Selection Tool

How the Tool Works
The selection tool is designed to receive input on several variables from the user in three steps.

Step One: Choose the Location
First, enter the location of the site in question. This allows the user to create reports for several different sites and keep the results separated by location. It is used for reporting purposes only and is not stored permanently by the operators of this web site.

Step Two: Select the Goal of the Treatment
Second, one must decide on the goal of the treatment. It may either be to acheive a specific performance objective, such as reduce traffic volumes, or to mitigate a specific type of pedestrian-motor vehicle collision.

Step Three: Describe the Site
Once a specific goal has been selected, the third step is to provide answers to a series of questions related to the geometric and operational characteristics of the site in question. The answers to these questions are used to narrow the list of appropriate countermeasures for a specific goal. For example, if the location of interest were a segment of roadway, or midblock location, then the treatments associated with intersection improvements would not be applicable and thus, would not be included in the results as possible countermeasures.

For any question where the information is not known, an entry of "unknown" will simply retain the countermeasures relevant to the question, and the range of treatments will not be reduced.

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