For more than 50 years, the Local Road Research Board (LRRB) has brought important developments to transportation engineers throughout Minnesota. Those developments range from new ways to determine pavement strength to innovative methods for engaging the public. Today, the LRRB remains true to its important mission: supporting and sharing the latest transportation research applications with the state’s city and county engineers.
What’s With All the Potholes?
- Why do roads go bad, and why aren't they fixed immediately? This LRRB video, featuring Don Shelby and local transportation officials, explains the reasons roads deteriorate and why the worst roads aren’t necessarily fixed first. See the video in the inset screen below, or click here to watch the video on You Tube.
- May 23, 2014
New LRRB At-A-Glance Report
- Every year the Local Road Research Board publishes a summary of completed reports and active projects, and describes the LRRB’s goals and resources. The LRRB At-a-Glance Report for FY2013 is now available. It marks 55 years of collaboration among Minnesota’s city and county transportation agencies to support research that improves our transportation infrastructure, enhances highway safety and integrates the local road system into communities.
- January 7, 2014
New Work Zone Safety Videos
- The Local Road Research Board recently produced a pair of new work zone safety videos. Click on the links below, or browse these and other videos on the LRRB Resources page.
- October 15, 2013