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Chapter: Appendix E - Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection ontrol Evaluation (ICE) Policies

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182 Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies A P P E N D I X E (California DOT 2013) Figure E-1. Flowchart for California ICE policy.

Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies 183 (Florida DOT 2017) Figure E-2. Flowchart for Stage 1 of Florida ICE policy.

184 Alternative Intersection Design and Selection (Florida DOT 2017) Figure E-3. Flowchart for Stage 2 of Florida ICE policy.

Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies 185 (Florida DOT 2017) Figure E-4. Flowchart for Stage 3 of Florida ICE policy.

186 Alternative Intersection Design and Selection (Georgia DOT 2017) Figure E-5. Flowchart for Stage 1 of Georgia ICE policy.

Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies 187 (Georgia DOT 2017) Figure E-6. Flowchart for Stage 2 of Georgia ICE policy.

188 Alternative Intersection Design and Selection (Bowen et al. 2014) Figure E-7. Flowchart for Stage 1 of Indiana ICE policy.

Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies 189 (Bowen et al. 2014) Figure E-8. Flowchart for Stage 2 of Indiana ICE policy.

190 Alternative Intersection Design and Selection (Minnesota DOT 2017a) Figure E-9. Flowchart for Minnesota ICE policy.

Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies 191 (Inda 2018) Figure E-10. Summary table from Nevada ICE policy. The authors believe this table is a template, which is why the “#” symbol is shown instead of numerical values. The blank cell in the second column is appropriate, as there would be no delivery timeframe for existing conditions since there would be no project.

192 Alternative Intersection Design and Selection (Pennsylvania DOT 2017) Figure E-11. Flowchart for Stage 1 of Pennsylvania ICE policy.

Example Flowcharts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies 193 (Pennsylvania DOT 2017) Figure E-12. Flowchart for Stage 2 of Pennsylvania ICE policy.

194 Alternative Intersection Design and Selection (Pennsylvania DOT 2017) Figure E-13. Flowchart for Stage 3 of Pennsylvania ICE policy.

Exam ple Flow charts and Tables from Intersection Control Evaluation (ICE) Policies 195 (Wisconsin DOT 2018) Figure E-14. Brainstorming worksheet for Stage 1 of Wisconsin ICE policy.

196 Alternative Intersection Design and Selection (Wisconsin DOT 2018) Figure E-15. Summary tables for Stage 2 of Wisconsin ICE policy.

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State departments of transportation often encounter public resistance to alternative intersections, with 86% of respondents in a new survey of state DOTs agreeing or strongly agreeing that public resistance hinders their implementation. Public resistance can vary among projects based on intersection type and whether the project was initiated at the local or state level.

The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Synthesis 550: Alternative Intersection Design and Selection documents the evaluation and selection processes within state departments of transportation (DOTs) for intersection projects.

Roundabouts are the most widely implemented type of alternative intersection. Ninety percent of state DOTs that responded to the synthesis survey reported having at least one roundabout in their jurisdiction open and operational. Roundabouts also had the highest reported number of facilities in project development as 88% of respondents indicated there was at least one roundabout under development at their DOT.

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