Development of an Improved Warrant for Use of Stop and Yield Control at Four-legged Intersections
Intersection operation under yield, two-way stop and four-way stop control; Texas intersection simulation model to estimate vehicle operating costs, delay and safety.
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Problems with Current Use of Intersection Traffic Control
Potential Benefits from Revised Traffic Control Warrants
GENERAL RESEARCH APPROACH
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accident costs accident experience accident rates air pollution cost analysis C0ST Chapter component costs control at intersections control type cost information delay cost determine developed emissions evaluated Four-way Stop control fuel consumption fuel cost Highway impact increased installation intersection characteristics intersection conditions intersection control intersection operation linear regression low volume intersections major and minor minor street volume MUTCD NCHRP NETSIM noise pollution number of accidents percent predicted number presented queue queue delay Reproduced from Reference roadway volume safe approach speed safety SAMPLE STATISTIC sight distance restrictions sign control simulation model speed change cycles Stop and Four-way Stop signs stopped delay Table TEXAS model total cost total delay traffic control devices traffic signal traffic volume trucks Two-way Stop control Type 2 accidents type of control type of intersection vehicle operating costs vehicles per day vehicles per hour volume combinations Yield control Yield signs