Category Archives: Access Management

Sain Leaders Help ALDOT ‘Access’ Training

By Jim Meads, P.E., President/CEO As you are driving down the road, flicking on your turn signal to enter a turning lane, you are likely not thinking about why that turn lane is there, when the intersection behind you didn’t … Continue reading

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Statewide Access Management Standards to Streamline Process

By Jeff Stephenson, P.E., PTOE Access management is defined as the planning, design, and implementation of various land use and transportation strategies to maintain traffic flow and safety along a primary roadway – linking appropriate access design to roadway function. 

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Access Management, Part 2: What Sain is doing

By Scott Cothron, PE, Project Manager Last week we defined access management, and discussed why it’s so important. Research conducted by recognized transportation entities such as the Texas Transportation Institute and others note effective access management has shown positive results … Continue reading

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Access Management, Part 1: What is it?

By Scott Cothron, PE, Project Manager How can we improve travel times, reduce traffic crashes and congestion, preserve property values and preserve street capacity? Access management. Defined as the planning, design and implementation of various land use and transportation strategies … Continue reading

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