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The HCM includes three printed volumes (Volumes 1-3) that can be purchased from the Transportation Research Board in print and electronic formats. Volume 4 is a free online resource that supports the rest of the manual. It includes:




Hcm 2010 Pdf Free Download


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No matter which of the formats is used to download and/or print, if the HDM Holder chooses to do so, the Holder is responsible for keeping their electronic and/or paper copy up to date and current. For this reason, HDM Holders are encouraged to use the on-line version of the HDM for the most current design guidance.


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Figure 3. Interaction for percent time-spent following in the major direction (Model 1) with (A) percent passing zone, (B) hourly flow (vph), (C) directional split of hourly flow (major direction), (D) % heavy vehicles (both directions), (E) free flow speed (km/h), and (F) driver's sensitivity indicator.


The FREEVAL-NC Freeway Segmentation Database contains geometric and demand information for North Carolina freeways, interstate and non-interstate, which can be imported into the FREEVAL-NC computational engine. It contains the following data:


You will find several versions of FREEVAL below. Each version is tailored to a specific set of needs. Read the description to determine which version suits your purpose. All versions of FREEVAL are free to download. Note that FREEVAL-HCM is also availble at hcmvoume4.org


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