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Development of Guidelines for Operationally Effective Raised Medians and the Use of Alternative Movements on Urban Roadways

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2013 ... by Yi Qi [and seven others] The development of raised medians is an important access management technique commonly used in urban settings. It can be used to control or restrict mid-block left turns, U-turns or crossing maneuvers for implementing of alternative left-turn/U-turn movements. The objective of this research

6644-1 [TSU] ... FHWA/TX-13/0-6644-1

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0-6644, Development of Guidelines for Operationally Effective Raised Medians and the Use of Alternative Movements on Urban Roadways

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2013 ... Research Supervisor: Yi Qi; Researchers: Xiaoming Chen [and six others] "The development of raised medians is an important access management technique commonly used in urban settings. Currently, there are limited official guidelines available for practitioners in design and implementation of raised medians. In addition,

6644 PSR [TSU] ... 0-6644-S ... Project Summary Report

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Four-Dimensional Modeling for TxDOT Dallas District

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2011 ... Nabeel Khwaja, William O'Brien, Cameron Schmeits, Jean Goyat, Kristopher Pruner 3D/4D modeling has been adopted for use in the building construction industry relatively quickly, however, its use in highway construction has been limited at best. Center for Transportation Research has been using 3D/4D modeling on

Poster 2011 CTR Symp: Khwaja

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