Access Management (AM) is a set of techniques that State and local governments can use to control access to highways, major arterials, and other roadways. The benefits of access management include improved movement of traffic, reduced crashes, and fewer vehicle conflicts. For more information, please visit the links below:
10th National Access Management Conference
The 10th National Access Management Conference is scheduled for the summer of 2012 in Dallas, Texas. The biennial conferences are sponsored by the Transportation Research Board's Access Management Committee. The conferences bring together planners, engineers, developers, consultants, and academia, to discuss current practices and case studies. For information on past and future conferences, please visit www.accessmanagement.info.
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