Attitudes Concerning Two-way and One-way Frontage Roads
Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University System, 1988 - Frontage roads - 97 pages
This report presents the results of an attitude survey concerning one-way and two-way freeway frontage roads. This research was part of a two-year study for developing warrants for conversion from two-way to one-way frontage roads. Interviews were conducted with 121 individuals in 15 different small and medium-sized cities in Texas. All of the 15 cities have freeways with two-way or one-way frontage roads. The results of the attitude survey showed that the increased safety associated with one-way frontage roads is universally recognized by all interest groups. Operational considerations, such as capacity, are much less understood.
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17 Converted Agree Agree Opinion Agree Don't Know Agree Opinion Disagree change to one-way Chi-square test city council members confidence limits Converted to one-way Council & Staff description Agree Agree Developers & Appraisers Disagree Disagree Totals Disagree or Strongly Disagree Strongly Agree Disagree Total Proportion favor favor favoring two-way freeway frontage roads Frontage road Strongly Group Agree Disagree independent of response interviews Know Disagree Disagree limits on proportion Observed Frequency one-way frontage roads one-way operation one-way traffic Opinion Disagree Disagree Opinion Disagree Strongly Opinion Disagree Total Opinion Strongly description Owners/Mgrs proportion agreeing relationship between responses response group responses and response Responses are independent road to one-way roads are two-way roads in urban SDHPT significance level statistically significant relationship Strongly description Agree Strongly Group Agree Strongly No Opinion Strongly No Strongly Texas Transportation Institute Theoretical Frequency THO-HAY Total Proportion Council traffic engineering guidelines two-way frontage roads two-way to one-way