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2004 Access Management Conference
Kansas City August 29 - September 1, 2004


The Sixth National Access Management Conference was held in Kansas City, Missouri, on August 29-September 1, 2004. The proceedings consist of presentations, papers, and in a few cases animated presentations created from the live presentation at the conference. The sessions were as follows: Workshop - TRB Access Management Manual; Access Management Policy Research; Alternative Dispute Resolution in Access Management; Workshop - Impact Calculator from NCHRP Report 420: Impacts of Access Management Techniques; Corridor Management Plans (Part I); Emerging Technologies in Access Management; Workshop - Web Resources in Access Management; Access Management in Regional and Urban Planning; Valuation of Access; Workshop - A.D.A. in Access Management; Intergovernmental Agreements in Access Management; Managing Access at Missouri's Interchanges; Workshop - The Expert Witness in the Courtroom (Part I); Economic Impacts of Access Management; Access Management Technical Research (Part I); Workshop - The Expert Witness in the Courtroom (Part II); Corridor Management Plans (Part II); Access Management Technical Research (Part II); Workshop - Site Access Traffic Studies; Access Management Programs at the State Level; Developing in a Regulated World; Workshop - Development of Access Management Outreach Materials; Access Management and Land Use; Innovative Analysis of Access; and Workshop - Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Starting a State Access Management Program.

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Adobe Acrobat copies of Presentations and Papers can be found under the session. All presentations that have been submitted are linked below. Please contact the webmaster for any comments or suggestions. Last update 02/10/2005.
List of Attendees (Walk in registrations may be incomplete)
Click HERE for Conference Program print version

Sunday, August 29th
1:00pm – 4:30pm WORKSHOP – TRB Access Management Manual
Please join the Principle Investigators, Dr. Vergil Stover and Ms. Kristine Williams, for this rare opportunity. Participants have the opportunity to interact directly with the authors of the TRB “Access Management” Manual to gain insights into the manual’s basis, content and application. All paid registrants to the conference will receive both hard copy and CD copy of the TRB manual, which will be required for this workshop.
Administrative Track – Access Management Policy Research
Moderator – Phil Demosthenes, Parametrix Consulting
Access Management in Action: Policy versus Reality
- Sandra Gorman P.E., Kimley-Horn and Associates
Standard practice is to acquire 100 to 300 feet of limited access ROW at interchanges. Would acquiring more access control in the vicinity of interchanges preserve the safety and operations of an interchange and the freeway for a longer period, thereby reducing the need for interchange reconstruction? If so, will the up front cost of acquiring more access control, be outweighed by the benefits of not having to reconstruct the interchange sooner than planned? The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), under a grant from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), is examining these important policy questions.
Access Management in the MPO Process
- Jeff Kramer, AICP
The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR), as part of the NCHRP Project 8-46 research team, is responsible for identifying Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) and local transportation agencies that have successfully included access management into their transportation planning activities. This presentation and paper will provide an overview of CUTR’s research findings and highlight case examples demonstrating successful efforts to include access management into MPO and local agency transportation planning activities.

Access Management in Transportation/Corridor Planning
- David Hutchinson, Traffic Div., City of Springfield, MO
The presentation will consist of an overview of access management strategies and implementation of street and intersection projects that include access management strategies. The focus of the presentation will be the public involvement process of developing study recommendations and implementing access management strategies as a part of street and intersection improvement projects.

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