TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Web-Only Document 256: Assessing Interactions Between Access Management Treatments and Multimodal Users describes operational and safety relationships between access management techniques and the automobile, pedestrian, bicycle, public transit, and truck modes. This contractor's report may help assist in the selection of alternative access management techniques based on the safety and operation performance of each affected travel mode.The roadway system must accommodate many types of users—bicyclists, passenger cars, pedestrians, transit, and trucks. This report examines the interactions between multimodal operations and access management techniques and treatments, and the trade-off decisions that are necessary.
NCHRP Research Report 900: Guide for the Analysis of Multimodal Corridor Access Management accompanies this report.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1: Background||1-4|
|Chapter 2: State of the Practice||5-14|
|Chapter 3: Research Approach||15-33|
|Chapter 4: Findings and Applications||34-44|
|Chapter 5: Conclusions and Suggested Research||45-49|
|Appendix A: Literature Review||50-93|
|Appendix B: Agency Survey||94-113|
|Appendix C: Assessment of Data and Information Needs||114-149|
|Appendix D: Initial Study Designs||150-195|
|Appendix E: Final Study Designs||196-226|
|Appendix F: Data Summary||227-282|
|Appendix G: Performance Relationship Development||283-368|
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