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NJDOT prefers to use the working stress method, in accordance with the AASHTO
Standard
Specifications for Highway Bridges, but now allows the use of the AASHTO LRFD
specifications with permission.






"Gilligan" <littlebuddy(--nospam--at)bytheshore.com> on 10/22/99 12:21:20 AM

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Subject:  AASHTO and ultimate stress conc. design



My office is working on a bridge project governed by the State of NJ and AASHTO.
Reviewing agency has stated that working stress concrete design is required by
AASHTO/NJDOT. Can anyone verify if this is the case. Thanks.
My office is working on a bridge project governed by the State of NJ and AASHTO.  Reviewing agency has stated that working stress concrete design is required by AASHTO/NJDOT. Can anyone verify if this is the case. Thanks.