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Safe Main Street Highways Part II: Analyses of Collisions Involving Pedestrians and Bicyclists in Washington State
This project contributes to the Washington State Strategic Highway Safety Plan, whose goals are to achieve zero road fatality and serious injury by 2030 and to reduce the number of pedestrians and bicyclists involved in motor-vehicle collisions on state highways. The study focused on “main street highways” (MSHs), which are ...
Guidelines for Pervious Concrete Sidewalks, Parking Lots, and Shared-Use Paths to Improve Driver, Biker, and Pedestrian Safety
The surface frictional properties of pervious concrete (PC) slabs were evaluated by using a British Pendulum Tester (BPT) with two different rubber sliders that represented driver and pedestrian users. The volumetric air content at the finished surface of the slabs was quantified by image analysis to identify any ...