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VII-1 SECTION VII Key References Agent, K. R., and T. Creasey. “Delineation of Horizontal Curves. Interim Report.” UKTRP-86-4. University of Kentucky. March 1986. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets. 2001. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities. 1999. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). Roadside Design Guide. 2002. Bali, S., R. J. A. Potts, J. I. Fee, J. Taylor, J. Glennon. Cost-Effectiveness and Safety of Alternative Roadway Delineation Treatments for Rural Two-Lane Highways: Volume I— Executive Summary. FHWA/RD-78/50. FHWA, U.S. Department of Transportation. April 1978. Baker, D., R. Bushman, and C. Berthelot. “Effectiveness of Truck Rollover Warning Systems.” Transportation Research Record 1779, Transportation Research Board. 2001. Barrett, M. L., and J. G. Pigman. “Evaluation of Automated Bridge Deck Anti-Icing System,” KTC-01-26/KH36-97-1F, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, December 2001. Bonneson, J. A. “Kinematic Approach to Horizontal Curve Transition Design.” Transportation Research Record 1737, Transportation Research Board. 2000. Bucko, T. R., and A. Khorashadi. Evaluation of Milled-In Rumble Strips, Rolled-In Rumble Strips and Audible Edge Stripe. Office of Transportation Safety and Research, California Department of Transportation. April 2001. California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). Truck Kingpin-to-Rear-Axle Length State Highway System Evaluation. December 1989. Chowdhury, M. A., D. L. Warren, H. Bissell, and S. Taori. “Are the Criteria for Setting Advisory Speeds on Curves Still Relevant?” ITE Journal. Vol. 68, No. 2. February 1998. Council, F. M. “Safety Benefits of Spiral Transitions on Horizontal Curves on Two-Lane Rural Roads.” Transportation Research Record 1635, Transportation Research Board. 1998. Elefteriadou, L., M. El-Gindy, D. Torbic, P. Garvey, A. Homan, Z. Jiang, B. Pecheux, and R. Tallon. Bicycle-Tolerable Shoulder Rumble Strips. PTI 2K15. Pennsylvania State University. March 2000. Elefteriadou, L., D. Torbic, M. El-Gindy, S. Stoffels, and M. Adolini. Rumble Strips for Roads with Narrow or Non-Existent Shoulders. PTI 2002-11. Pennsylvania State University. October 2001.

Fambro, D. B., K. Fitzpatrick, and R. Koppa. “Determination of Stopping Sight Distances.” NCHRP Report 400, Transportation Research Board. National Research Council. 1997. Farnsworth, E. E. “Pavement Grooving on Highways.” Presented at the Pavement Grooving and Traction Studies conference. November 1968. Fatal Accident Reporting System (FARS). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Center for Statistics and Analysis. http://www-fars.nhtsa.dot.gov/ Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Technical Advisory for Roadway Shoulder Rumble Strips. 2001. http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/fourthlevel/pro_res_rumble.library.htm#Papers. Fitzpatrick, K., K. Balke, D. W. Harwood, and I. B. Anderson. “Accident Mitigation Guide for Congested Rural Two-Lane Highways.” NCHRP Report 440, Transportation Research Board. 2000a. Fitzpatrick, K., L. Elefteriadou, D. W. Harwood, J. M. Collins, J. McFadden, I. B. Anderson, R. A. Krammes, N. Irizarry, K. D. Parma, K. M. Bauer, and K. Pasetti. Speed Prediction for Two-Lane Rural Highways. FHWA-RD-99-171. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. 2000b. Friar, S., and R. Decker. “Evaluation of a Fixed Anti-Icing Spray System.” Transportation Research Record 1672, Transportation Research Board. 1999. (pp. 34–41). Gattis, J. L., and J. Duncan. “Geometric Design for Adequate Operational Preview of Road Ahead.” Transportation Research Record 1500, Transportation Research Board. 1995. General Estimates System (GES). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Center for Statistics and Analysis, 1999. http://www-nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/ departments/nrd-30/ncsa/ges.html Glennon, J. C., T. R. Neuman, and J. E. Leisch. Safety and Operational Considerations for Design of Rural Highway Curves. FHWA/RD-86/035. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. 1985. Glennon, J. C., and G. D. Weaver. “Highway Curve Design for Safe Vehicle Operations.” Highway Research Record 390, Highway Research Board. 1972. Hall, J. W. Innovative Treatments for Run-Off-the-Road Accidents. FHWA-NMSHTD-91-02. New Mexico Highway & Transportation Department. 1991. Hammer, Jr., C. G. Evaluation of Minor Improvements: Part 6, Signs. California Division of Highways, Traffic Department. May 1968. Hanscom, F. R. “Evaluation of Signing to Warn of Wet Weather Skidding Hazard.” Transportation Research Record 600, Transportation Research Board. 1976. Harwood, D. W., F. M. Council, E. Hauer, W. E. Hughes, and A. Vogt. Prediction of the Expected Safety Performance of Rural Two-Lane Highways. FHWA/RD-99/207. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. 2000. http://www.tfhrc.gov/safety/99207.htm SECTION VII—KEY REFERENCES VII-2

