance and operation of a chain saw. (31 min)


Underground Safety - Trench Shoring, National Safety Council, 1989
Reviews several types of shoring and provides rules for their correct use. (10 min)


New Hampshire Public Works Mutual Aid Program, New Hampshire Public Works, 2002
This video explains how local agencies can work together when a disaster strikes. A mutual aid program ensures that public safety is restored quickly and effectively. (12 min)


Breakaway Sign Program, New Jersey Department of Transportation
Overview of the breakaway sign system that was established in the 1970's. Discusses and shows components of the sign supports, assembly and installation details, crash tests, and repair procedures following collision damage. (12 min)


In-SITU Cold Recycling, New Mexico Department of Transportation
Describes cold recycling method used by the New Mexico DOT. (12 min)


Maintaining Asphalt Roads Blade Patching, New Mexico Department of Transportation
Illustrates the process of blade patching. Process involves cleaning and preparing surface to be patched; laying material; lifts; tapers, compaction; and final rolling and clean-up. (55 min)


Erosion & Sediment Control Procedures and Practices for Construction Sites, Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, 1993
Demonstrates practices and procedures to follow at construction sites to control erosion and sediment. (18 min)


Coordinated Signal Data Acquisition and Playback System, Ohio Department of Transportation, 1991
This video discusses the Coordinated Data Acquisition and Playback System for traffic signals. (28 min)


Bridge Deck Repair, Oklahoma Department of Transportation, 1981
A hole in a concrete bridge deck is repaired from the travel surface by using a form hanger technique. (9 min)


Fabric Forms for Erosion Control, Oklahoma Department of Transportation, 1980
This video shows uses for geotextile fabric forms in erosion control. (15 min)




Timber Bridge #2, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Shows how modern timber bridges can be installed by local construction firms or municipal employees at lower cost and in less time than traditional bridge construction. (28 min)


Hazardous Material: Design, Construction, Maintenance, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Hazardous materials encountered in different areas of highway construction and how to protect yourself and others. (63 min)


Surface Treatment, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
A presentation on chip sealing. Includes information on emulsified asphalt properties, proper distributor oil temperature, spray bar height and operation, and rock spreading. (20 min)


Field Testing Concrete, Washington Department of Transportation
Organized in three parts: preparation, sampling, and testing; slump test and casting cylinders; air content. (34 min)


Modern Timber Bridges, Rhode Island LTAP
This video chronicles the construction of a demonstration timber bridge in Foster, Rhode Island. It also outlines the benefits of building timber bridges. (16 min)


Bridge Deck Overlays, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
Explains the bridge deck overlays in four major parts: deck condition, materials, surface preparation and overlay placement. (20 min)


Concrete Bridge Protection, Repair, and Rehabilitation, Strategic Highway Research
Examines existing repair techniques and development of new techniques. New techniques on retaining much existing salt contaminated concrete in place. The product of this research is a field guide. (5 min)


Finding Better Ways, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
of SHRP's Research in four of the most common maintenance activities: pothole repair, spall repairs, crack sealing, and joint filling and sealing. These activities are presented in terms of extending repair life, speeding up repair time, and reducing motorist delay. (19 min)


Technical Advancements for Maintenance Workers, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
SHRP projects aimed at improving maintenance operations. (15 min)


Asphalt Pavements that Perform, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
This videotape briefly describes the advanced asphalt pavement technique "SUPERPAVE." This method incorporates: 1) performance based specifications, 2)new test methods, 3)computerized mixed design system. (5 min)


Alkali-Silica Testing, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
Discusses Alkali-Silica reactivity (ASR) as a major cause of cracking in concrete. The tape contains the conventional and new methods of determination, prevention and testing of ASR. (21 min)


Concrete Pavement Overlays, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
General information and steps for constructing concrete overlay including design consideration, pre-overlay repairs, surface preparation, concrete placement and curing, joint sawing and sealing. (22 min)


Early Opening of Full Depth Concrete Repair, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
This tape explains the major considerations of early opening of full-depth concrete repairs. Planning, scheduling and evaluating work was also discussed. (10 min)


Full Depth Repair of Jointed Concrete Pavements, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
Five major topics relating to repair of jointed concrete pavement: distress requiring full depth repair, field survey, transverse joint design, materials and repair procedures. (18 min)


Introduction to Rehabilitation of Highway Concrete, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
This is the first of a five tape series about rehabilitation of highway concrete. It introduces five activities: partial-depth repairs, full repairs, full slab replacement, concrete overlays on existing pavement and overlaying bridge decks. (11 min)


Partial Depth Repair of Concrete Pavement, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
Explains the materials and repair process of partial-depth repair of concrete pavement. (15 min)


Quality Control of Concrete on Site, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
4 Part Video. This video deals with Quality Control at the construction site. (59 min)

Part 1: Tests include sampling, temperature, and slump.

