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Longer and/or longer and heavier good vehicles (LHVs): a study of the likely effects if permitted in the UK: final report
Goods vehicles that are longer and/or longer and heavier (abbreviated as LHVs in this report) than those currently permitted in the United Kingdom (UK) are in use, under trial, or being considered,Expand
Assessment of the accuracy and classification of weigh-in-motion systems. Part 2: European specification
This is the second part of a two-part paper which addresses the issue of accuracy in weigh-in-motion (WIM) systems. The first part develops the statistical background necessary for any system ofExpand
EVALUATION OF A MULTIPLE-SENSOR WEIGH-IN-MOTION SYSTEM
Weigh-in-motion (WIM) systems are devices which measure the loads imposed by the axles of vehicles travelling at normal highway speeds. Their main limitation is their poor accuracy in determiningExpand
ENFORCEMENT APPLICATIONS OF WEIGH-IN-MOTION
This paper considers enforcement applications of weigh-in-motion (WIM) systems. These include the use of high-speed WIM (HS-WIM) systems to select vehicles for enforcement weighing, to monitorExpand
Improving the accuracy of weigh-in-motion systems
This paper considers the design of, and initial results from, a multiple-sensor weigh-in-motion system installed in a public highway. The use of the multiple-sensor array resulted in a significantExpand
GOODS VEHICLE TRIP GENERATION AND ATTRACTION BY INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL PREMISES
A comprehensive study has been made of the goods vehicle traffic generation and attraction of a wide range of industrial and commercial firms using a postal questionnaire data collection technique.Expand
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IMPACTS OF INCREASED GOODS VEHICLE WEIGHT LIMITS. A EUROPEAN CASE STUDY
This paper reviews the effects of changes in the allowable weights and dimensions of goods vehicles on the composition of the United Kingdom goods vehicle fleet, and the carriage of goods by road. ItExpand
GOODS VEHICLE OVERLOADING AND ROAD WEAR: RESULTS FROM TEN ROADSIDE SURVEYS (1980-1986)
Ten roadside surveys of goods vehicles (over 3.5 tonnes maximum permitted gross weight) were conducted by TRRL between 1980 and 1986 on motorways and trunk roads in Great Britain. Over 12000 vehiclesExpand
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