SECTION VII—KEY REFERENCES Harwood, D. W., and J. M. Mason. “Horizontal Curve Design for Passenger Cars and Trucks.” Transportation Research Record 1445, Transportation Research Board. 1994. Harwood, D. W., D. J. Torbic, Karen R. Richard, William D. Glauz, and L. Elefteriadou, “Review of Truck Characteristics as Factors in Roadway Design.” NCHRP Report 505, Transportation Research Board. 2003. Humphreys, J. B., and J. A. Parham. The Elimination or Mitigation of Hazards Associated with Pavement Edge Drop-Offs During Roadway Resurfacing. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Washington, D.C. 1994. Institute of Transportation Engineers. Traffic Control Devices Handbook (TCDH). Washington, DC. 2001. Jennings, B. E., and M. J. Demetsky. “Evaluation of Curve Delineation Sign.” Transportation Research Record 1010, Transportation Research Board. 1985. Khattak, A., and G. Pesti. “Bridge Prioritization for Installation of Automatic Anti-Icing Systems in Nebraska,” Mid-Continent Transportation Research Symposium, August 2003. Krammes, R. A., and K. D. Tyer. “Post-Mounted Delineators and Raised Pavement Markers: Their Effect on Vehicle Operations at Horizontal Curves on Two-Lane Rural High- ways.” Transportation Research Record 1324, Transportation Research Board. 1991. Leisch, J. E. Traffic Control & Roadway Elements—Their Relationship to Highway Safety/Revised. Chapter 12 Alinement. Highway Users Federation for Safety and Mobility. 1971. Lyles, R. W. An Evaluation of Warning and Regulatory Signs for Curves on Rural Roads. FHWA/RD-80/009. FWHA, U.S. Department of Transportation. March 1980. Mahoney, K. M., R. J. Porter, E. T. Donnell, D. Lee, and M. T. Pietrucha. Evaluation of Centerline Rumble Strips on Lateral Vehicle Placement and Speed on Two-Lane Highways. The Pennsylvania Transportation Institute, PTI 2003-20, March 2003. Martinez, J. E. “Effects of Pavement Grooving on Friction, Braking, and Vehicle Control.” Transportation Research Record 633, Transportation Research Board. 1977. McDonald, T. J., E. Kannel, M. M. O’Brien, and V. Root. Traffic Control Strategies in Work Zones with Edge Drop-Offs. CTRE Project 97-15, Center for Transportation Research and Education, Iowa State University, August 2002. http://www.ctre.iastate.edu/research/detail.cfm?projectID=255 McGee, H., and R. Strickland. “An Automatic Warning System to Prevent Truck Rollover on Curved Ramps.” Public Roads. Vol. 57, No. 4, 1994. Mosher, L. G. “Results from Studies of Highway Grooving and Texturing by Several State Highway Departments.” Presented at the Pavement Grooving and Traction Studies conference. November 1968. O’Hanlon, J. F., and G. R. Kelley. A Psychophysiological Evaluation of Devices for Preventing Lane Drift and Run-Off-Road Accidents. Technical Report 1736-F. California Department of Transportation, Division of Highways. September 1974. VII-3

