Documents in the Category: Techniques
Amekudzi, A., M. Meyer, C. Ross, E. Barrella, Transportation Planning for Sustainability Guidebook, Georgia Institute of Technology, Federal Highway Administration (2011)
Texas Transportation Institute. TCRP Report 19: Guidelines for the Location and Design of Bus Stops. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., (1996)
Hunter, W., J. Stutts, W. Pein, and C. Cox. Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Types of the Early 1990s, FHWA-RD-95-163, (June 1996)
Florida Department of Transportation. Access Transit: Design Guidelines for Florida Bus Passenger Facilities, Florida State University, (2004)
Seattle Transit Master Plan: Briefing Book, prepared by Nelson\Nygaard Assoc for the Seattle Department of Transportation, Washington (2011)
This guide includes information relative to the location, design and spacing of transit stops for various forms of transit service. For example:
Gans, A., J. Shen, and A. Rodriguez, Update of Florida Crash Reduction Factors and Countermeasures to Improve the Development of District Safety Improvement Projects, prepared for the Florida Department of Transportation, (April 2005)
This report includes numerous citations of operational and geometric modifications impact crash types. Some of which are access management related.
Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates, Inc. (2011). Seattle Transit Master Plan Briefing Book. Seattle: Seattle Department of Transportation.
Lutin, J. M., Proposal for Incorporating Public Transit Provisions into a State Highway Access Management Code, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2171 , Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., (2010) pp. 52-56.
Levinson, H. , S. Zimmerman, J. Clinger, J. Gast, S. Rutherford, and E. Braun, TCRP Report 90 Bus Rapid Transit Volume 2: Implementation Guidelines. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. (2003)
Beimborn E., H. Rabinowitz, P. Gugliotta, C. Mrotek, and S. Yan. Guidelines for Transit-Sensitive Suburban Land Use Design, U.S. Department of Transportation, DOT-T-91-13 (1991)
Adirondack/Glen Falls Transportation Council, Access Management Guide, December 15, 2007
The guide includes a section entitled Access Management & Transit, Bicyclists and Pedestrians. An extract is included below.
Indiana Access Management Study, prepared by Urbitrans, Inc. for the Indiana Department of Transportation (2006) http://www.in.gov/indot/2512.htm
Thieken, S., Implementing Multi-Lane Roundabouts in Urban Areas, Proceedings of the 2007 Transportation Land Use, Planning, and Air Quality Congress, American Society of Civil Engineers (2008)
Lu, G., F. Guan and D. Noyce, Simulation Study of Access Management at Modern Roundabouts: Pedestrian Crosswalk Treatments, 90th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, Washington, D.C. (2011)
Isebrands, H., S. Hallmark, E. Fitzsimmons and J. Stroda. Toolbox to Evaluate the Impacts of Roundabouts on a Corridor or Roadway Network, Prepared for the Minnesota Department of Transportation, Iowa State University, Ames (2008)
Federal Highway Administration. Roundabouts: An Informational Guide, 2nd edition. Washington, D.C., (2011)
Johnson, M. and H. Isebrands. Access Management Considerations for High Capacity Multi-Lane Roundabout Design and Implementation, Proceedings of the 8th National Access Management Conference, Baltimore, MD (2008)
Ariniello, A. Are Roundabouts Good for Business?, Proceedings of 1st National Roundabout Conference, Vail, Colorado (2005)
Rosales, J., Road Diet Handbook: Setting Trends for Livable Streets. Parsons Brinckerhoff Monograph 20, New York, New York (2006)
Lindley, J., Guidance Memorandum on Consideration and Implementation of Proven Safety Countermeasures, FHWA, Washington DC, July 2008.
Institute of Transportation Engineers, Traffic Engineering Handbook, 6th Edition, (2008)
Chapter 13 of this Handbook, Access Management, was authored by Philip Demosthenes and Vergil G. Stover. Chapter 13 includes an introduction to access management providing an historical perspective, a review of legal issues of interest to traffic engineers, and proceeds to present current practice in policies, programs and access related design elements.