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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-97-106

Rural Public Transportation Technologies: User Needs and Applications FR1-798

Figure 9

These charts show the number of accidents 434 ramp proper segments (rear-end excluded).

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 434 ramp proper segments (rear-end excluded).

The bottom chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 434 ramp proper segments (rear-end excluded).

Conversion: 1 mi = 1.61 km

 

Figure 10

These charts show the number of  accidents in 3 years for 551 entire ramps (rear-end accidents excluded).

The top figure shows the total number of accidents in 3 years for 551 entire ramps (rear-end accidents excluded).

The bottom figure shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 551 entire ramps (rear-end accidents excluded).

 

Figure 11

These charts show the number accidents in 3 years for 193 acceleration and 277 deceleration lanes.

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 193 acceleration and 277 deceleration lanes.

The bottom chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 193 acceleration and 277 deceleration lanes.

 

Figure 12

These charts show the number of  accidents in 3 years for 467 entire ramps, including the adjacent speed-change lane.

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 467 entire ramps, including the adjacent speed-change lane.

The top chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 467 entire ramps, including the adjacent speed-change lane.

 

Figure 13

These charts show the number of accidents in 3 years for 118 urban diamond off-ramps.

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 118 urban diamond off-ramps.

The top chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 118 urban diamond off-ramps.

 

Figure 14

chart shows the number of accidents in 3 years for 4 urban parcle and 24 urban free-flow loop off-ramps.

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 4 urban parcle and 24 urban free-flow loop off-ramps.

The top chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 4 urban parcle and 24 urban free-flow loop off-ramps.

 

Figure 15

chart shows the number of accidents in 3 years for 19 urban outer connection off-ramps.

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 19 urban outer connection off-ramps.

The top chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 19 urban outer connection off-ramps.

 

Figure 16

These charts show the number of accidents in 3 years for 551 entire ramps.

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 551 entire ramps.

The top chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 551 entire ramps.

 

Figure 17

These charts show the number of accidents in 3 years for 737 ramp proper segments.

The top chart shows the number of total accidents in 3 years for 737 ramp proper segments.

The top chart shows the number of fatal and injury accidents in 3 years for 737 ramp proper segments.

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