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Automated Horn Warning System at Highway-Rail Crossings
A research project has been done to determine the effectiveness and acceptance of the automated horn warning system - Iowa Department of Transportation, September 1998.
Compilation of State Laws and Regulations Affecting Highway-Rail Grade Crossings, October 2002
Grade Crossing Safety Task Force Final Report, March 1996
Guidance on Traffic Control Devices at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings, Highway/Rail Grade Crossing Technical Working Group (TWG), November 2002.
Rail-Highway Crossing Safety Action Plan Support Proposals
Action Plan presents a multifaceted, multi-modal approach for improving safety at our Nation's highway-rail crossings, June 1994.
Railroad-Highway Grade Crossing Handbook [HTML] [PDF - 8.98 MB] - Revised Second Edition, August 2007
Reduce Railroad Crossing Collisions - Guidance for Selection of Traffic Control Devices At Highway-Rail Grade Crossings, November 2002
Recording Devices for Interconnected Grade Crossing and Intersection Signal Systems: An Informational Report New
Signalizing Crossings - North Carolina Department of TransportationThis describes the process used to determine which highway-rail grade crossings to signalize and the project management process.
Traffic Separation Studies - North Carolina Department of Transportation
The NCDOT Rail Division in 1995 began studying how to best separate railroad and highway traffic. Updated 2008
New Recording Devices for Interconnected Grade Crossing and Intersection Signal Systems: An Informational Report
Highway-Rail Crossing Safety Action Plan
United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway AdministrationFHWA Office of Safety, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE, Washington DC 20590
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