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4 8. Final Report Chapter 6, Transit LOS Model. This chapter describes the 9. HCQS Presentations recommended LOS model for transit passengers on an urban street. Validation data are provided illustrating the accuracy of the model. 1.3 This Report Chapter 7, Bicycle LOS Model. This chapter describes the This Report presents the final recommended LOS models recommended LOS models for bicycle riders on an urban and draft Urban Streets chapter on urban street level of ser- street. Validation data are provided illustrating the accu- vice for the 2010 Highway Capacity Manual. The report is or- racy of the model. ganized as follows: Chapter 8, Pedestrian LOS Model. This chapter describes the recommended LOS models for pedestrians on an Chapter1, Introduction. This chapter presents an overview urban street. Validation data are provided illustrating the of the research project and the organization of the report. accuracy of the model. Chapter 2, State Of The Practice. This chapter reviews Chapter 9, Integrated Multimodal LOS Model Framework. the state of the practice for estimating the level of service This chapter explains how the four modal LOS models are in- for auto drivers, transit riders, bicycle riders, and pedes- tegrated in that they share the same LOS rating system, share trians on urban streets. The Highway Capacity Manual, much of the same input data, and reflect intermodal effects of Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual, and one mode on the perceived level of service of the other. the Florida DOT Quality/Level of Service Guide are Chapter 10, Accomplishment of Research Objectives. This reviewed. chapter summarizes the accomplishment of the research Chapter 3, Literature Review. This chapter presents an objectives. overview of recent literature in the field of modal level of Appendix A, Subject Data Collection Forms. This appen- service. dix provides copies of the video lab data collection forms. Chapter 4, Data Collection. This chapter describes the se- Appendix B, Study Protocol. This appendix describes the lection of the data collection methods for this study and protocol used to collect LOS perceptions in the video labs. describes the video lab and field work used to obtain Appendix C, Example Recruitment Flyer/Poster. This ap- observations from the traveling public on their perceptions pendix shows the flyer used to recruit participants in the of level of service. video laboratories. Chapter 5, Auto LOS Model. This chapter presents the rec- ommended LOS model for auto drivers along with an Appendix D, Draft Users Guide, which presents the draft alternative model designed to address concerns raised by users guide on urban street level of service, is available on line the Highway Capacity Committee. Validation data are as NCHRP Web-Only Document 128 at http://trb.org/news/ provided illustrating the accuracy of the model. blurb_detail?id=9186.