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  U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration

Welcome to the Federal Highway Administration's
(FHWA's) Intersection Resources Library CD-ROM!


Resources included in this library represent a broad cross section of publications, educational materials and other media published by the Federal Highway Administration and other transportation safety partners. You can search by keyword, browse by title, browse by author, or browse by topic. The topics are organized into five broad categories, including traditional signalized intersections, traditional unsignalized intersections, roundabouts, highway/rail grade crossings, and alternative intersection designs such as single-point intersections. Once you select a resource, an Abstract for that resource will appear. The Abstract contains the title, author, publisher, year, and description of the resource. The Abstract also contains links to the resource on this CD as well as links to a web accessible location when feasible. We recommend that you first check to be sure you have Adobe Reader installed on your machine, as many of the documents will be provided in PDF format. Enjoy your visit!

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