The Kentucky Transportation Center has published many reports addressing a variety of transportation issues and problems. Research reports describe the methodology and results for KTC research projects.
Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report has different titles over the years:
- Highway Materials Research Laboratory Research Report: 1939-1966
- Kentucky Department of Highways Research Report: 1967-1975
- Kentucky Department of Transportation Research Report: 1976-1980
- Kentucky Transportation Research Program Research Report: 1981-1988
- Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report: 1988 to present
Submissions from 1951
Progress Report on Experimental Jointing Installations for Concrete Pavements, S. T. Collier
Evaluation of Plant Mix Surface Treatments, William B. Drake
Observations on Seal Coats, Tack Coats and Penetration Macadam Construction in 1950, William B. Drake
Report No. 3 on a Concrete Pavement Without Transverse Joints, William B. Drake
Observation on Seal Coats, Tack Coats, Penetration Macadam, and Blade Spread Hot Mix in 1951, William B. Drake, Harvey J. Field Jr., and S. T. Collier
Proposed Specification Class I, Type C and Blade Spreading Hot Mixes, L. E. Gregg
Report of an Inspection of Pavement Construction on the New Jersey Turnpike, L. E. Gregg
Clay Mineralogy and Soil Stabilization, James H. Havens and William A. Goodwin
Field and Laboratory Evaluation of Roadside Sign Surfacing Materials, James H. Havens and Allie C. Peed Jr.
Spherical Lens Optics Applied to Retro-Directive Reflection, James H. Havens and Allie C. Peed Jr.
Vibratory Compaction of Base Courses, Kentucky Highway Materials Research Laboratory
Comparative Study of the Physical Properties of Traffic Paints, A. C. Peed Jr.
Geologic Considerations in Relation to a Materials Survey, James L. Young Jr. and L. E. Gregg
Submissions from 1950
Determination of Unit Weights of Aggregates in the Laboratory and at the Source, S. T. Collier
Supplemental Report on Unit Weight of Aggregates, S. T. Collier
An Installation of an Experimental Joint for Concrete Pavements, Harvey J. Field Jr.
Measurement of Surface Irregularities and Riding Qualities of High Type Bituminous Pavements, Harvey J. Field Jr.
A Survey of Acidity in Drainage Waters and the Condition of Highway Drainage Installations, James H. Havens, James L. Young Jr., and Harvey J. Field Jr.
B.P.R. Project on Correlation of Truck Traffic and Pavement Conditions, Kentucky Highway Materials Research Laboratory
Prefabricated Neoprene Joint Sealer, A. C. Peed Jr.
Submissions from 1949
Investigation of Field and Laboratory Methods for Evaluating Subgrade Support in the Design of Highway Flexible Pavements, Robert F. Baker and William B. Drake
An Examination of Equipment for Preventing Segregation in Storage of Coarse Aggregates, S. T. Collier
Cooperative Investigation of Joint Spacing in Concrete Pavements, S. T. Collier
Concrete Pavement without Transverse Joints, William B. Drake