The purpose of this report is to document the development of the Intersection Design Alternative Tool (IDAT) developed for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. IDAT provides an automated objective design and evaluation approach of 14 alternative intersection designs to assist in the conceptual design of at grade intersections. The tool evaluates intersection operations, safety performance, bicycle/pedestrian accommodation and has the ability to assist access management implementation.
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Stamatiadis, Nikiforos and Kirk, Adam, "Improving Intersection Design Practices Final Report - Phase I" (2010). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 64.
2012 University of Kentucky, Kentucky Transportation Center
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