Transportation

  Posted on: Tuesday, July 23, 2019
SDSU researchers part of new national transportation center
SDState.edu, by: Christie Delfanian, July 11, 2019
South Dakota State University researchers will develop innovative techniques to repair and construct bridges and roadways through a new U.S. Department of Transportation-funded research center, according to Mostafa Tazarv, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering.

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