Design Guide for Addressing Nonrecurrent Congestion

Design Guide for Addressing Nonrecurrent Congestion

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This report from the second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2), which is administered by the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, catalogs highway design treatments that can be used to reduce nonrecurrent congestion and improve the reliability of urban and rural freeways.TRAFFIC SIGNALS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL Traffic Signal Preemption Description and Objective Traffic signal preemption is a system that allows the normal operation of traffic signals ... The FHWA Traffic Signal Timing Manual ( Koonce et al.

Title:Design Guide for Addressing Nonrecurrent Congestion
Author:Ingrid B. Potts, Douglas W. Harwood, Jessica M. Hutton, Chris A. Fees, Karin M. Bauer, Lindsay M. Lucas, Christopher Kinzel, Robert J. Frazier, Transportation Research Board
Publisher:Transportation Research Board -


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