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Integrated Corridor Management Initiative: Demonstration Phase Evaluation - Final National Evaluation Framework

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Useful to Transportation professionals interested in learning more about the methodology that will be applied to evaluate the ICM demonstration sites.
Abstract This report provides an analytical framework for evaluating the two field deployments under the USDOT ICM Initiative Demonstration Phase: the San Diego I-15 corridor deployment and the Dallas US-75 corridor deployment. The evaluation will investigate and document the investments made by both sites, including ICM-related changes in policies and procedures; document and evaluate the capabilities acquired through ICM deployment and how those capabilities were utilized; and assess the impacts of the deployments, including mobility, safety, air quality and overall benefit-cost. Institutional and organization issues and lessons learned will also be investigated. The evaluation features eight individual analyses focusing on specific ICM capabilities and types of impacts.
How to Use Users can read this report to better understand how and what aspects of the ICM demonstrations will be evaluated.
Date of Publication 5/12
Publication Agency USDOT
POC "Robert Sheehan RITA 202-366-6817 robert.sheehan@dot.gov"
Number of Pages 160

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