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Evaluating the Performance of Corridors with Roundabouts References Page R-1 REFERENCES Akçelik, R. “An Assessment of the Highway Capacity Manual 2010 Roundabout Capacity Model.” Proceedings, 2011 Transportation Research Board International Roundabout Conference. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies. Carmel, IN. 2011. Akçelik and Associates Pty Ltd. Sidra Intersection User Guide. Version 5.1. April 2011. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Highway Safety Manual, 1st Edition. Washington, D.C. 2010. Ariniello, A.J. Are Roundabouts Good for Business? LSC Transportation Consultants, Inc. Denver, CO. December 2004. Accessed from: hŽp://ci.golden.co.us/files/roundaboutpaper.pdf. Accessed June 2011. Ariniello, A.J. and D. Hartman. “Are Roundabouts Good for Business?” Presentation at the Transportation Research Board National Roundabout Conference, Vail, Colorado. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies. May 2005. Austroads. Guide to Traffic Engineering Practice, Part 6—Roundabouts. 1993. Bared, J.G. and P.K. Edara. “Simulated Capacity of Roundabouts and Impact of Roundabout Within a Progressed Signalized Road.” National Roundabout Conference: 2005 Proceedings. Transportation Research Circular E C083, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. 2005. Accessed from: hŽp://www.teachamerica.com/Roundabouts/RA_Conference.htm. Accessed July 2011. Bonneson, J.A., A. Sharma, and D. Bullock. (2008a) Measuring the Performance of Automobile Traffic on Urban Streets. NCHRP Project 3 79, Final Report Part A. Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX. January 2008. Accessed from: hŽp://tcd.tamu.edu/Documents/Products.htm. Accessed August 2011. Bonneson, J.A., M.P. PraŽ, and M.A. Vandehey. (2008b) Predicting the Performance of Automobile Traffic on Urban Streets. NCHRP Project 3 79, Final Report Part B. Texas Transportation Institute, College Station, TX. January 2008. Accessed from: hŽp://tcd.tamu.edu/Documents/Products.htm. Accessed August 2011.

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 772: Evaluating the Performance of Corridors with Roundabouts provides measurement and evaluation methods for comparing the performance of a corridor with a functionally interdependent series of roundabouts to a corridor with signalized intersections in order to arrive at a design solution.

For the purposes of this research, a “series of roundabouts” is defined as at least three roundabouts that function interdependently on an arterial.

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