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Update of Florida Crash Reduction Factors and Countermeasures to Improve the Development of District Safety Improvement Projects

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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, (2005)

Safety Evaluation of Access Management Policies and Techniques

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VHB. Safety Evaluation of Access Management Policies and Techniques, Federal Highway Administration (contract in progress).

      The objectives of this ongoing research are to:

1. Develop evaluation models to assess the safety impact of access management policies and treatments relevant to urban, urbanizing, and suburban arterials.

2. Propose an access management evaluation framework that can be adopted by state and local agencies to evaluate compliance of access management policies, and the impacts of viable access treatment techniques.

Safety Impacts of Access Management Techniques in Utah

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Schultz , G., J. Lewis, and T. Boschert, “Safety Impacts of Access Management Techniques in Utah,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1994, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., (2007, pp. 35-42). [Schultz, G. and J. Lewis, Assessing the Safety Benefits of Access Management Techniques, Brigham Young University, Utah Department of Transportation (2006)]

Modeling and Evaluating Safety Impacts of Access Management Features in Las Vegas, Nevada, Valley

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Mauga, T. and M. Kaseko, “Modeling and Evaluating Safety Impacts of Access Management Features in Las Vegas, Nevada, Valley,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2171, Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C. (2010) pp. 57-65

Safety Effects of Access Design Decisions

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Gattis, J., “Safety Effects of Access Design Decisions” ITE 2008 Technical Conference and Exhibit (2008)

            This paper contains a detailed literature review of studies which have examined and reported safety of designs and operational features that contribute to managing access along roadways. It also presents trends found among the findings reported in these previous studies. 

Access Management Considerations for High Capacity Multi-Lane Roundabout Design and Implementation

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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)

Risk-Based Framework Using Geographic Information Systems to Identify Transportation Corridors Vulnerable to Development

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Lambert, J., A. Linthicum, E. Kim, L. Kincaid, S. Rash and G. Schmidt, Risk-Based Framework Using Geographic Information Systems to Identify Transportation Corridors Vulnerable to Development, Virginia Transportation Research Council, Virginia Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (2008)

Corridor Preservation Methods

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Land Design Inc. Corridor Preservation Methods, prepared for the North Carolina Department of Transportation, (2004)

            This report review methods available to state transportation agencies and local governments to preserve right of way for transportation corridors and includes a discussion of access management. In addition to North Carolina, it briefly summarizes practices available in Kansas, California and Florida. 

Not Just Your Run of The Mill and Resurfacing: Michigan Department of Transportation’s Access Management Efforts as part of Rehabilitation Projects

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Geiger, D. "Not Just Your Run of The Mill and Resurfacing: Michigan Department of Transportation’s Access Management Efforts as part of Rehabilitation Projects” Right of Way and Corridor Preservation, 7th National Access Management Conference, Park City, Utah (2006)

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