2017 was a great year for MikeOnTraffic and we want to share our readers’ favorite articles from last year. Take a closer look at these articles you may have missed.
Back-in angle parking has many benefits including providing drivers with a better view of vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians. Read more about the pros and cons of this parking design.
A recent case study where we developed a traffic control plan at a local elementary school to minimize the dangers of kids walking between cars.
Over the years we’ve worked closely with many developers. Here are the top 10 mistakes we see developers make with traffic issues.
Here’s what we learned about responding to roundabout concerns from our trip to the 2017 Joint ITE/CITE Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Toronto.
Here’s how the 85th percentile is determined on the roadway. Be sure to check out our collection of useful resources and more on the 85th percentile.
Analyzing bumpouts (curb extensions) to determine if they enhance pedestrian safety while crossing at signalized and uncontrolled intersections.
Reduced Conflict Intersections balance traffic safety and operation. We discuss the Restricted Crossing U-Turn, an intersection design you need to see.
Mythbusters set up an experiment to determine which intersection works better – 4 Way Stop Signs or Roundabouts – check out the ten minute YouTube video.
How do you determine if traffic signals are justified? Warrants can help. We share our tips and tricks to consider when evaluating traffic signal warrants.
The background, benefits, limitations, design guidelines, and further resources you should know for designing stop sign installations.