The purpose of this study was to provide information concerning the accident histories of various median types to verify minimum requirements for width and cross section. Previous accident studies failed to disclose significant relationships between median width and accident rates. Those studies did not recognize or control several important variables that were controlled in the present study. The efforts here are to compare median types on rural, four-lane, fully controlled access facilities with similar geometries other than median types. An attempt was made to account for some of the Variability in the accident data. Thus, this study gives information on the operational performances of several medians and offers persuading analyses with respect to the design or styling of medians.
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Garner, Gordon R., "Median Design and Accident Histories" (1970). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 987.