Passing Bays: a Cost-effective Solution to Reconcile Agricultural Vehicles with Through Traffic on Major Roads?

@inproceedings{Jaarsma2006PassingBA,
  title={Passing Bays: a Cost-effective Solution to Reconcile Agricultural Vehicles with Through Traffic on Major Roads?},
  author={C. F. Jaarsma and Hielke D. Regnerus and Raoul Beunen},
  year={2006}
}
Introduction Although drivers of agricultural vehicles (AVs) mainly use minor rural roads, it is not always possible for them to avoid arterial highways (two-lane roads with one carriageway and forbidden to bicycles and mopeds). These arterial highways are designed for large volumes of through motorized traffic with high speeds. A slow-moving and relatively heavy AV is an “intruder’’ here because it creates safety risks and delays for other motorized drivers. In order to reduce these problems… CONTINUE READING

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