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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-06-089
Date: July 2006

PBCAT-Pedestrian and Bicycle Crash Analysis Tool

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APPENDIX E: DATA ENTRY FORMS.

This appendix includes the 10 forms that are available in the default database of the application (PBCAT.MDB). Any of these databases may be edited to meet the data entry needs of a State or local agency. Refer to chapter 5 for further instruction. The forms included are as follows:

  • Ped_All_Data_Milepost—contains all crash typing fields, all crash report fields, and the milepost referencing system fields.
  • Ped_All_Data_Refpost—contains all crash typing fields, all crash report fields, and the reference post referencing system fields.
  • Ped_All_Data_RouteName—contains all crash typing fields, all crash report fields, and the route/street name referencing system fields.
  • Ped_Crash_Type—contains only the Report_Number field and the crash typing fields.
  • Bike_All_Data_Milepost—contains all crash typing fields, all crash report fields, and the milepost referencing system fields.
  • Bike_All_Data_Refpost—contains all crash typing fields, all crash report fields, and the reference post referencing system fields.
  • Bike_All_Data_RouteName—contains all crash typing fields, all crash report fields, and the route/street name referencing system fields.
  • Bike_All_Data_LinkNode—contains all crash typing fields, all crash report fields, and the link/node referencing system fields.
  • Bike_Crash_Type—contains only the Report_Number field and the crash typing fields.

The forms containing "all" database fields may be most useful to those users planning to use PBCAT to store and manage all pedestrian and bicyclist collision data in this application. The forms with crash type information only may be utilized by those users who plan to export the crash typing information and merge it with another database that contains the other crash data elements.

 

Figure 121. Ped_All_Data_Milepost Form

Figure 121. Ped_All_Data_Milepost Form

 

Figure 122. Ped_All_Data_Refpost Form

Figure 122. Ped_All_Data_Refpost Form

 

Figure 123. Ped_All_Data_RouteName Form

Figure 123. Ped_All_Data_RouteName Form

 

Figure 124. Ped_All_Data_LinkNode Form

Figure 124. Ped_All_Data_LinkNode Form

 

Figure 125. Ped_Crash_Type Form

Figure 125. Ped_Crash_Type Form

 

Figure 126. Bike_All_Data_Milepost Form

Figure 126. Bike_All_Data_Milepost Form

 

Figure 127. Bike_All_Data_Refpost Form

Figure 127. Bike_All_Data_Refpost Form

 

Figure 128. Bike_All_Data_RouteName Form

Figure 128. Bike_All_Data_RouteName Form

 

Figure 129. Bike_All_Data_LinkNode Form

Figure 129. Bike_All_Data_LinkNode Form

 

Figure 130. Bike_Crash_Type Form

Figure 130. Bike_Crash_Type Form

 

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