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Additional Resources

Screenshot:Cover of Driving Down Lane-Departure Crashes publication Driving Down Lane-Departure Crashes: A National Priority
In 2007, AASHTO embarked on a plan to cut fatalities by half within two decades, with an ultimate goal of zero deaths on our nation’s highways. This document provides insight into that plan.
  Screenshot: Cover of NCHRP Report 500 A Guide for Reducing Collisions

NCHRP Report 500: A Guide for Reducing Collisions related to these RwD crash types:

Vol. 3: Trees
Vol. 4: Head-on
Vol. 6: Run-off-Road
Vol. 7: Horizontal Curves
Vol. 8: Utility Poles
Vol. 14: Drowsy and Distracted Drivers
Vol. 20: Head-on (Freeways)

 
Screenshot: Cover of Best Practices in Lane-Depature Avoidance and Traffic Calming

Best Practices in Lane-Departure Avoidance and Traffic Calming
This report identifies low-cost, engineering countermeasures to reduce RwD crashes on high-speed rural roadways.

  Screenshot: Cover of NCHRP Web Document 33: Strategies for Improving Roadside Safety

NCHRP Web Document 33: Strategies for Improving Roadside Safety

Research Results Digest 220 (1997)

Final Report (2001)

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