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Railroad-Highway Grade Crossing Handbook - List of Tables

Railroad-Highway Grade Crossing Handbook - Revised Second Edition August 2007
List of Tables Table of Contents

List of Tables

1. Railroad Line Miles and Track Miles
2. Public At-Grade Crossings by Functional Classification, 2005
3. Public At-Grade Crossings by Highway System, 2005
4. Fatalities at Public Crossings, 1920–2004
5. Collisions, Fatalities, and Injuries at Public Crossings, 1975–2004
6. State and Local Government Jurisdictional Authorities Concerned with Crossings
7. Public Crossings by Warning Device, 2004
8. Motor Vehicle Collisions and Casualties at Public Crossings by Vehicle Type, 2004
9. U.S. Customary Lengths for Design Vehicles
10. Metric Lengths for Design Vehicles
11. Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Collision Fatalities versus Trespasser Fatalities, 1995–2004
12. Collisions at Public Crossings Involving Motor Vehicles by Type of Train, 2004
13. Maximum Train Speeds by Class of Track
14. Public At-Grade Crossings by Type of Track, 2005
15. Track Class and Permissible Speeds
16. U.S. DOT Collision Prediction Equations for Crossing Characteristic Factors
17. U.S. DOT Accident Prediction Factor Values for Crossings with Passive Warning Devices
18. U.S. DOT Accident Prediction Factor Values for Crossings with Flashing Light Warning Devices
19. U.S. DOT Accident Prediction Factor Values for Crossings with Gate Warning Devices
20. U.S. DOT Final Accident Prediction from Initial Prediction and Accident History (1 year of accident data (T=1))
21. U.S. DOT Final Accident Prediction from Initial Prediction and Accident History (2 years of accident data (T=2))
22. U.S. DOT Final Accident Prediction from Initial Prediction and Accident History (3 years of accident data (T=3))
23. U.S. DOT Final Accident Prediction from Initial Prediction and Accident History (4 years of accident data (T=4))
24. U.S. DOT Final Accident Prediction from Initial Prediction and Accident History (5 years of accident data (T=5))
25. Equations for Crossing Characteristic Factors for U.S. DOT Fatal Accident Probability Formula
26. Equations for Crossing Characteristic Factors for U.S. DOT Injury Accident Probability Formula
27. Factor Values for U.S. DOT Fatal Accident Probability Formula
28. Factor Values for U.S. DOT Injury Accident Probability Formula
29. Distances in Meters to Establish Study Positions for Diagnostic Team Evaluation
30. Distances in Feet to Establish Study Positions for Diagnostic Team Evaluation
31. Sight Distances for Combinations of Highway Vehicle and Train Speeds, Metric
32. Sight Distances for Combinations of Highway Vehicle and Train Speeds, U.S. Customary
33. Federal Laws, Rules, Regulations, and Policies
34. Responsibility for Closing Public Crossings
35. Current MUTCD Devices
36. Placement Distances for Advance Warning Signs (English Units)
37. Placement Distances for Advance Warning Signs (Metric Units)
38. Minimum Sight Distance Table (English Units)
39. Minimum Sight Distance Table (Metric Units)
40. Effectiveness of Active Crossing Warning Devices
41. Clearing Sight Distance (in feet)
42. Guidelines for Active Devices
43. LRT Grade Separation
44. Countermeasure Type, Effectiveness, and Cost
45. Comparison of Cost-Effectiveness, Benefit-Cost, and Net Benefit Methods
46. Effectiveness/Cost Symbol Matrix
47. Collision Prediction and Resource Allocation Procedure Normalizing Constants
48. Channelizing Devices for Tapers
49. Sign Spacing for Urban Areas
50. Collisions at Private Crossings, 2000–2004
51. Collisions at Private Crossings by Roadway User, 2004
52. Motor Vehicle Collisions at Private Crossings by Traffic Control Device, 2004
53. Use of Active Internally Illuminated Signs for Parallel Traffic Turning Across LRT Tracks
54. Possible Solutions to Observed Problems


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