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140 APPENDICES B THROUGH N Appendices B through N are available on the TRB website (www.trb.org) by searching "NCHRP Web-Only Document 160". Appendix B: Long List of Treatments Appendix C: Team Treatment Survey Appendix D: Details on Site Selection Appendix E: Details on Treatment and Site Descriptions Appendix F: Details on PHB Installation Appendix G: Participant Survey Forms Appendix H: Details on Team Conflict Survey Appendix I: Details on Simulation Analysis Framework Appendix J: Details on Accessibility Measures Appendix K: Details on Delay Model Development Appendix L: Details on Roundabout Signalization Modeling Appendix M: Use of Visualization in NCHRP Project 3-78A Appendix N: IRB Approval and Consent Forms
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