Highway maintenance safety, support and services.

Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2003.
vii, 155 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.


  • "A peer-reviewed publication of the Transportation Research Board."
  • "Papers .... presented at the TRB 82nd Annual Meeting in January 2003"--P. vii.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Part 1, Safety: Deployment of smart work zone technology in Arkansas / Lorie H. Tudor, Alan Meadors, Robert Plant
  • Guidelines for application of portable work zone intelligent transportation systems / Michael D. Fontaine
  • Diversion from a rural work zone with traffic-responsive variable message signage system / Alan J. Horowitz, Ian Weisser, Thomas Notbohm
  • Theoretical approach to predicting traffic queues at short-term work zones on high-volume roadways in urban areas / Gerald L. Ullman, Conrad L. Dudek
  • Spacing of law enforcement pullout areas in highway work zones / Steven D. Schrock, Gerald Ullman
  • Evaluating speed-reduction strategies for highway work zones / Chunyan Wang, Karen K. Dixon, David Jared.
  • Part 2, Support: Capturing effects of maintenance practices in highway asset valuation : replacement-cost approach versus book-value method / Poovadol Sirirangsi, Adjo Amekudzi, Pannapa Herabat
  • Case study of highway maintenance management : Ohio's county work plans / William C. Lozier, Mary Ellen Kimberlin, Robin L. Grant
  • Computerized equipment replacement methodology / José Weissmann, Angela Jannini Weissmann, Srinivas Gona.
  • Part 3, Services: Performance measures for winter operations / Teresa M. Adams [and four others]
  • Predicting weather and road conditions : integrated decision-support tool for winter road-maintenance operations / William P. Mahoney, William L. Myers
  • Relationship between winter road-surface conditions and vehicular motion : measurements by probe vehicles equipped with Global Positioning System / Takashi Nakatsuji, Akira Kawamura
  • More effective winter maintenance method for cycleways / A. Bergström
  • Evaluation of performance of permanent pavement markings / Neville A. Parker, Massawe S.J. Meja
  • Developing updated minimum in-service retroreflectivity levels for traffic signs / Paul J. Carlson [and four others]
  • Nighttime visibility and retroreflectance of pavement markings in dry, wet, and rainy conditions / Thomas Schnell, Fuat Aktan, Yi-Ching Lee.
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  • 9780309085571 ((pbk.))
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