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Collision Diagram Roadway Layout Module (Item# A-17)

 

Figure A-17A: Collision Diagram Roadway Layout Module Sample Output

 

Features:

         AIMS can generate a roadway layout map from your centerline GIS map, or we can use your layout map.

         You can plot both intersection and mid-block collision diagrams directly on a map with roadway layout.

         Mid-block collisions are plotted at locations relative to the distances or mileposts. Intersection collisions are plotted at the intersection.

         To plot them, you can select locations from the map, from a list, or type the locations out.

         You can select locations from the map by drawing one or more areas of any shapes on the map.

         You can zoom-in to see the collision diagram in detail. You can zoom out to see the roadway layout of the surrounding areas.

         Figure A-17A is a zoom-out view. It shows the roadway layout of the surrounding areas. The collision diagrams may appear as dots and lines in this view.

         The collision diagrams are sharp and clear when you zoom-in, because they are plotted in vector format.

         You can zoom-in more between locations A and B to see more details of the collisions, as shown in Figure A-17B.

         Figure A-17C is a zoom-in view at intersection A. It shows a typical intersection collision diagram.

         Figure A-17D is a zoom-in view around location B. It shows a typical mid-block collision diagram.

         Figure A-17E plots collisions at intersection A only. It shows a more zoom-out view of intersection A than that of Figure A-17C. It shows more roadway layout of the surrounding than that of Figure A-17C. (Note: Figure A-17C and Figure A-17E show the same intersection, however, Figure A-17C has more zoom-in level than Figure 17A-E.)

         You can plot collision diagrams for up to a hundred intersections and mid-block locations.

         You can label each collision with any or all of the following: date, time, day of week, weather, pavement condition, accident identification number, vehicle travel directions and collision type. (The label will look like Figure A-02 in Collision Diagram Module.)

         If you order the Accident Report Image Module (Item A-11), when you click a plotted symbol, AIMS will display the scanned accident report image corresponding to the plotted symbol (see Figure A-11A).


 

Figure A-17B: Mid-Block Collision Diagrams With Roadway Layout (Zoom-in View Between A and B of

Figure A-17A)


Figure A-17C: Intersection Collision Diagram With Roadway Layout (Zoom-in View of Location A in Figure A-17A)

 

Figure A-17D: Mid-Block Collision Diagram With Roadway Layout (Zoom-in View of Location B in Figure A-17A)

 

Figure A-17E: Plotting Collisions for Intersection A Only, With A More Zoom-Out View Than Figure A-17C,

Showing More Roadway Layout Of The Surrounding Than FigureA-17C

 

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