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An analysis of the effectiveness of electronic stability control (ESC) at reducing single-vehicle crashes in passenger cars and SUVs (1997-2002 crash data from five States) suggested that single-vehicle crashes were reduced by 35 percent for passenge

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Based on all police-reported crashes in 7 states over 2 years, electronic stability control (ESC) reduced single-vehicle crash involvement risk by approximately 41 percent and single-vehicle injury crash involvement risk by 41 percent.

Notes:Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, and Utah
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Final Report of the FORETELL Consortium Operational Test: Weather Information for Surface Transportation

SURVEY METHODS Surveys were collected before and after deployment to determine the impact of FORETELL on the individual weather-related activities of users. In November 1999, baseline data were…
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Costs to deploy Intersection Collision Warning Systems range from $9,000 to $142,500 depending on number of lanes and if systems are post or overhead mounted.

FHWA organized a pooled fund study of 40 States to evaluate low-cost safety strategies as part of its strategic highway safety effort. One of the strategies selected for evaluation in three states…
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