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Título: Roadway Safety: Identifying Needs and ...
Editorial: Momentum Press
Condición del libro: New
This book introduces the basics of safety needs identification, countermeasure selection, and implementation of treatments designed to reduce the number of roadway crashes and resulting injuries and fatalities. It describes the current state of the practice and research regarding finding roadway safety issues, choosing treatments, and implementing their installation. The book also focuses on crashes occurring at intersections, work zones, and as the result of a lane departure.About the Author:
Brian Chandler brings to this text a rare combination of field and leadership experience, serving as a traffic safety and traffic operations engineer for the State of Missouri, Federal Highway Administration, and as a consultant. Mr. Chandler holds professional engineer registrations in Arizona, Connecticut, Missouri, and Washington. He is a certified professional traffic operations engineer through the Transportation Professional Certifications Board, Inc. Mr. Chandler is a member of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, where he serves on the Transportation Safety Council Executive Committee. He also serves as a member of the Transportation Research Board's Committee AFB20, Roadside Safety Design.
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