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Denver Bike Map

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
The goal was to create an easily-maintainable, readable, user-friendly map that clearly defined the location of current bike routes, lanes, and other facilities.
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A Review of the Impacts of the Towaway Reporting Threshold on a Highway Safety Program

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
This study reviews the potential impacts of a towaway reporting threshold on the North Carolina Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) listings and on the locations and types of crash patterns identified on collision diagrams by field engineers.
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Pedestrian Safety and Mobility Aids for Crossings at Bus Stops

Source: New Jersey Department of Transportation, The Federal Highway Administration
This paper describes a project initiated by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ TRANSIT) to investigate solutions poor mid-block crossings that would benefit pedestrians and encourage mass transit ridership.
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Conflicts on Multiple Use Trails

Source: Federal Highway Administration
Presents a series of principles for more effective operations of multi use trails.
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El Cajon's Road Diet

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Suburban development and increased traffic diminished Main Street's appeal to pedestrians. However, the use of a road diet and addition of new shops led to the revitalization of downtown.
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Older Pedestrian Characteristics for Use in Highway Design

Source: Federal Highway Administration
The objective of this project was to develop traffic planning and engineering guidelines for the design of pedestrian facilities that are sensitive to the needs of older pedestrians.
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Traffic Calming: State of the Practice

Source: Federal Highway Administration, Institute of Transportation Engineers
Summarizes the various methods used to either slow or divert motor vehicle traffic.
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Effective Treatments of Over and Undercrossings for Use by Bicyclists, Pedestrians, and the Handicapped

Source: Federal Highway Administration
This study provides information about over and undercrossings directed toward planners, designers, and decision makers who are trying to best serve the needs of bicyclists, pedestrians, and the handicapped,
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Traffic Operations Control for Older Drivers and Pedestrians

Source: Federal Highway Administration
Offers guidelines on roadway and traffic control device use by older drivers and pedestrians.
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The Feasibility of Accommodating Physically Handicapped Individuals on Pedestrian Over and Undercrossing Structures

Source: Federal Highway Administration
This report describes the evalutation of a sampling of over- and undercrossing structures to identify major and minor access barriers for the physically handicapped.
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