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Use of MicroSimulation to Convey Access Management Techniques

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The Missouri Department of Transportation has utilized several microsimulation software packages to analyze the impacts of proposed designs, such as interchange footprint and outer road spacing. Traditionally, one of the most difficult aspects of a project has been providing a clear understanding of the final product to the public. This paper discusses the use of visual simulation models to convey access management techniques to the general public.

Sixth National Conference on Access Management, August 29-September 1, 2004, Kansas City, Missouri

Access Control near Highway Interchanges

  • Posted on: Fri, 08/30/2013 - 22:55
  • By: fbroen
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Objectives

  • Review origin of current guidelines for access separation from interchange ramps
  • Review recent Virginia study on the relationship between access spacing from interchange ramps and crash rates
  • Suggest new standards for the optimum access point spacing

 

Findings and Recommendations: Access Spacing from Interchange Ramp

Development of Guidelines for Driveway Location and Median Configuration in the Vicinity of Interchanges

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Washburn, S. & A. Kondyli. Development of Guidelines for Driveway Location and Median Configuration in the Vicinity of Interchanges, Florida Department of Transportation: TRC-FDOT-036-2006, (2006)