Every Day Counts Innovation Initiatives - Request for Information
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The FHWA aims to hear from state, local and industry partners regarding ideas for accelerated deployment of tested processes or strategies that carry the potential to provide efficiencies and improvements in all levels of the transportation system.

The Every Day Counts Innovation Initiatives will focus on two pillars of innovation, specifically Accelerating Technology and Shortening Project Delivery.

In the process of identifying the innovations under such pillars, the FHWA will consider the technology's impact, readiness, affordability, urgency and scale.

Any state, local government and industry partners including non-profit and for-profit organizations are eligible to participate in the Every Day Counts Innovation Initiatives project as long as they are capable of providing credible information that is essential in the success of the project.

The Department of Transportation (DOT), the mother agency that is funding the Every Day Counts Innovation Initiatives project, is the federal government agency's leading agency that is concerned with the nation's transportation.

The mission of the DOT is to "serve the United States by ensuring a fast, safe, efficient, accessible, and convenient transportation system that meets our vital national interests and enhances the quality of life of the American people, today and into the future."

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