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

Modeling Intersection Crash Counts and Traffic Volume - Final Report

 

Figure 96. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Proportion of angle collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.
Figure 96. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Proportion of angle collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.

Figure 97. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Proportion of left-turn collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.
Figure 97. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Proportion of left-turn collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.

Figure 98. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Proportion of rear-end collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.
Figure 98. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Proportion of rear-end collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.

Figure 99. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota.  Proportion of other collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.
Figure 99. Signalized four-leg urban intersections in Minnesota. Proportion of "other" collisions versus number of accidents in intersections.

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