CMF / CRF Details

CMF ID: 7986

Install a traffic signal

Description:

Prior Condition: Intersections with a stop sign on minor roads

Category: Intersection traffic control

Study: Safety Evaluation of Signal Installation With and Without Left Turn Lanes on Two Lane Roads in Rural and Suburban Areas, Srinivasan et al., 2014

 
Star Quality Rating: 4 Stars   [View score details]
Rating Points Total: 125
Crash Modification Factor (CMF)
Value: 0.642
Adjusted Standard Error:
Unadjusted Standard Error: 0.048
Crash Reduction Factor (CRF)
Value: 35.8   (This value indicates a decrease in crashes)
Adjusted Standard Error:
Unadjusted Standard Error: 4.8
Applicability
Crash Type: All
Crash Severity: K (fatal),A (serious injury),B (minor injury),C (possible injury)
Roadway Types: Not specified
Street Type:
Minimum Number of Lanes: 2
Maximum Number of Lanes: 2
Number of Lanes Direction:
Number of Lanes Comment:
Crash Weather: Not specified
Road Division Type:
Minimum Speed Limit:
Maximum Speed Limit:
Speed Unit:
Speed Limit Comment:
Area Type: All
Traffic Volume:
Average Traffic Volume:
Time of Day: All
If countermeasure is intersection-based
Intersection Type: Not specified
Intersection Geometry: 3-leg,4-leg
Traffic Control: Stop-controlled
Major Road Traffic Volume: Minimum of 2480 to Maximum of 18025 Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)
Minor Road Traffic Volume: Minimum of 746 to Maximum of 6829 Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)
Average Major Road Volume : 9778 Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)
Average Minor Road Volume : 5767 Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)
Development Details
Date Range of Data Used: 1992 to 2012
Municipality:
State: NC
Country:
Type of Methodology Used: Before/after using empirical Bayes or full Bayes
Sample Size (crashes): 457 crashes before, 255 crashes after
Sample Size (sites): 50 sites before, 50 sites after
Sample Size (site-years): 243 site-years before, 240 site-years after
Other Details
Included in Highway Safety Manual? No
Date Added to Clearinghouse: Nov-10-2016
Comments: The CMF was developed for both rural and suburban areas.