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Appendixes The following appendixes are not published in this report. However, they are available online at http://safety.transportation.org. 1 Trail/Roadway Intersection Design in Maryland 2 Bicycle Signal Standards 3 Cost estimates of ITS Technologies for Bicycle Detection 4 Agency Experiences with Improving Signal Timing and Detection 5 Cost estimates of Colored Bicycle Lanes 6 Contact Information for Innovative Pavement Marking Treatments 7 Bicycle-Tolerable Shoulder Rumble Strips A Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2001 Strategic Highway Safety Plan B Resources for the Planning and Implementation of Highway Safety Programs C South African Road Safety Manual D Comments on Problem Definition E Issues Associated with Use of Safety Information in Highway Design: Role of Safety in Decision Making F Comprehensive Highway Safety Improvement Model G Table Relating Candidate Strategies to Safety Data Elements H What is a Road Safety Audit? I Illustration of Regression to the Mean J Fault Tree Analysis K Lists of Potential Stakeholders L Conducting an Evaluation M Designs for a Program Evaluation N Joint Crash Reduction Programme: Outcome Monitoring O Estimating the Effectiveness of a Program During the Planning Stages P Key Activities for Evaluating Alternative Program Q Definitions of Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness R FHWA Policy on Life Cycle Costing S Comparisons of Benefit-Cost and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis T Issues in Cost-Benefit and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses U Transport Canada Recommended Structure for a Benefit-Cost Analysis Report V Overall Summary of Benefit-Cost Analysis Guide from Transport Canada W Program Evaluation--Its Purpose and Nature X Traffic Safety Plan for a Small Department Y Sample District-Level Crash Statistical Summary Z Sample Intersection Crash Summaries AA Sample Intersection Collision Diagram BB Example Application of the Unsignalized Intersection Guide A-1