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Integrated Corridor Management Modeling Results Report: Dallas, Minneapolis, and San Diego

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Useful to Transportation professionals interested in learning more about ICM AMS methodology and results.
Abstract This executive summary documents the analysis methodologies, tools, and performance measures used to analyze ICM strategies and presents high-level results for the successful implementation of ICM at three Pioneer Sites, including 1) the U.S. 75 corridor in Dallas, Texas; 2) the I-15 corridor in San Diego, California; and 3) the I-394 corridor in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The executive summary provides an overall summary of benefits of ICM, followed by brief descriptions of the corridors, operational conditions, and ICM strategies, analyzed, and summaries of estimated benefits for each corridor. It also provides a summary of the analysis methodology employed in the three sites, including model calibration methodology, analysis for different operational conditions, performance measures, analysis plans, and calculation of ICM benefits. Reports providing detailed summaries of analysis approaches used at each of the sites, and benefits, are also provided.
How to Use Users can read this document to learn more about the AMS methodologies employed at three Pioneer Sites and about the potential benefits of ICM.
Date of Publication 2/12
Publication Agency USDOT
POC "James Colyar FHWA 360-753-9408 James.Colyar@dot.gov"
Number of Pages 40

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