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Use of Traffic Channelization Devices at Highway-Rail Grade Crossings

Document Series
Research Results
Author
Suzanne M. Horton
Report Number
RR10-03
Office
RPD-33
Subject Grade Crossing Technology, Highway-Rail Grade Crossings
Keywords
Traffic channelization devices, median barriers, highway-rail grade crossings, railroad safety

Researchers summarized the use of channelization devices (barriers that physically separate lanes) as a cost-effective way to reduce violations at grade crossings.


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