The initiative uses 23 key inspection program areas derived from the National Bridge Inspection Standards that will help FHWA identify improvement opportunities in each State and provide for more consistency in oversight nationwide.
What does NBIS stand for?
NBIS stands for National Bridge Inspection Standards
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We have 15 other meanings of NBIS in our Acronym Attic
- Neutron Beam Instruments Project (Australia)
- Non-Binding Investment Principle (est. 1994; Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation)
- National Black Independent Political Party (established 1980)
- NetBIOS over IPX
- Narrow-Band Interference Rejection
- National Breast Implant Registry (est. 1993)
- Net Benefit-Investment Ratio
- National Brain Injury Research Treatment and Training (foundation; North Carolina)
- Narrowband Interference Suppression
- National Biosurveillance Integration System
- NationsBuilders Insurance Services, Inc. (various locations)
- Negative Binomial Importance Sampling
- Network for Business Innovation & Sustainability (Kirkland, Washington)
- Network-Based Information Systems (conference)
- New Boston Independent School District (New Boston, TX)
- New Braunfels Independent School District (Texas)
- Nikolaus Betzler Information Technology
- Narrowband Interface Unit
- Narodne Banke Jugoslavije (Serbian: National Bank of Yugoslavia)
- Nashville Business Journal (Tennessee)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) requires biennial safety inspections for bridges longer than 6.
The requirements for periodic inspection of all bridges on public roads are well established and codified in regulations within the National Bridge inspection Standards (NBIS).
The National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) require that transportation agencies use quality control and quality assurance procedures to maintain accuracy and consistency in their bridge inspection programs.
The National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS), in place since the early 1970s, require biennial safety inspections for highway bridges longer than 6.
The collapse, which spilled rush-hour vehicles into the Ohio River and killed 46, resulted in FHWA's establishment of the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) and National Bridge Inspection Program (NBIP) in 1970.
RELATED ARTICLE: Ratings History Before the CoRe model came online, bridge managers used data based on the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) to help make decisions.