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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ Transportation Curriculum Coordination Council or TC3 recently launched a just-in-time or JIT video library, featuring more than 60 free videos in four broad categories: construction, maintenance, materials, plus traffic and safety.

Those videos, which can be accessed at any time via TC3’s YouTube channel, share information on a range of topics, from test procedures and field inspection protocols to maintenance best practices and more.

While all of TC3’s videos were provided by state agencies and while they may include some state-specific verbiage, the council said it reviewed all of the video content to ensure it is “beneficial” to all technical staff involved in highway operations, regardless of geographic location.

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