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138 Chapter 8. References 1. TRB Special Report 214: Designing Safer Roads: Practices for Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation Projects, TRB, National Research Council, 1987. 2. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Highway Safety Manual, 2010. 3. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Highway Safety Manual, Supplement, 2014. 4. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets, 2011. 5. Harwood, D. W., J. M. Hutton, C. Fees, K. M. Bauer, A. Glen, and H. Ouren, NCHRP Report 783: Evaluation of the 13 Controlling Criteria for Geometric Design, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2014. 6. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Geometric Design Guide for Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation of Highways and Streets, 1977. 7. Harwood, D. W., D. J. Cook, R. Coakley, and C. Polk, Guidelines for Integrating Safety and Cost-Effectiveness into Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation Projects— Final Report, NCHRP Project 15-50, MRIGlobal, January 2017. 8. McGee, H. W., NCHRP Synthesis 417: Geometric Design Practices for Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2011. 9. AASHTOWare Safety Analyst web site, www.safetyanalyst.org. 10. Harwood, D.W., D.J. Torbic, K.R. Richard, and M.M. Meyer, SafetyAnalyst: Software Tools for Safety Management of Specific Highway Sites, Report No. FHWA-HRT-10- 063, Federal Highway Administration, July 2010. 11. Highway Capacity Manual, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2010. 12. Bahar, G., Transportation Research Circular E-C142: Methodology for the Development and Inclusion of Crash Modification Factors in the First Edition of the Highway Safety Manual, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, April 2010. 13. Crash Modification Factors Clearinghouse, www.cmfclearinghouse.org, Federal Highway Administration. 14. Gross, F., B. Persaud, and C. Lyon. A Guide to Developing Crash Modification Factors, Report No. FHWA-SA-10-032, Federal Highway Administration, 2010. 15. Harwood, D. W., F. M. Council, E. Hauer, W. E. Hughes, and A. Vogt, Prediction of the Expected Safety Performance of Rural Two-Lane Highways, Report No. FHWA-RD- 99-207, Federal Highway Administration, December 2000.

139 16. Zegeer, C. V., R. C. Deen, and J. G. Mayes, Effect of Lane and Shoulder Width on Accident Reduction on Rural, Two-Lane Roads, Transportation Research Record 806, TRB, National Research Council, 1981. 17. Griffin, L. I., and K. K. Mak, The Benefits to be Achieved From Widening Rural, Two- Lane Farm-to-Market Roads in Texas, Report No. IAC (86-87)-1039, Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, Texas, April 1987. 18. Zegeer, C.V., D.W. Reinfurt, J. Humma, L. Herf, and W. Hunter, Safety Effects of Cross-Section Design for Two-Lane Roads, Transportation Research Record 1195, TRB, National Research Council, 1988. 19. Zegeer, C. V., J. R. Stewart, F. M. Council, D. W. Reinfurt, and E. Hamilton, Safety Effects of Geometric Improvements on Horizontal Curves, Transportation Research Record 1356, TRB, National Research Council, 1988. 20. Torbic, D.J., J.M. Hutton, C.D. Bokenkroger, K.M. Bauer, D.W. Harwood, D.K. Gilmore, J.M. Dunn, J.J. Ronchetto, E.T. Donnell, H.J. Sommer III, P.M. Garvey, B. Persand, and C. Lyon, NCHRP Report 641: Guidance for Design and Application of Shoulder and Centerline Rumble Strips, TRB, National Research Council, 2009. 21. Potts, I. B., D. W. Harwood, C.D. Brokenkroger, and M. M. Knoshang, Benefit/Cost Evaluation of MoDOT’s Total Striping and Delineation Program, Phase II, Report No. CMI12-002, Missouri Department of Transportation, June 2011. 22. Fitzpatrick, K., A. H. Parham, and M. A. Brewer, Treatments for Crashes on Rural Two- Lane Highways in Texas, Report No. FHWA/TX-02/4048-2, Texas Department of Transportation, April 2002. 23. Mak, K. K., and D. L. Sicking, NCHRP Report 492: Roadside Safety Analysis Program (RSAP)—Engineer’s Manual, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2003. 24. RoadSafe LLC, Roadside Safety Analysis Program (RSAP) Update, Appendix A: User’s Manual, Version 3.0.0, Final Report of NCHRP Project 22-27, http://rsap.roadsafellc.com, 2012. 25. RoadSafe LLC, Roadside Safety Analysis Program (RSAP) Update, Appendix B: Engineer’s Manual, Version 3.0,0, Final Report of NCHRP 22-27, http://rsap.roadsafellc.com, 2012. 26. Harkey, D. L., S. Raghavan, B. Jongdea, F. M. Council, K. Eccles, N. Lefler, F. Gross, B. Persaud, C. Lyon, E. Hauer, and J. Bonneson, NCHRP Report 617: Crash Reduction Factors for Traffic Engineering and ITS Improvements, Transportation Research Board, 2008. 27. Lord, D., S. R. Geedipally, B. N. Persaud, S. P. Washington, I. van Schalkwyk, J. N. Ivan, C. Lyon, and T. Jonsson, NCHRP Web-Only Document 126: Methodology for Estimating the Safety Performance of Multilane Rural Highways,Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2008. 28. Potts, I. B., D. W. Harwood, and K. R. Richard, Relationship of Lane Width to Safety of Urban and Suburban Arterials, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the

140 Transportation Research Board, No. 2023, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2007. 29. U.S. Department of Transportation, Guidance on Treatment of the Economic Value of a Statistical Life (VSL) in U.S. Department of Transportation Economic Analyses – 2015 Adjustment, Memorandum from K. Thompson and C. Monje, Office of the Secretary of Transportation, June 17, 2015. 30. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Roadside Design Guide, 2011. 31. Council, F. M., E. Zaloshnja, T. Miller, and B. Persaud, Crash Cost Estimates by Maximum Police Reported Injury Severity within Selected Crash Geometries, Report No. FHWA-HRT-05-051, Federal Highway Administration, October, 2005. 32. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index web site, http://www.bls.gov/cpi/cpi_dr.htm. 33. U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment Cost Index historical values, http://www.bls.gov/web/eci/echistrynaics.pdf.

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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) has released a pre-publication, non-edited version of Research Report 876: Guidelines for Integrating Safety and Cost-Effectiveness into Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation (3R) Projects. The report presents an approach for estimating the cost-effectiveness of including safety and operational improvements in a resurfacing, restoration, or rehabilitation (3R) project. The approach uses the performance of the existing road in estimating the benefits of a proposed design improvement and in determining if it is worthwhile. These guidelines are intended to replace TRB Special Report 214: Designing Safer Roads: Practices for Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation. The guidelines are accompanied by two spreadsheet tools available for download through a .zip file: one for analyzing a single design alternative and one for comparing several alternatives or combinations of alternatives.

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