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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-98-096
Date: September 1997

Modeling Intersection Crash Counts and Traffic Volume - Final Report

 

Figure 91. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota.  Other collisions within the intersection as proportion of typical intersection accidents, smoothed with a 10,000 x 6,000 window.
Figure 91. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Other collisions within the intersection as proportion of typical intersection accidents, smoothed with a 10,000 x 6,000 window.

Figure 92. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota.  Accidents in intersections versus proportion of anfle collisions.
Figure 92. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Accidents in intersections versus proportion of anfle collisions.

Figure 93. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota.  Accidents in intersections versus proportion of left-turn accidents.
Figure 93. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Accidents in intersections versus proportion of left-turn accidents.

Figure 94. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota.  Accident in intersections versus proportion of rear-end accidents.
Figure 94. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Accident in intersections versus proportion of rear-end accidents.

Figure 95. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota.  Accidents in intersections versus proportion of other accidents.
Figure 95. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Accidents in intersections versus proportion of "other" accidents.

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