MOTOR VEHICLE VERSUS UTILITY POLES
The most complete solution to the problem of roadside obstacle involvement in road accidents would be to ensure that vehicles stayed on the road surface and remained under control. To find such a complete solution, however, is beyond the scope of this paper and less complete solutions are explored. It is therefore assumed that maintaining separation between vehicles and roadside obstacles is the objective and various ways of achieving this are sought. The decision making process behind the location and routing of poles is examined and possible advantages and disadvantages of alternative courses of action are discussed. /TRRL/
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- Program and Papers of the Fixed Roadside Hazards Symposium.
ARRB Group Ltd.Vermont South, Victoria Australia
- Casserly, B W
- Publication Date: 1977-10
- Features: Tables;
- Pagination: 112 p.
- Australian Road Research Board Symposium
- Publisher: ARRB Group Ltd.
- TRT Terms: Alignment; Conferences; Electricity; Guardrails; Hazards; Lighting columns; Local government agencies; Location; Motor vehicles; Obstructions (Navigation); Poles (Supports); Roadside structures; Traffic crashes; Utility poles
- Uncontrolled Terms: Separation
- ITRD Terms: 2894: Alignment; 8525: Conference; 6954: Electricity; 527: Lighting column; 192: Local authority; 9061: Location; 3312: Pole; 9150: Risk; 1686: Safety fence
- Subject Areas: Highways; Safety and Human Factors; I82: Accidents and Transport Infrastructure;
- Accession Number: 00172540
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Transport and Road Research Laboratory (TRRL)
- ISBN: 86910 168 4
- Report/Paper Numbers: Monograph, HS-024 228
- Files: ITRD, TRIS
- Created Date: Jun 28 1978 12:00AM