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59   References AASHO, Highway design and operational practices related to highway safety, Washington DC, 1967. AASHTO, Highway Design and Operational Practices Related to Highway Safety, Washington DC, 1974. AASHTO, Guide for selecting, locating, and designing traffic barriers, Washington, DC, 1977. AASHTO, Roadside Design Guide, Washington, DC, 1989a. AASHTO, Standard Specifications for Highway Bridges, Washington, DC, 1989b. AASHTO, Roadside Design Guide, Washington DC, 1996. AASHTO, Roadside Design Guide, Washington DC, 2002. AASHTO, Roadside Design Guide (with updated Chapter 6), Washington, DC, 2006. AASHTO, Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware, Washington, DC, 2009. AASHTO, Roadside Design Guide, Washington, DC, 2011. AASHTO, Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware, Washington, DC, 2016. ADOT, “Manual of Highway Geometric Design,” 1977. ADOT, “Median Barrier Summary Report,” 1999. ADOT, “Arizona Roadway Design Guidelines,” 2016. Bligh, Roger, NCHRP Project 22-22(02), “Effectiveness of Traffic Barriers on Non-Level Terrain,” Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2020a. Bligh, Roger P., NCHRP Project 17-11(02), “Development of Clear Recovery Area Guidelines,” Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2020b. Bligh, Roger P., Shaw-Pin Miaou, Dominic Lord, and Scott Cooner, “Median Barrier Guidelines for Texas,” Texas Transportation Institute, Federal Highway Administration, FHWA/TX-06/0-4254-1, College Station, TX, 2006. Blincoe, L. J., A. G. Seay, E. Zaloshnja, T. R. Miller, E. O. Romano, S. Luchter, R. S. Spicer, and Administration National Highway Traffic Safety, “The Economic Impact of Motor Vehicle Crashes, 2000,” 2002. Bronstad, M. E., and J. D. Michie, NCHRP Report 239: Multiple-Service-Level Highway Bridge Railing Selection Procedures, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 1981. Bronstad, M. E., and Jarvis Dale Michie, NCHRP Report 153: Recommended Procedures for Vehicle Crash Testing of Highway Appurtenances, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 1974. California Department of Transportation, Caltrans Traffic Manual, Chapter 7. http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/traffops/ engineering/safety-devices/docs/Median-Barrier.pdf Carrigan, C. E., M.H. Ray, T.O. Johnson, and A.M. Ray, “Run-off-road Crash Prediction Models for Each Edge of Undivided and Divided Roadways,” 2015a. Carrigan, Christine E., and Malcolm H. Ray, “Proposed Horizontal Curve and Vertical Grade Encroachment Adjustment Factors,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2521, 2015b. Carrigan, Christine E. and Malcolm H. Ray, NCHRP Project 17-54, “Consideration of Roadside Features in the Highway Safety Manual,” Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2018. Cooper, P. J., Analysis of Roadside Encroachments: Single Vehicle Run-off Accident Data Analysis for Five Provinces, Transport Canada, Road Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety Branch. Countermeasures Development, 1980. CTDOT, “Connecticut Highway Design Manual, Chapter 13 Roadside Safety,” 2003. FHWA, Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, 2009. Gabler, H. Clay, NCHRP Project 17-43, “Long-Term Roadside Crash Data Collection Program,” Forthcoming. Gabauer, Douglas, NCHRP Project 17-88, “Roadside Encroachment Database Development and Analysis,” Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, Forthcoming-b. Glennon, John C., and Thomas N. Tamburri, “Objective Criteria for Guardrail Installation,” Highway Research Record, No. 174, 1967.

60 Selection and Placement Guidelines for Test Level 2 Through Test Level 5 Median Barriers Graham, Jerry L., Douglas W. Harwood, Karen R. Richard, Mitchell K. O’Laughlin, Eric T. Donnell, and Sean N. Brennan, NCHRP Report 794: Median Cross-Section Design for Rural Divided Highways, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2014. Harwood, Douglas W., David K. Gilmore, Jerry L. Graham, Mitchell K. O’Laughlin, Alison M. Smiley, and Thomas P. Smahel, NCHRP Report 790: Factors Contributing to Median Encroachments and Cross-Median Crashes, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2014. Hughes, Warren E., NCHRP Project 17-14, “Improved Guidelines for Median Safety,” 2004. Hutchinson, John W., “The Significance and Nature of Vehicle Encroachments on Medians of Divided Highways,” 1962. Johnson, Nicholas S., Robert Thomson, and Hampton C. 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References 61   Ross, H. E., D. L. Sicking, R. A. Zimmer, and J. D. Michie, NCHRP Report 350: Recommended Procedures for the Safety Performance Evaluation of Highway Features, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 1993. SDDOT, “South Dakota Department of Transportation, Road Design Manual, Chapter 10,” 2016. Sheikh, Nauman, Roger P. Bligh, D. Lance Bullard Jr., and Shaw-Pin Miaou, NCHRP Web-Only Document 296: Guidelines for Cost-Effective Safety Treatments of Roadside Ditches, Washington, DC, 2021 Sheikh, Nauman M., Roger P. Bligh, Sofokli Cakalli, and Shaw-Pin Miaou, NCHRP Project 17-55, “Guidelines for Traversability of Roadside Slopes,” Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2019. Sicking, D. L., F. D. de Albuquerque, and K. A. Lechtenberg, “Cable Median Barrier Guidelines,” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2009a. Sicking, Dean L., NCHRP Project 22-14(02), “Improved Procedures for Safety-Performance Evaluation of Roadside Features,” 2008. Sicking, Dean L., NCHRP Project 17-22, “Identification of Vehicular Impact Conditions Associated with Serious Ran-Off-Road Crashes,” 2009b. TXDOT 2014b, Texas Roadway Design Manual. WSDOT, “Washington State Department of Transportation, Design Manual,” 2001. WSDOT, “Cable Median Barrier: Reassessment and Recommendations,” 2007. WSDOT, “Cable Median Barrier: Reassessment and Recommendations,” 2009. WSDOT, “Design Manual M22-01.12,” 2015. Zegeer, C. V., J. Hummer, D. Reinfurt, L. Herf, W. Hunter, Goodell-Grivas Incorporated, Federal Highway Administration, and Transportation Research Board, “Safety Effects of Cross-Section Design for Two-Lane Roads,” Federal Highway Administration, FHWA/RD-87/008, Washington, DC, 1987.

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