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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-98-106
Date: February 1998
Capacity Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities
Recommended Procedures for the "Signalized Intersections" Chapter of the Highway Capacity Manual
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Garber, Nicholas J. and Lester A. Hoel. Traffic and Highway Engineering. Boston: PWS Publishing Company, 1997, 2nd edition.
Milazzo II, Joseph. The Effect of Pedestrians on the Capacity of Signalized Intersections. Master's Thesis, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C., 1996.
Rouphail, Nagui; Joseph Hummer, Joseph Milazzo II, and Patrick Allen. Literature Synthesis for Chapter 13, "Pedestrians" of the Highway Capacity Manual. Federal Highway Administration Report, February 1998.
Rouphail, Nagui; Joseph Hummer, Joseph Milazzo II, and Patrick Allen. Recommended Procedures for Chapter 13, "Pedestrians" of the Highway Capacity Manual. Federal Highway Administration Report, February 1998.
Tarko, Andrzej and Stanislaw Gaca. "Pedestrians at Signalized Intersections." International Symposium on Highway Capacity and Level of Service at Karlsruhe, Germany, pp. 367-376, July 1991.
Teply, Stan, editor. "Canadian Capacity Guide for Signalized Intersections," second edition, June 1995, excerpts from final draft.
Transportation Research Board. Highway Capacity Manual. Special Report 209, 1994 update to 1985 edition.
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Topics: research, safety, pedestrian & bicycle safety, bicyclists and pedestrians
Keywords: research, safety, pedestrian, bicycle, capacity, signalized intersection, adjustment factor, occupancy