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"[I]ncrease in the number of lanes appear to increase traffic-related fatalities. Increased lane widths appear to be associated with increased fatalities. Increases in outside shoulder appear to be associated with a decrease in accidents. No statistical association with changes in safety is found for median widths, inside shoulder widths, and horizontal and vertical curvature."



Quote Date

2003

Attribution
Accident Analysis and Prevention

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