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Matt Hunkler and Dan Rhine survey on U.S. 23, "The Ohio Test Road."

The Ohio Research Institute for Transportation and the Environment (ORITE) offers a multidisciplinary approach to solving environmental and transportation problems, which is vital to the economic and ecological future of the nation. 

Founded in 1987, the institute conducts more than $5 million in government and industry-supported research. ORITE operates cutting-edge research facilities including the Accelerated Pavement Load Facility and adjacent National Asphalt Laboratory, the Safety and Human Factors facility which includes a driving simulator, and the Center for Pipe and Underground Structures (CPUS). ORITE also develops and sponsors workshops, conferences, and other technology-transfer efforts.

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Athens, OH 45701-2979
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