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High occupancy vehicle lanes evaluation II

Peter T. Martin

High occupancy vehicle lanes evaluation II

traffic impact, safety assessment, and public acceptance

by Peter T. Martin

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Published by Mountain-Plains Consortium in [Fargo, N.D.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • High occupancy vehicle lanes -- Utah.,
  • Express highways -- Utah.,
  • Interstate 15.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter T. Martin, Dhruvajyoti Lahon, Aleksandar Stevanovic.
    SeriesMPC report -- 04-164
    ContributionsLahon, Dhruvajyoti., Stevanovic, Aleksandar., Mountain Plains Consortium., North Dakota State University.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE336.B8 M37 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 103 p. :
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16295620M
    LC Control Number2006475168

    Some BRT systems use sleek, futuristic buses; others use conventional buses. Microwave sensors that transmit a continuous wave CW Doppler waveform detect vehicle passage and provide measurements of vehicle count and speed. Booth, eds. Bryan W.

    Magnetic detectors are inserted horizontally below the roadway. Often two or more microloop probes are connected in series or with conventional wire loops to detect a range of vehicle sizes and obtain required lane coverage. More complex projects require more information in a formal submission from the State so that the FHWA division office can conclude that the project will not cause a significant environmental impact. These have since been removed.

    No Problem. A laser radar is an active infrared sensor, since it transmits energy in the infrared spectrum. Carrying nearly 60 million passengers a year, and servicing more than 35 transit routes, the National Transit Database named the RTC one of the most efficient transit providers in the nation. That program should be considered as one element of our overall enhancement policy. What material should be in an appendix rather than the body of the EIS?


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She supervised three studies exploring public perceptions, alternative technology solutions and institutional issues associated with mileage-based fees under the sponsorship of the University Transportation Center for Mobility at TTI.

Chapter 2: Preliminary Design

Belcher currently serves on the U. Baxter Avenue and Bardstown Road U. Figure depicts an inductive-loop detector installation, which contains a 3-turn 6- x 6-ft 1. Magnetic Detector Induction or Search Coil Magnetometer : A passive device that detects changes in the Earth's magnetic field caused by the movement of a ferrous-metal vehicle in or near its detection area.

Figure shows that presence-detecting microwave radar sensors can detect traffic flow in multiple lanes when mounted on poles adjacent to pedestrian crosswalks or roadway shoulders.

Center lane direction is eastbound from am—am and westbound from am—am. Vehicle density, link travel time, and origin-destination pairs are potential traffic parameters that can be obtained by analyzing data from a series of image processors installed along a section of roadway.

Wilkerson has also been affiliated with several law and government relations firms in Washington, DC where she worked on intellectual property, motion picture, next-generation emergency services, trade, and media issues. Prior to taking this role at Google, Mr. The CEQ is an office within the Executive Office of the President and has four main functions: 1 to develop environmental policies for the nation; 2 to monitor environmental quality; 3 to prepare an annual environmental quality report; and 4 to monitor Federal actions.

Typical applications include traffic signal control, freeway ramp metering, freeway mainline control, incident detection, and gathering of vehicle volume and classification data to meet State and Federal reporting requirements.

Often two or more microloop probes are connected in series or with conventional wire loops to detect a range of vehicle sizes and obtain required lane coverage. Goodin has both led and participated in several research teams that have conducted federally-funded congestion pricing studies in Texas, including those associated with managed lanes in Houston, San Antonio, and Austin, and has provided expertise on managed lanes in Maryland, Virginia, Nevada and Washington State.

Other projects, pursuant to 23 CFR Despite initial opposition and skepticism from various stakeholders, ramp metering has been deployed, sustained, and even expanded in many regions.

The mutual coupling causes an interaction between two or more electronics units in the same cabinet when the units operate at the same or nearby frequencies. The dual release metering approach usually increases ramp capacity under metering.

The widespread benefits of ramp metering, relative to its costs, make it one of the most cost-effective freeway management strategies. Goodin served as principal investigator for a USDOT study on road user fee collection technologies, and she provides technical support and policy research expertise to the Texas Department of Transportation and the Texas State Legislature as the state examines vehicle mileage fees as a long-term option to replace the state fuel tax.

Denaro was Vice President of Motorola, where he launched their telematics business after managing their GPS business, and before that spent 15 years in various positions in Silicon Valley companies, broadly involved with GPS, telematics, navigation, and fleet management.

Parker page images at HathiTrust Implementation of a system for controlling the lateral position of a moving vehicle, state job no. Burris, M. Crosstalk results in a sensor output actuation in the absence of a vehicle. These sensors provide data corresponding to several lanes of traffic, but generally not as accurately as can the same radar mounted in the forward-looking direction.

These are extremely important factors that communities should consider as they decide what form of mass transit is right for them, and that seem to weigh in on the side of rail transit. Phase I of the Silver Line was constructed on a public street. At that power, only a few sections of the road need embedded cables.

Safety Ramp meters help break up platoons of vehicles that are entering the freeway and competing for the same limited gaps in traffic.Edition Chapter 1A. General Section 1A Purpose of Traffic Control Devices.

Support: 01 The purpose of traffic control devices, as well as the principles for their use, is to promote highway safety and efficiency by providing for the orderly movement of all road users on streets, highways, bikeways, and private roads open to public travel throughout the Nation.

HOT lanes are often implemented by either converting existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes to HOT lanes or by constructing new managed lanes (MLs) in the median strip of an existing highway. Safe Transportation Research and Education Center. SafeTREC. Search Terms. (3) adding HOV [High-Occupancy Vehicle] lanes through central Colorado Springs and completing the six lanes widening south to south Academy Boulevard.” The first of these conceptual phases was undertaken in central Colorado Springs and completed in The project.

Guide for High-Occupancy Vehicle Facilities November A Policy on Design Standards for the Interstate System January Transit Planning and Research Reports - Annotated Bibliography June Federal Transit Administration How Transportation and Community Partnerships are Shaping America, Part II - Streets and Roads.

His experience managing the Houston transportation system (High Occupancy Vehicle lanes system, traffic management, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)) and his pioneering rural research have provided him a unique perspective of America’s varied transportation needs.

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