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Relationship Between Corridor Management and Regional Management

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Useful to Transportation professionals at all levels (Federal, State and local)
Abstract Compares and contrasts Integrated Corridor Management and Regional Management, identifying the similarities, differences, and relationships between Integrated Corridor Management and Regional Management.
How to Use Transportation professionals at all levels involved in ICM or regional planning for operations efforts can use this document to help them understand the similarities and distinctions between concepts and terminology of regional management, regional ITS Architectures and ICM as well as how these concepts relate to each other.
Date of Publication 4/06
Publication Agency USDOT
POC Dale Thompson
USDOT
202-493-3420
dale.thompson@dot.gov
Number of Pages 12

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