Toolbox on intersection safety and design
Institute of Transportation Engineers, United States. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Safety
Institute of Transportation Engineers, Oct 1, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 165 pages
This report presents an overview of principles and practices that will help readers develop intersection designs that achieve the highest levels of safety, mobility and cost-effectiveness. It demonstrates practical design measures and tools that will improve intersection safety, provides examples of effective applications, and discusses experiences with innovative solutions.
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Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety at Intersections
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