FHWA Paper: Crash Impact of Smooth Lane Narrowing with Rumble Strips at Two-Lane Rural Stop-Controlled Intersections
| September 14, 2010 |
The U.S. Federal Highway Administration has released a TechBrief that examines a treatment to reduce approach speeds at unsignalized intersections on two-lane rural roads by narrowing lanes using rumble strips in the median and on the right-lane edge.
Click on the link below for a downloadable PDF of the TechBrief:
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