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Keynote Address - Dr Grant G Schultz,
Access Management Committee Secretary
- Applying AMM principles on newly developing highways will not be that difficult
- Applying AMM principles consistently on existing highways is proving to be a huge challenge, especially for the Appeals Committee
- One of biggest challenges is moving past the weve always allowed two driveways mindset
Hurdles Yet to Overcome
- The LPA Question ?
- Developing an Access Management Practice versus an Access Management Policy
This animation explains the 10 principles from the TRB Access Management Manual published in 2003. Click on each principle to learn more.
Access management is much more than driveway regulation. It is the systematic control of the location, spacing, design and operation of driveways, median openings, interchanges and street connections. It also encompasses roadway design treatments such as medians and auxiliary lanes, and the appropriate spacing of traffic signals.