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TABLE 14: SUMMARY OF CITIES AND DEVICESREVIRWED STATE OF THE ART SEARCH Jurisdiction

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Fort Worth, Texas St. Joseph, Michigan Boston, Massachusetts Pittsburgh, PA Inglewood. CA Traverse Citv. Michiean Claremont, CA Campbell, CA Dartmouth. Canada Omaha. Nebraska Davis, CA Akron, Ohio Torrance. CA Beverlv Hills. CA Detroit, Michigan Oklahoma Citv, OK Simi Vallev. CA Santa Cruz, CA Buena Park, CA Redondo Beach, CA Alexandria. VA Halifax, Nova Scotia Oakville, Canada Littleton. ‘ Colorado Tampa, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Dallas, Texas ’ Dayton, Ohio Cambridge, MA San Luis Obispo, CA Sacramento, CA New Haven, CT New Orleans, LA Philadelphia, PA Rochester. NY Toledo, OH St. Petersburg, Florida Washington, D.C.
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TABLE 14: Summery of Cities end Devices Reviewed . ._

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San Jose, CA Sacramento Co., CA Cuuertino. CA Saratoga. CA Carson, CA Covina, CA Cvorus, CA Downev. CA Glendale, CA Hawthorne, CA Huntinnton Beach, CA Irvine. CA Los Angeles, CA Norwalk, CA Pasadena, CA Placentia, CA Rancho-Palos Verdes, CA South Pasadena. CA Whittier. CA Oakland, CA San Diego, CA Belmont, CA San Mateo. CA Menlo Park, CA Lafayette, CA Richmond, CA Albany, CA Redwood City, CA Walnut Creek, CA Pleasant Hill, CA Skokie, Illinois Columbus, Ohio Louisville, KY Hartford, CT Chicago, Illinois Minneapolis, Minnesota Grand Rapids, Michigan Metuchen, NJ
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TABLE 14: Sunuaary of Cittes and Devices Reviewed

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Buffalo, NY Concord, MA Flint, Michigan Houston, Texas Keane. NH Memphis, Tennessee Miami, Florida Nashville. Tennessee Isla Vista, CA Aurora, CA Charlotte. NC Cleveland, Ohio Berkeley, CA Decatur, Illinois El Paso. Texas Farmington, Utah Hampton, VA Kalamazoo, Michinan Kansas Citv. MO Lake dswego, OR Madisbn, Wisconsin Norfolk, VA Palo Alto. CA Rockv’ Mount. NC St. Louis, MO St. Pa& Minnesota Salt Lake. Utah San Francisco, CA Santa Ana. CA Seattle.-WA Shaker Heights, Ohid Springfield, MA Vancouver, BC Visalia. CA Wichita, Kansas Toronto, Ontario Concord, CA
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Eugene, OR Toliet. Illinois Portland, OR Baltimore, MD _ Tqcsgn, AZ
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Note: Table 14 is by no means a complete summary of all jurisdictions believed to be using various devices cited. It is simply a notation of those neighborhood traffic control devices observed or reported in the above North American conimunities which comprise the data base for this State-of-the-Art report. Many more North American jurisdictions are believed using some of these devices for neighbbrhood traffic control purposes. Jurisdictions cited above may alsp use other devices not indicated on the table. Some devices indicated above are test installations subsequently removed.

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GOVERNMENT

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The Offices of Research and Development (R&D) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) are responsible for a broad program of staff and contract research and development and a Federal-aid program, conducted by or through the State highway transportation agencies, that includes the Highway Planning and Research (HP&R) program and the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) managed by the Transportation Research Board. The F6P is a carefully selected group of projects that uses research and development resources to obtain timely solutions to urgent national highway engineering problems.* The diagonal double stripe on the cover of this report represents a highway and is color-coded to identify the FCP category that the report falls under. A red stripe is used for category 1, dark blue for category 2, light blue for category 3, brown for category 4, gray for category 5, green for categories 6 and 7, and an orange stripe identifies category 0. FCP Cm2gor-y Dem-iptiom

the quality of the human environment. The goals are reduction of adverse highway and traffic impacts, and protection and enhancement of the environment. 4. Improved DWibilit y Materials Utilization amd

Materials R&D is concerned with expanding the knowledge and technology of materials properties, using available natural materials, improving structural foundation materials, recycling highway materials, converting industrial wastes into useful highway products, developing extender or substitute materials for those in short supply, and developing more rapid and reliable testing procedures. The goals are lower highway construction costs and extended maintenance-free operation. 5. Irmproved Desigm to Reduce Coats, Ewtemd Life Expectamcy, amd Imsure Structural S&?tgr Structural R&D is concerned with furthering the latest technological advances in structural and hydraulic designs, fabrication processes, and construction techniques to provide safe, efficient highways at reasonable costs. 6. hmproved
Cometrncdom

k. Improved Highway Deeigm and Open-horn for §afety Safety R&D addresses problems associated with the responsibilities of the FHWA under the Highway Safety Act and includes investigation of appropriate design standards, roadside hardware, signing, and physical and scientific data for the formulation of improved safety regulations. 2. Reduetiom of Traffic Comgestiom, amd hproved Operatiomal Effieiemcy Traffic R&D is concerned with increasing the operational efficiency of existing highways by advancing technology, by improving designs for existing as well as new facilities, and by balancing the demand-capacity relationship through traffic management techniques such as bus and carpool preferential treatment, motorist information, and rerouting of traffic. 3. Emviromm~emtal @om&deratiom~ im Highway Desigm, Locatiom, Comstructiom, amd Operatiom Environmental R&D is directed toward identifying and evaluating highway elements that affect
l The completa seven-volume official statement of the FCP is available from the National Technical Information Service, Springfkld. Va. 22161. Single copies of the introductory volume are available without charge from Program Analysis (HRD-3), Offices of Research and Development, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, D.C. 20590.

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Highway

This category is concerned with the research, development, and implementation of highway construction technology to increase productivity, reduce energy consumption, conserve dwindling resources, and reduce costs while improving the quality and methods of construction. 7. hproved Techmology Maimtemamee for Highway

This category addresses problems in preserving the Nation’ highways and includes activities in s physical maintenance, traffic services, management, and equipment. The goal is to maximize operational efficiency and safety to the traveling public while conserving resources. 0. Other New Studies This category, not included in the seven-volume official statement of the FCP, is concerned with HP&R and NCXRP studies not specifically related to FCP projects. These studies involve R&D support of other FHWA program office research.

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