Outcalt, W. Bicycle-Friendly Rumble Strips. CDOT-DTD-R-2001-4. Colorado Department of Transportation, Research Branch. 2001a. Outcalt, W. Centerline Rumble Strips. CDOT-DTD-R-2001-4. Colorado Department of Transportation, Research Branch. 2001b. Perrillo, K. The Effectiveness and Use of Continuous Shoulder Rumble Strips. FHWA, Albany, New York. August 1998. Preston, H., and T. Schoenecker. Potential Safety Effects of Dynamic Signing at Rural Horizontal Curves. MN/RC-2000-14. Minnesota Department of Transportation. December 1999. (http://www.lrrb.gen.mn.us/PDF/200014.pdf) Retting, R. A., and C. M. Farmer. “Use of Pavement Markings to Reduce Excessive Traffic Speeds on Hazardous Curves.” ITE Journal. Vol. 68, No. 9. September 1998. Ridnour, R., and D. V. Schaaf. Effects of Pavement Surface Texture on Noise and Frictional Characteristics. Iowa Department of Transportation. February 1987. Ritchie, M. L. “Choice of Speed in Driving Through Curves as a Function of Advisory Speed and Curve Signs.” Human Factors. Vol. 14, No. 6. December 1972. Rys, M. J., E. R. Russell, and T. S. Brin. “Evaluation of Milled Centerline Rumble Strip Patterns.” Transportation Quarterly. Vol. 57, No. 4, Fall 2003. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). Synthesis of Shoulder Rumble Strip Practices and Policies. 2001. http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/fourthlevel/pro_res_rumble.library.htm#Papers. Smith, R. N., and L. E. Elliott. Evaluation of Minor Improvements (Part 8), Grooved Pavement Supplement Report. CADOTTR2152-11-75-01. California Department of Transportation. September 1975. Stowe, R., “A Benefit/Cost Analysis of Intelligent Transportation System Applications for Winter Maintenance,” Paper No. 01-0158, Transportation Research Board, January 2001. Strickland, R., and H. McGee. Evaluation of Prototype Automatic Truck Rollover Warning Systems. FHWA-RD-97-124. FHWA, U.S. Department of Transportation. December 1996. (http://ntl.bts.gov/data/124.pdf) Tribbett, L., P. McGowen, and J. Mounce, An Evaluation of Dynamic Curve Warning Systems in the Sacramento River Canyon, Final Report, Western Transportation Institute, prepared for California Department of Transportation, April 2000. U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT). Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). FWHA, U.S. Department of Transportation. 2003. http://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/kno-2003.htm Wong, S. Y. “Effectiveness of Pavement Grooving in Accident Reduction.” ITE Journal. Vol. 60, No. 7. July 1990. Zador, P., H. S. Stein, P. Wright, and J. Hall. “Effects of Chevrons, Post-Mounted Delin- eators, and Raised Pavement Markers on Driver Behavior at Roadway Curves.” Transportation Research Record 1114, Transportation Research Board. 1987. SECTION VII—KEY REFERENCES VII-4

SECTION VII—KEY REFERENCES Zegeer, C. V., D. Reinfurt, T. Neuman, R. Stewart, and F. Council. Safety Improvements on Horizontal Curves for Two-Lane Rural Roads—Informational Guide. FHWA/RD-90/074. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation. October 1991. Zegeer, C. V., J. R. Stewart, F. M. Council, D. W. Reinfurt, and E. Hamilton. “Safety Effects of Geometric Improvements on Horizontal Curves.” Transportation Research Record 1356, Transportation Research Board. 1992. Zipkes, E. “The Influence of Grooving of Road Pavements on Accident Frequency.” Transportation Research Record 623, Transportation Research Board. 1976. Zwahlen, H. T. Warning Signs and Advisory Speed Signs—Reevaluation of Practice. Final Technical Report. FHWA/OH-84/003. FHWA, U.S. Department of Transportation. June 1983. VII-5

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