Safe and Aesthetic Design of Urban Roadside Treatments
Transportation Research Board, Jan 1, 2008 - Roadside improvement - 64 pages
TRB┐s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 612: Safe and Aesthetic Design of Urban Roadside Treatments explores recommended design guidelines for safe and aesthetic roadside treatments in urban areas. The report also examines a toolbox of roadside treatments designed to balance pedestrian, bicyclist, and motorist safety and mobility.
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Examining Roadside Safety in Urban Environments
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AASHTO arterial breakaway buffer strip channelization islands clear zone Cobb County collisions common County crash data crash frequency crash locations crash severity crash trends crashes occurred curb extensions curb face delineation drivers driveways enhance errant vehicles evaluated fatal crashes fixed objects fixed-object crashes gateway treatments guardrail Highway horizontal curve identified impact improve included intersections islands km/h landscaping lane edge lane merge lateral offset mailboxes ment minimize motor vehicle on-street parking pedestrian refuge percent recommended Reduce research team result rigid objects roadside configurations roadside crashes Roadside Design Guide roadside features roadside hazards roadside objects roadside safety roadside treatments rollover rumble strips run-off-road crashes safety barriers shoulder width sidewalk sight distance specific speed reduction Stobie pole Strategy summary street furniture street trees study corridors Table traffic calming transition Transportation travel lane travelway urban areas urban control zones urban environment urban road urban roadside urban roadways utility poles