Corpus ID: 115540613

STATISTICAL MODELS OF AT-GRADE INTERSECTION ACCIDENTS - ADDENDUM

@inproceedings{Bauer2000STATISTICALMO,
  title={STATISTICAL MODELS OF AT-GRADE INTERSECTION ACCIDENTS - ADDENDUM},
  author={Karin M. Bauer and Douglas W. Harwood},
  year={2000}
}
This report is an addendum to the work published in FHWA-RD-96-125 titled "Statistical Models of At-Grade Intersection Accidents." The objective of both research studies was to develop statistical models of the relationship between traffic accidents and highway geometric elements for at-grade intersections. While the previously published report used only multiple-vehicle accidents in developing predictive models, this addendum presents models based on all collision types (including both… Expand
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