HIGHWAY SAFETY MANUAL
30TH EDITION MATERIALS BOOK K
Th The Highway Safety Manual (H (HSM) was developed to he help measurably reduce the frequency and severity of crashes on American fre h roadways by providing tools for considering safety ro in the project development process. The HSM assists practitioners in selecting countermeasures as andprioritizing projects, comparing alternatives, and an quantifying and predicting the safety performance q of roadway elements considered in planning, design, o construction, maintenance, and operation. The c three-volume HSM features: t • Synthesis of validated highway research • Procedures for including safety in project decisions • Analytical tools for predicting impact on road safety
STANDARDSPECIFICATIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION MATERIALS AND METHODS OF SAMPLING AND TESTING
The 30th Edition Materials ials Book contains 414 materials specifications and test methods commonly used in the construction of highway facilities. The specifications have been developed and maintained by transportation departments through participation in AASHTO’s Subcommittee on Materials. In addition,pertinent ASTM specifications approved by member states are included. The book edition is organized in two volumes, Materials and Testing, and each volume has been separated into two books. The 30th Edition includes 69 revised and 10 new specs and test methods.
AASHTO PROVISIONAL STANDARDS, 2010 EDITION, WITH 7 REVISED AND 19 NEW STANDARDS
The fourteenth edition of AASHTO Provisional Standardscontains 52 provisional standards. This single-volume book may be purchased separately or as part of a set. The Materials Books and AASHTO Provisional Standards single-user CD-ROM includes all of the information found in the four-volume Materials Book, as well as the single-volume AASHTO Provisional Standards. The CD-ROM may be purchased separately or as part of a set.
Part A:Introduction, Human Factors, and Fundamentals
Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview Chapter 2: Human Factors Chapter 3: Fundamentals
Part C: Predictive Method
Chapter 10: Predictive Method for Rural, Two-Lane, Two-Way Roads Chapter 11: Predictive Method for Rural, Multilane Highways Chapter 12: Predictive Method for Urban and Suburban Arterials
Part B: Roadway Safety Management ProcessChapter 4: Network Screening Chapter 5: Diagnosis Chapter 6: Select Countermeasures Chapter 7: Economic Appraisal Chapter 8: Prioritize Projects Chapter 9: Safety Effectiveness Evaluation
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Part D: Crash Modiﬁcation Factors
Chapter 13: RoadwaySegments Chapter 14: Intersections Chapter 15: Interchanges Chapter 16: Special Facilities and Geometric Situations Chapter 17: Road Networks
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BRIDGES & STRUCTURES
GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS FOR LRFD SEISMIC BRIDGE DESIGN, WITH 2010 INTERIM REVISIONS
Covers seismic design for typical bridge types and applies to non-critical and non-essential bridges. This publication is approved...