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Designing Roads that Guide Drivers to Choose Safer Speeds

27 January 2010

The Connecticut Department of Transportation has released a report that examines road characteristics that influence the actual travel speeds chosen by drivers, to help identify appropriate improvements that could improve road safety. Available from TRB

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