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Suggested Citation:"TABLE OF CONTENTS." Transportation Research Board. 1998. Developing Measures of Effectiveness for Truck Weight Enforcement Activities: Final Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/6354.
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TABLE of CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ABSTRACT SUMMARY OF FINDINGS 1.0 INTRODUCTION 2.0 TRUCK-WEIGHT ENFORCEMENT EFFECTIVENESS MEASUREMENT 2.1 Background 2.2 Current Status 2.3 Effectiveness Measurement Requirements 3.0 TRUCK-WEIGHT ENFORCEMENT MEASURES of EFFECTIVENESS 3.! M.O.E. Development 3.2 M.O.E. Field Validation 4.0 M.O.E.USER GUIDE 4.1 M.O.E Sampling (Data Collection) Guidelines 4.1.1 Sampling Observation Levels 4.1.2 Statewide or Regional M.O.E. Sampling 4.1.3 Example of a Regional M.O.E. Sampling Application 4.1.4 Corridor or Local-Level M.O.E. Sampling 4.1.5 Location-Specific M.O.E. Sampling 4.2 M.O.E. Software (Data Analysis) Too! 5.0 REFERENCE Apperldix A B C D E F G H Literature Review Development, Evaluation, and Rarefying of M.O.E.s M.O.E. Field Validation Ancillary Enforcement Issues Effects of Axle Weight on Pavement Life M.O.E. Sampling Plan Development User Guide Software Help Screens Glossary of Terms - 1 Page 1V V V1 2 2 3 4 s 6 10 11 2 3 17 22 22 24 40

LIST OF FIGI1HES Page FIGURE I. Illustration of Sampling Observation Levels ~ 3 FIGURE 2. "Sampling Guide" Dialog Box Applied to Exainple 21 FIGURE 3. "Main Window" on M.O.E. Application Sonware 25 FIGURE 4. "Select Units" Dialog Box 26 FIGURE 5. The "Set Weight Limits" Dialog Box 26 FIGURE 6. The "Set Select Truck Classification" Dialog Box 27 FIGURE 7. The "Data File Conversion" Dialog Box 27 FIGURE 8. The "Enforcement Condition" Dialog Box 28 FIGURE 9. The "Data File for Enforcement Condition" Dialog Box 29 FIGURE 10- The `'Pavement Analysis (Flexible Example)'' Dialog Box ....... FIGURE Il. The "Automatic Calculation of SN" Dialog Box 3~ FIGURE 12. The "Pavement Analysis (Rigid Example)" Dialog Box 30 FIGURE 13. "Calculation Status" Dialog Box FIGURE 16. "Violation Data by Truck Classification" Dialog Box FIGURE 17. The "ESAL Data" Dialog Box 36 FIGURE IS. "Comparison of Enforcement Conditions" Dialog Box .37 FIGURE 19. "Sampling Guide" Dialog Box 39 FIGURE 20. The "Pavement Effects Analysis" Dialog Box . . 11 ..... 39

LIST OF TABLES Page TABLE I. Designated (M.O.E.s) and their Definitions 14 TABLE 2. Recommended Statewide Site Numbers 14 TABLE 3. Minimum Site-specific Observation Guideline 1 7 TABLE 4. Available WIM Sites for Sampling Example 1 8 TABLE 5. Data Collection Site Distribution for Example 1 9 TABLE 6. Recommended Corridor Site Numbers . . . .22

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