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Intersection Safety

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Corridor Access Management report cover

Contents

Foreward

Managing access at the corridor level improves safety and business

Addressing the concerns about Corridor Access Management improvements with data

Reducing conflict points and improving safety
Conflict points
Access points
Driveways

Reducing crashes

Offering a range of design options
Relocation of Direct Left Turns
Provision of Turn Lanes
Median Type
Signal density
Unsignalized Access Density

Benefiting pedestrians and cyclists

Improving operations for all stakeholders
Roundabouts
Innovative Intersection Corridors

Overcoming potential challenges
Setting Enabling Policy
Identifying Funding
Managing Access During Construction
Building Stakeholder Support
Demonstrating Economic Benefits

Helping stakeholders share your vision

Highway 101 Case Study, Shakopee, Minnesota

Endnotes

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Page posted on May 20, 2016.
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