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Main Title HCM 2010 : highway capacity manual.
Publisher Transportation Research Board,
Year Published 2010
OCLC Number 712227600
ISBN 9780309160773; 0309160774; 9780309160780; 0309160782; 9780309160797; 0309160790; 9780309160803; 0309160804
Subjects Highway capacity--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Traffic flow--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Traffic engineering--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Traffic estimation--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Highway planning--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Highway engineering--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Roads--Design and construction--Evaluation--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Urban transportation--Planning--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; City traffic--Evaluation--Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Streets--Design and construction--Evaluation--Handbooks, manuals, etc
Internet Access
Description Access URL
Volume 4
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJBR CORE HE336.H48H54 2010 v.1-3 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 10/20/2011
Edition 5th ed.
Collation 4 volumes : illustrations ; 30 cm
Volumes 1-3 loose-leaf for updating. "Volume 4 is an electronic-only volume that registered HCM users will be able to access over the Internet. This volume includes four types of content: supplemental chapters on methodological details and emerging issues; interpretations, clarifications, and corrections; comprehensive case studies; and a technical reference library. HCM 2010 is produced in U.S. customary units only. There is no CD-ROM or other electronic version of the contents of Volumes 1 through 3"--Transportation Research Board website. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Notes
v. 1. Concepts -- v. 2. Uninterrupted flow -- v. 3. Interrupted flow -- v. 4. Applications guide (electronic only). "HCM2010, which updates HCM2000, will significantly enhance how engineers and planners assess the traffic and environmental effects of highway projects by: providing an integrated multimodal approach to the analysis and evaluation of urban streets from the points of view of automobile drivers, transit passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians; addressing the proper application of micro-simulation analysis and the evaluation of those results; examining active traffic management in relation to both demand and capacity; and exploring specific tools and generalized service volume tables, to assist planners in quickly sizing future facilities"--Transportation Research Board website.