The Crash Modification Factors Clearinghouse is a web-based database of CMFs along with supporting documentation to help transportation practitioners identify the most appropriate countermeasure for their safety needs.
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SafetyAnalyst is a software tool used by state agencies for highway safety management. It incorporates state-of-the-art safety management approaches into computerized analytical tools for guiding the decision-making process to identify safety improvement needs and develop a systemwide program of site-specific improvement projects. SafetyAnalyst is applicable to Part B of the HSM.
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The Interactive Highway Safety Design Model (IHSDM) is a suite of software analysis tools for evaluating safety and operational effects of geometric design decisions on highways. The IHSDM performs the predictive method for the facilities in Part C of the first edition of the HSM (i.e., two-lane, two-way rural roads, rural multilane highways, and urban and suburban arterials).
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This digest presents a summary of the data needed to use Part C of the HSM. This includes rural two-lane highways, rural multilane highways, and urban and suburban arterials.
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There are spreadsheets and the Enhanced Interchange Safety Analysis Tool (ISAT) and Users Manual to help new users understand how to apply the predictive method included in Part C of the HSM. The spreadsheets demonstrate the crash prediction procedure for rural two-lane two-way roads (HSM Chapter 10), rural multilane highways (HSM Chapter 11), and urban and suburban arterials (HSM Chapter 12). The ISAT can be used to evaluate freeway and interchange safety.
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