Part 2: Tests include air content, unit weight, cylinders and beams for subsequent tests.

Part 3 and Part 4: New quality control tests for two categories: "as delivered concrete" (water content, thermal effects, evaluation) and "as placed concrete" (maturity monitoring, temperature-matched curing, pulse velocity testing, nuclear density testing).


New Work Zone Safety Devices, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
This Video program is designed for the safety of workers in work zone areas. It discusses various safety equipment such as Warning Devices, Pothole Speed Bumps, Delineation Devices, Lighting Devices and Signal Flagging Devices. (17 min)


Freeze-Thaw Testing, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
Discusses causes and prevention of freezing the concrete pavement in addition to conventional and new testing (25 min)


Effective Snow Fences, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
Tells the important procedures to be followed during snow storms in order to provide better and safe movement to traffic. Also shows the proper storage of salt and the role of salt during snow storms. (21 min)


Plows of the Future, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
The innovations in snow plow design for better visibility, control and energy savings. (8 min)


AASHTO 1991 Technology Transfer Fair, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
This video tape describes research products exhibited at AASHTO'S fair in Milwaukee. Major topics covered include worker safety, snow and ice control, highway maintenance, concrete, and asphalt. (59 min)


SHRP Innovations Snow and Ice Control, Strategic Highway Research Program, 1994
This video provides an overview of SHRP products developed to improve snow and ice control effectiveness and safety. It includes equipment ideas, weather information systems, and snow and ice control materials and methods. (13 min)


Mailboxes May be Hazardous to Your Health, Texas Department of Transportation
Examples of acceptable supports for single and multiple box installations. Crash tests illustrate the dangers of many typical installations (14 min)


Causes of the Failures of the Failures of the Big Sioux Bridge, United States Department of Transportation
This video examines the reasons behind the collapse of the Big Sioux Bridge over the Missouri River in 1962. (33 min)


Getting Your Message Out: Evaluating Public Awareness of Transportation Issues, United States Department of Transportation, 1998
of how our transportation system affects the country.  How to create positive public relations, and creating a communications plan for the public.  Discusses how to work with the media, and establishing credibility with media. Emphasizes the importance of using credible spokespeople to explain transportation policies.  Also covers promoting public service announcements to get messages out with greater success. (19 min)


Oakwood Bottoms-Take Wing With Us (Shawnee National Forest), United States Forest Service, 1996
Oakwood Bottoms is the northernmost bottomland hardwood forest in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. It is located in the southwest region of the Shawnee National Forest two miles east of the Mississippi River and adjacent to the Big Muddy River. It has been restored to mimic the natural way the area would have evolved if man-made levees had not been constructed to preserve privately owned land. (16 min)


White Gold, United States Forest Service, 1998
This video illustrates a low cost method for fabrication of timber decks over steel girders using methods developed by John Smelen, County Engineer for Ashtabula Co., Ohio. (25 min)


Prefabricated Timber Bridge Deck Panels, United States Forest Service, 1998
This video illustrates a low cost method for fabrication of timber decks over steel girders using methods developed by John Smelen, County Engineer for Ashtabula Co., Ohio. (10 min)


Earth & Gravel Road Maintenance, United States Forest Service
5 Part Series (84 min)

Part 1: Forest Roads and the Environment: This tape provides information on how to keep in mind of the environment when repairing or maintaining environmental or low volume roads.  Can be applied to local roads and streets.

Part 2: Reading the Traveled Way: Explains the different types of problems that occur on the roads and what you can do about them, such as potholes, destroyed road templates, scour, loss of surfacing, damage to bridges, damage to fords, etc...

Part 3: Reading Beyond the Traveled Way: Informs you how to properly identify problems pertaining to the environmental road and how to safely repair gullies, cracks and slumps, roadside ditch, etc...

Part 4: Smoothing and Reshaping the Traveled Way: Properly explains how to smooth or reshape crowned, insloped, outsloped, and transition roads while keeping their shape.

Part 5: Maintaining the Ditch and Surface Cross Drains: Shows you how to maintain ditches and cross drain, as well as shows you how to make water bars and why they are essential to the environmental and local roadways.


