TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Report 880: Design Guide for Low-Speed Multimodal Roadways provides best practice guidance by referencing a range of acceptable elements, criteria, and values for critical dimensions for design of low- to intermediate-speed roadways with a mix of users. The report assists designers in establishing a balance between operational efficiency, comfort, safety, and convenience for modes on the low- and intermediate-speed roadways. Low to intermediate speed is defined as 45 miles per hour and lower design speed for the purpose of this report.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||3-9|
|Chapter 2 - Design Considerations for All Users in Low- and Intermediate-Speed Environments||10-39|
|Chapter 3 - Balancing User Performance in Low- and Intermediate-Speed Environments||40-75|
|Chapter 4 - Traveled Way Design Guidelines||76-170|
|Chapter 5 - Roadside Design Guidelines||171-232|
|Chapter 6 - Case Studies: Designing for All Users||233-264|
|References and Bibliography||265-272|
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