Innovative Traffic Control: Technology and Practice in Europe

International Technology Exchange Program, Federal Highway Administration

In May 1998, a team of ten U.S. traffic engineers traveled to Europe to observe innovative traffic control practices and identify those practices that could be implemented in the United States. The team members represented several different perspectives, including Federal, State, and local governments, and two research organizations.

This report describes the findings and observations resulting from the scan trip. The information obtained from the trip is organized into five chapters (Traffic Control Devices, Freeway Control, Operational Practices, Information Management, and Administrative Practices).

Filed in: Engineering, Plans and Policies

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