Adaptive Roadway Lighting: Implementation Guidelines and Design Criteria

Joanne Hodges (Editor)

Series: Transportation Infrastructure – Roads, Highways, Bridges, Airports and Mass Transit
BISAC: TEC009140

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This book provides guidelines for the implementation of an adaptive lighting system for roadway lighting. Based on the analysis of crashes and lighting performance, a series of criteria and the associated design levels have been developed to provide an approach for light level selection and the adjustability of the light level based on the needs of the driving environment. The application, the technology needs, the benefit cost, the legal implications of adaptive lighting, as well as the data, the analysis, and the developed methodology are all considered in this book.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface
p. vii

Chapter 1
Guidelines for the Implementation of Reduced Lighting on Roadways
(Ronald Gibbons, Feng Guo, Alejandra Medina, Travis Terry, Jianhe Du, Paul Lutkevich, David Corkum, and Peter Vetere)
pp. 1-37

Chapter 2
Design Criteria for Adaptive Roadway Lighting
(Ronald Gibbons. Feng Guo, Alejandra Medina, Travis Terry, Jianhe Du, Paul Lutkevich, and Qing Li)
pp. 39-102

Index
pp. 103-106

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