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Introduction 3 Chapter 5 sets forth various geometric design elements. These include plan and cross sections, driveway length, vertical alignment, and related elements. Material related to and supporting the contents of this publication, including an extensive review of literature, can be found in NCHRP Web-Only Document 151: Geometric Design of Driveways. References 1-1. AASHTO. A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets. Washington, DC (2004) 896 pp. 1-2. TRB Committee on Access Management. Access Management Manual. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC (2003) 373 pp. 1-3. Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. G&C Merriam Company, Springfield, MA (1981). 1-4. Rawlings, J., and Gattis, J. L. "Detailed Study of Driveway Collision Patterns in an Urban Area." Compendium of Papers, 87th Annual Meeting, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC (2008). 1-5. AASHO. An Informational Guide for Preparing Private Driveway Regulations for Major Highways. Washington, DC (October 10, 1959, copyright 1960) 31 pp. 1-6. ITE. Guidelines for Driveway Location and Design. Washington, DC (1987) 23 pp. 1-7. U.S. Access Board. Accessible Public Rights of Way: Design Guide. U.S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, Washington, DC (1999).