The City of Rockville was looking to improve safety and multimodality for Beall Avenue from North Washington Street to Hungerford Drive. This avenue faced challenges with high vehicular speeds, and the City wanted to create a more comfortable environment for all users.
Imagine being able to travel from Raleigh to Washington, DC by train in 4 hours. This could become a reality as the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) works hard to restore intercity passenger rail service and complete the Southeast Rail Corridor, by addressing the S-Line missing link. This ambitious effort includes a large-scale multi-jurisdictional visioning effort aimed at understanding and exploring how transit can positively impact the diverse communities along the S-Line, and more importantly, how these communities can prepare and leverage the benefits of transit.
Caltrans sought assistance to lay out a plan for calibrating the Highway Safety Manual’s (HSM) safety performance functions. The calibration allows Safety Performance Functions (SPF) developed with data from one jurisdiction to be applied more accurately in a new jurisdiction.