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Geometric design and the effects on traffic operations 2007.

Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Design.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Operational Effects of Geometrics.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2007.
Series: Transportation research record, 2023.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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TRR no. 2023 includes 14 papers that explore the Green Book's adjustment factors for entrance and exit terminals, crossover displaced left-turn and upstream signalized crossover intersections, accident modification factors for rural frontage road segments, predicting benefits of left-turn lanes at unsignalized intersections, evaluation of speed differential, and a regression model of car speeds and speed deviations  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Design.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Operational Effects of Geometrics.
ISBN: 9780309104500 0309104505
OCLC Number: 194359253
Notes: "Journal of the Transportation Research Board."
"A peer-reviewed publication."
Papers sponsored by Geometric Design Committee, and Operational Effects of Geometrics Committee.
Description: vii, 139 pages : illustrations, charts, map, plans ; 28 cm.
Contents: Potential changes to 2004 Green Book's adjustment factors for entrance and exit terminals / Kay Fitzpatrick, Karl Zimmerman --
Comparison of two unconventional intersection schemes : crossover displaced left-turn and upstream signalized crossover intersections / Mohamed El Esawey, Tarek Sayed --
Development of accident modification factors for rural frontage road segments in Texas / Dominique Lord, James A. Bonneson --
Decision support system for predicting benefits of left-turn lanes at unsignalized intersections / Sarang Ranade, Adel W. Sadek, John N. Ivan --
Parameters for evaluation of speed differential : contribution using driving simulator / Francesco Bella --
Seemingly unrelated regression model of car speeds and speed deviations in freeway work zones / Richard J. Porter, Kevin M. Mahoney, John M. Mason, Jr. --
Operational and safety effects of right-turn deceleration lanes on urban and suburban arterials / Ingrid B. Potts [and three others] --
Relationship of lane width to safety on urban and suburban arterials / Ingrid B. Potts, Douglas W. Harwood, Karen R. Richard --
Placement design of ramp control signals / Zhongren Wang --
Lengths of turn lanes on intersection approaches : three-branch fork lanes--left-turn, through, and right-turn / Shinya Kikuchi, Nopadon Kronprasert, Masanobu Kii --
Determination of storage lengths of left-turn lanes at signalized intersections / Yi Qi, Lei Yu, Mehdi Azimi, Lei Guo --
Urban freeway on-ramps : invasive influences on main-line operations / Hanwen Yi, Thomas E. Mulinazzi --
Observed distribution patterns of on-ramp merge lengths on urban freeways / Hanwen Yi, Thomas E. Mulinazzi --
Potential updates to 2004 Green Book's acceleration lengths for entrance terminals / Kay Fitzpatrick, Karl Zimmerman.
Series Title: Transportation research record, 2023.
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TRR no. 2023 includes 14 papers that explore the Green Book's adjustment factors for entrance and exit terminals, crossover displaced left-turn and upstream signalized crossover intersections, accident modification factors for rural frontage road segments, predicting benefits of left-turn lanes at unsignalized intersections, evaluation of speed differential, and a regression model of car speeds and speed deviations in freeway work zones. This issue of the TRR also examines right-turn deceleration lanes on urban and suburban arterials, lane width and safety on urban and suburban arterials, ramp control signals placement design, turn lane length at signalized intersections, urban freeway on-ramps, and the Green Book's acceleration lengths for entrance terminals.

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