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Traffic studies guide engineers in designing road networks to ensure smooth traffic flow and public safety. Such studies assess the need for traffic control devices to manage vehicle flow safely and efficiently. This is crucial at intersections which pose high risks of collision and congestion. A traffic analysis at the intersection of Island Grove and E 2nd Street on the FM-4 roadway in Cleburne, TX was conducted to evaluate the sufficiency of the current traffic control device. TxDOT warrants and standards and a field study were utilized and performed to justify the substitution for a traffic signal at the intersection. Based on the data and criteria warrants, the intersection’s current traffic control device is sufficient to manage the volume of traffic. Although no changes are to be made for the intersection, the study emphasizes the properly planned design and safety of the intersection.


Civil Engineering | Transportation Engineering

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Tamer Eljufout


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