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Sight Triangles

Jeff

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Anyone know of an easy to follow table or graph with sight triangle info. Specifically length of leg at intersection based on design speed, method of control, etc. The graphs in th egreen book are pretty confusing.

According to that, I need a 350' length of leg at a stop controlled minor approach to a major road designed at 30 mph. Can't find info for minor vs minor either.

TIA
 
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