TRB Special Report 254 - Managing Speed: Review of Current Practices for Setting and Enforcing Speed Limits reviews practices for setting and enforcing speed limits on all types of roads and provides guidance to state and local governments on appropriate methods of setting speed limits and related enforcement strategies. Following an executive summary, the report is presented in six chapters and five appendices.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1: Introduction||15-35|
|Chapter 2: Effects of Speed||36-76|
|Chapter 3: Managing Speeds: Speed Limits||77-138|
|Chapter 4: Speed Enforcement and Adjudication||139-165|
|Chapter 5: Other Speed Management Strategies||166-185|
|Chapter 6: Guidance on Setting and Enforcing Speed Limits||186-214|
|Appendix A: Trade-Off Decisions in Selecting Driving Speeds||215-220|
|Appendix B: Speed and Crashes: A Controlversial Topic and an Elusive Relationship||221-276|
|Appendix C: Effect of Speed Limits on Speed Distributions and Highway Safety||277-358|
|Appendix D: Review of Automated Technologies for Speed Management and Enforcement||359-390|
|Appendix E: Glossary||391-418|
|Study Committee Biographical Information||419-428|
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