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
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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.
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)
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)
Williams, K. and R. Frey. Corridor Preservation: Best Practices for Local Governments, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1895, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C. (2004)
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.
Huntington, D. & Wen, J. NCHRP Synthesis 351: Access RightsA Synthesis of Highway Practice, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., (2005)
Eisele, W. and W. Frawley, Access Management Outreach Materials: Promoting Access Management Benefits in Texas, ITE 2008 Annual Meeting and Exhibit (2008)
McMurtry, P. Access Management Public Outreach Project, Vermont Agency of Transportation, 7th National Access Management Conference, Park City, Utah (2006) Describes a three-pronged marketing campaign for access management in Vermont based on education, advocacy and resource materials.
Geiger, D. "Not Just Your Run of The Mill and Resurfacing: Michigan Department of Transportations Access Management Efforts as part of Rehabilitation Projects Right of Way and Corridor Preservation, 7th National Access Management Conference, Park City, Utah (2006)
Boschert, T. Selling Medians in Utah Utah Department of Transportation (presentation and video), 7th National Access Management Conference, Park City, Utah (2006)
Johnson, A. A Public Involvement Primer for Access Management, Proceedings of the 7th National Access Management Conference, Park City, Utah (2006)
This paper sets forth a variety of strategies for designing an effective public involvement program for access management plans. It sets forth a framework for stakeholder analysis and planning process design and discusses strategies for planning process management, including dealing with problem behaviors, group conflict and communicating effectively when times are difficult.
Gant, B., E. Stanio and P. Gross, Access Management: Tapping Local Knowledge to Develop an Actionable Plan, ITE 2007 Technical Conference and Exhibit, Managing Congestion--Can We Do Better? (2007)
Mehta, A. HAMS: Highway Access Management System, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Proceedings of the 7th National Access Management Conference, Park City, Utah (2006).
Institute of Transportation Engineers. Transportation Impact Analysis for Site Development: An ITE Recommended Practice, 2010.
Williams, K., NCHRP Synthesis of Highway Practice 304: Driveway Regulation Practices, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., (2002)
This synthesis is a detailed assessment of driveway regulation practices in the U.S. it includes numerous case examples and information on all aspects of driveway regulation for access management.
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Planning and Designing Access to Developments, BC, Canada, (2009)
Macdonald, E., R. Sanders, P. Supanawich. The Effects of Transportation Corridors Roadside Design Features on User Behavior and Safety, and Their Contributions to Health, Environmental Quality, and Community Economic Vitality: a Literature Review, UCTC Research Paper No. 878, University of California Transportation Center, (2008)
Bochner, B. and B. Storey. Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context Sensitive Approach Phase III Outreach Materials (Task 5) Performance Measures, Technical Memorandum (July 2011) unpublished. http://www.ite.org/css/Task5Memorandum.pdf
This report includes performance measures that may be useful to access management. A few examples include:
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., Access Management Plan, Lower Rio Grande Development Council/Hidalgo MPO, Weslaco, Texas (2005)
Souleyrette, Reginald R; Plazak, P E; Plazak, David J. Use of Geospatial Information and Remote Sensing Data to Support Improved Roadway Access Management. Urban Transport XII. Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century. (2006, pp 477-489)
Schultz, G. G., K. T. Braley, and T. Boschert. Correlating Access Management to Crash Rate, Severity, and Collision Type. Presented at 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, (2008)
Schultz, G. G., and K. T. Braley. A Prioritization Process for Access Management Implementation in Utah. Report UT-07.05, Utah Department of Transportation Research and Development Division, Salt Lake City, UT, (2007)
Schultz, G., K. Bradley, and T. Boschert. Prioritizing Access Management Implementation, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2092, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., (2009, pp. 57-65)
Miller, J., Potential Performance Measures to Assess Transportation and Land Use Coordination, Transportation Research Board 87th Annual Meeting (2008)
Kirk, A., J. Pigman, B. House, Quantification of the Benefits of Access Management for Kentucky, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (2006)
Hallmark, S., E. Fitzsimmons, D. Plazak, K. Hoth and H. Isebrands, Toolbox to Assess Tradeoffs between Safety, Operations, and Air Quality for Intersection and Access Management Strategies, Federal Highway Administration, Midwest Transportation Consortium, Iowa State University, Ames (2008)
Eisele, W.L., Y. Zhang, E.S. Park, R. Stensrud, Incorporating Driveway Density into an Arterial Corridor Travel Time Index Estimation Model, 10-2670, Proceedings of the 89th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (2010)
Connelly, J. P., L. A. Hoel, L. A. Lacy, and J. S. Miller. Access Management Performance Measures for Virginia: A Practical Approach for Public Accountability. Virginia Transportation Research Council, Virginia Department of Transportation, Charlottesville, Virginia (2010) [Connelly, J., L. Hoel and J. Miller, Selection of Performance Measures for a State Access Management Program, Transportation Research Board 89th Annual Meeting (2010)]
Loudon, W. and F. Halbakken, Development of Smart Growth Supportive Parking Policy for Downtown Sacramento, ITE 2007 Technical Conference and Exhibit, Managing Congestion--Can We Do Better? (2007)
Sisiopiku, V. On Street Parking on State Roads, ITE Annual Meeting Compendium, Institute of Transportation Engineers (2001)
Nawn, J. T. (URS Corporation). Back-in Angle Parking in the Central Business District, PowerPoint presentation (source: unknown, undated, circa 2002)
Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates. Back-in/Head Out Angle Parking, San Francisco, CA (2005)
This report discusses the design and benefits of back-in/head-out angle parking and reviews examples of where the design has been implemented. Benefits noted include:
Littman, T., Parking Management Best Practices, American Planning Association, (2006)
Zhang, G. and J. Lu, Study on Unsignalized Access Points Using Microscopic Traffic Simulation, Seventh International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies (2010)
Zhu, Z., and J. Rong, The Impact of the Accesses on the Operating Speed of Two-Lane Highways, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of Chinese Transportation Professionals (2010)
Liu, P., F. Hu and J. Lu, Operational Effects of Right Turns Followed by U-Turns at Signalized Intersections as Alternatives to Direct Left-Turns from Driveways, Advances in Transportation Studies, Vol. 11 (2007)
Lu, J., P. Liu, G. Sokolow and F. Pirinccioglu, Operational Effects of U-Turns as Alternatives to Direct Left Turns from Driveways or Side Streets: Some Research Findings in Florida, Transportation Research Board 85th Annual Meeting (2006)
Lu, J. et al, Methodology to Quantify the Effects of Access Management on Roadway Operations and Safety, 3 volumes, prepared by the University of South Florida for the Florida Department of Transportation, Tampa, FL, (2001)
Fitzsimmons, E., S. Hallmark, D. Plazak and K. Giese, Evaluating Change in Corridor Operations Based on Access Management Strategies Using VISSIM Along US-69 Through Ankeny, Iowa, Transportation Research Board 89th Annual Meeting (2010)
Eisele, W.L. and W.E. Frawley, Estimating the Safety and Operational Impact of Raised Medians and Driveway Density: Experience from Texas and Oklahoma Case Studies, Transportation Research Record 1931, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C. (2005)
Eisele, W.L., Y. Zhang, E.S. Park, and R. Stensrud, Incorporating Driveway Density into an Arterial Corridor Travel Time Index Estimation Model, 10-2670, TRB 89th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers DVD, Washington, D.C. (2010)