Modifying Traffic Distribution Patterns via Pavement Marking Enhancements and Lane Channelization on the State Street Corridor in New Albany, Indiana
Funding Agency: City of New Albany, IN
The objective of this project is to investigate how changes to traffic behaviors on State St. can improve progression and reduce delay and queue length. The project is leveraging Vissim microsimulation software to determine vehicle behaviors and geometric configurations that lead to reduced delays compared to existing conditions. Signage and lane markings will then be used to implement the findings. A Before-After study will quantify the effects after implementation.
Statewide Linkage of Crash, EMS, and Trauma Center Records
Funding Agency: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
In this project, data from three sources will be link for improved traffic safety assessments. Crash data from KY State Police, Emergency Medical Services Data from Kentucky Board of EMS, and State Trauma Registry data from Kentucky Injury Prevention Research Center, are to be linked using a heuristic framework developed within the scope of this project.