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Intersection Safety Needs Identification Report

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Objective

The Objective of this report is to identify needs in developing and achieving safety performance through enhanced activities that can reduce crashes and their impacts—specifically the fatalities and serious injuries associated with intersection safety within their jurisdictions.

The areas of need identified during this study fall into the following categories:

  1. Design Options
  2. Traffic Control
  3. Intersection Users
  4. Intersection Programs

The remaining section of this report covers these categories.  Each of the categories contains subcategories discussing the issues and providing a list of recommendations for improving safety within intersections.

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