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Iowa's Experience with "Road Diet" Measures: Impacts on Crash Frequencies and Crash Rates Assessed Following a Bayesian Approach

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Pawlovich, M., W. Li, A. Carriquiry and T. Welch. “Iowa’s Experience with “Road Diet” Measures: Impacts on Crash Frequencies and Crash Rates Assessed Following a Bayesian Approach,“ Transportation Research Record, in review.  August 2005
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