Documents of type: Handbook

Access Management Guidebook For Major Arterial Intersections

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Plazak, D., C. Albrecht and B. Grefe, Access Management Guidebook For Major Arterial Intersections, Institute for Transportation, Iowa State University, prepared for the Iowa Department of Transportation (2009) This guidebook addresses the importance of managing access at the intersections of major arterial roadways—roadways that carry higher volumes of traffic and are of a greater regional or local significance. Of particular value are the case studies used for illustrating good and poor practices, using actual situations documented at major roadway intersections in Iowa. The guide:

Maine’s Best Practices for Development of Multi-Modal Corridor Management Plans

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Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments, Maine’s Best Practices for Development of Multi-Modal Corridor Management Plans, (2007)
This report offers a step by step approach to development of a regional corridor management plan. For example, it includes an effective summary of the appropriate roles of the DOT and Regional Councils in the planning process, Advisory Committee Procedures and Goals, and examples of data needs.

Traffic Engineering Handbook

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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.

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