Getting Started - Page 5 of 5
The computational procedures of the Highway Capacity Manual are complex,
often including a number of default values or assumptions that need to be
understood (and sometimes modified) if the procedures are to be applied
correctly to specific problems.
This case study
presents, and hopefully clarifies, a number of technical issues that often
arise in the application of chapters 15, 16, and 17 of the HCM. A
searchable index of the issues and important key words addressed in this and
other case studies within the HCMAG is provided near the bottom of the table
of contents located in the left margin of this page and labeled as "Search".
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