Documented IHSDM Applications

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IHSDM applications that have been documented and are publicly available include:


For the Pennsylvania DOT and the FHWA Pennsylvania Division Office: "Pennsylvania’s Use of IHSDM for a Safety Analysis of Freeway Interchange Design Alternatives on I-70" - presented at the 2016 TRB Annual Meeting


South Dakota State University and North Dakota State University (for the North Dakota DOT and FHWA): "Evaluating Local and Tribal Rural Road Design with the IHSDM"; Report published in September 2013 - presented at the 2014 TRB Annual Meeting


Louisiana DOTD: "Applying the Highway Safety Manual in NEPA using IHSDM"; presented at the 2013 TRB Annual Meeting


Kansas DOT: "Designing to a Budget and More: Use of the Highway Safety Manual at the Kansas Department of Transportation"; presented at the 2013 TRB Annual Meeting


Nevada DOT: "HSM PILOT PROJECT: SR 147- SAFETY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION"; presented at the 2013 TRB Annual Meeting


Arizona DOT: "Application of HSM Predictive Method and IHSDM to Design Decision-Making – An Arizona Case Study"; presented at the 2013 TRB Annual Meeting


California DOT: "Quantitative Road Safety Analysis in Value Engineering: A Case Study"; presented at the 2013 TRB Annual Meeting


Idaho DOT: "Using HSM Predictive Methods for a Corridor Study in Idaho"; presented at the 2012 TRB Annual Meeting


• Fernan Lake Road Improvement Project Final Environmental Impact Statement FHWA’s Western Federal Lands Highway Division Office, Publication Number FHWA-ID-EIS-04-1-F. (Used IHSDM’s Crash Prediction Module to evaluate the relative safety impacts of alternatives in the NEPA process.)


• “Appraisal of the Interactive Highway Safety Design Model’s Crash Prediction and Design Consistency Module Results: Case Studies from Pennsylvania,” by E.T. Donnell et al. (presented at the 86th Annual TRB Meeting, January 2007, Washington, D.C.)


• “Integrating Highway Alignment Design Capability to the Interactive Highway Safety Design Model (IHSDM): A Two-Lane Highway Case Study,” by A. Maji, M.K. Jha and W. Kuhn (presented at the 85th Annual TRB Meeting, January 2006, Washington, D.C.)


• “Application of the IHSDM: A Case Study,” by J. Bansen and K. Passetti (presented at the TRB 3rd International Symposium on Highway Geometric Design, July 2005, Chicago, IL)


• “Alignment Indices as a Tool to Evaluate Safety and Design Consistency in Two Lane Rural Roads,” by M. Castro, J.M. Pardillo-Mayora and J.F. Sanchez (presented at the TRB 3rd International Symposium on Highway Geometric Design, July 2005, Chicago, IL)


• “Experience Using Interactive Highway Safety Design Model (IHSDM) To Evaluate Alternatives For A Rural Mountainous Two-Lane Highway 3R Project,” by R. Kinney (presented at 2005 ITE District 6 Annual Meeting, Kalispell, MT)


• “Programming Safety Improvements on Pavement Resurfacing, Restoration, and Rehabilitation Projects,” by C. Grile, K.M. Hunter-Zaworski and C.M. Monsere (presented at the 84th Annual TRB Meeting, January 2005, Washington, D.C.)


• “IHSDM in the Fernan Lake Road EIS,” S. Aftab (presented at the FHWA-WFLHD Winter Conference, February 2004)


• “Application of Highway Crash Frequency Prediction Model for Highway Transportation Planning,” by Hong Zhang (presented at the 9th TRB Conference on the Application of Transportation Planning Methods, April 2003, Baton Rouge, LA)