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Design Guidance for Channelized Right-Turn Lanes

Source: National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP)
This report develops guidance for channelized right-turn lanes based on balancing the needs of motor vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles.
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Road Diet Informational Guide

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
This guide includes safety, operational, and other considerations from research and practice, and guides readers through the decision-making process to determine if Road Diets are a good fit for a certain corridor.
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The Fatality Risk of Walking in America

Source: Center for Urban Transportation Research - University of South Florida
This paper proposes a time-based comparative approach to examining the fatality risk of walking.
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Evaluation of Pedestrian Countdown Signals in Montgomery County, Maryland

Source: Transportation Research Board
Pedestrian countdown signals installed at five intersections in Montgomery County, Maryland, were evaluated with a before-and-after study.
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Toolbox of Countermeasures and Their Potential Effectiveness for Pedestrian Crashes

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
This issue brief documents estimates of the crash reduction that might be expected if a specific countermeasure or group of countermeasures is implemented with respect to pedestrian crashes. The crash reduction estimates are presented as Crash Reduction Factors (
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Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations: A How-To Guide

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
The objective of this guide is to provide tips and guidance on how States and communities can effectively deploy pedestrian safety enforcement operations to reduce pedestrian injuries and fatalities.
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Walkability Checklist for Teens

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Everyone walks and there are lots of benefits, like improved fitness, cleaner air, less risk of certain health problems, and a greater sense of community. Walking needs to be safe and easy. Using this tool,
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Walkability Checklist for Teens

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Everyone walks and there are lots of benefits, like improved fitness, cleaner air, less risk of certain health problems, and a greater sense of community. Walking needs to be safe and easy. Using this tool,
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Bikeability Checklist for Teens

Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Riding a bike is fun. It's a great way to get around and to get your daily dose of physical activity. It's good for the environment, and it can save you money. No wonder many communities are encouraging people to ride their bicycles more often!
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