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Signalized Intersections: An Informational Guide

Part III Treatments

Part III includes a description of treatments that can be applied to signalized intersections to mitigate an operational and/or safety deficiency.  The treatments are organized as follows: System-Wide Treatments (Chapter 8), Intersection-Wide Treatments (Chapter 9), Approach Treatments (Chapter 10), and Individual Movement Treatments (Chapter 11).  It is assumed that before readers begin to examine treatments in Part III, they will already have familiarized themselves with the fundamental elements described in Part I and the project process and analysis methods described in Part II.


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