Patch PCC with PCC, Utah Department of Transportation
Demonstrates the steps involved in patching PCC with PCC. (33 min)


Evaluation of Longitudinal Joint Sealant, Illinois Department of Transportation, 2003
This video demonstrates 2 types of joint sealant that IL DOT's Bureau of Materials & Physical Research (BMPR) evaluated to reduce longitudinal joint degradation. (10 min)


Detectable Warnings on Walking Surfaces, Stampcrete, 2003
This video details manufacturer's recommended construction practices for installing truncated domes to comply with ADA requirements using specialized concrete stamping process. (7 min)


Recommended Use of Recycled Asphalt Pavement in the Superpave Mix Design Method, North Central Superpave Center, 2003
This video outlines RAP usage in superpave mixes. The recommendations are based on NCHRP studies conducted by the North Central Superpave Center. (12 min)

V184 Meth Labs: California's Hidden Danger, California Department of Justice, 2001
This video was prepared to introduce individuals to the dangers of Meth Labs by making them aware of what to look for and how they could possibly be harmed by the gases and residue of left over chemicals used in processing methamphetamines. This video also explains how Meth Labs in the local area can be discovered by the ability to identify the waste being dumped. Methamphetamine labs have been found in parks, cars, hotels, and even in picnic baskets. This video will assist emergency personnel in identifying potential dangers when responding to emergency calls. (18 min)

V185 (Spanish)

Flagger Training for Highway Construction, North Carolina Department of Transportation, 2003
Flagger training for Highway & Construction Employees, newest video for training purposes. (35 min)
V186 Ice Age: Meth Across America, Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training, 2005
This one-hour training documentary focuses on how the illegal manufacturing, use, abuse and trafficking of methamphetamine wreaked havoc on this quiet county in the Panhandle. Video shows how to identify meth users. (60 min)
V187 Gravel Road Maintenance: Meeting the Challenge, Minnesota LTAP, 2006
This video details grader operation, preparing surfaces, and dealing with
situations of improperly prepared roads. It also discusses reoccurring problems.
V188 Dangerous Travelers: Controlling Invasive Species Along America's Roadways, San Dimas Technology and Development Center, 2006
This video covers the best management practices to assist road maintenance crews in controlling the rapid spread of invasive plants. Items highlighted include plant identification, inventory systems, mapping, mechanical removal, herbicide treatments, weed free products, maintenance techniques, and cleaning of equipment.
V189 The First 50 Years
This 12 minute presentation highlights and celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Federal Highway Act signed in 1956 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.  Highlights include Eisenhower's 1919 Army convoy across the country, which brought forward the need for a national defense highway system.  Also highlighted are the various changes the highway system has undergone over the years as well as the importance of one of the first pavement testing sites in Ottawa, Illinois.
V190 Highway Safety and Trees: The Delicate Balance, FHWA, 2006
This video discusses proper location of trees along roadways to avoid vehicle collisions and proper types of trees to be planted .
V191 Sand & Salt Spreader Calibration, Bay State Roads & Massachusetts LTAP, 2006
This video shows how to properly calibrate spreaders for proper use so drivers can get the most mileage per load when salting and sanding. (13 min)
V192 Best Defense is a Good Road, Cornell Local Roads Program
This video shows how lawsuits can be minimized through good management, proper record keeping, and routine inspection by local roads officials. A court scene presents a road superintendent who is accused of being negligent in repairing a damaged road sign but is found innocent because of proper management and documentation.
V193 Accessible Sidewalks - Design Issues for Pedestrians with Disabilities, U.S. Access Board
Accessible Sidewalks is a four-part video developed by the Access Board to illustrate access issues and considerations in the design of sidewalks. The series covers access for pedestrians with mobility impairments, including those who use wheelchairs, and pedestrians who are blind or have low vision.  4 Part Series (45 min)

Part 1: Design Issues for Pedestrians who use Wheelchairs.

Part 2: Design Issues for Pedestrians with Ambulatory Impairments.

Part 3: Design Issues for Pedestrians with Low Vision.

Part 4: Design Issues for Pedestrians Who Are Blind.


V194 New Run-Off-Road/Rumble Strip, Roadway Safety Foundation, South Carolina DOT, 2010
The Roadway Safety Foundation in conjunction with the South Carolina DOT has launched a safety public education campaign called Recognize, React, Recover: Using Rumble strips to Prevent Run-off-the-Road Crashes, A new DVD details the benefits of rumble strips in preventing run-off-the-road crashes.
V195 Operators Pre-Start Motor Grader Inspection, Texas Engineering Extension Service, 2010
Motor graders are routinely use by county/city road agencies. This training video focuses on the operator's pre-start inspection (sometimes referred to as a pre-start "walk-around") of the motor grader.

This video reflects the observations and opinions expressed by several very experienced personnel, based on the knowledge they gained through years of hands-on experience. It is our goal in distributing this video to share their collective expertise to benefit productivity and safety of county/city road agencies.

The information presented in this video is meant only as a training aid and does not cover all the different aspects of operating and inspecting a motor grader. We recognize that counties and cities operate motor graders made by a variety of manufacturers, and it's important to consult your local vendor about any specific operation or inspection questions you may have. This video presents generic information and it is important to follow the specific instructions, operator's manual and information provided by the manufacturer of the equipment.

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