Integrated management of travel corridors comprising of freeways and adjacent arterial streets can potentially improve the performance of the highway facilities. However, several research gaps exist in data collection and performance measurement, analysis tools and control strategies. In this project first we analyzed high resolution data consisting of time-stamped records of every event involving vehicles, together with the signal phase at real-world signalized intersections and developed procedures for estimating performance measures. Next, we assessed the performance of a new microscopic simulator for signalized arterials. The model predictions were in close agreement with the predictions from widely used models in practice. We also developed and applied control strategies for freeway-arterial coordinated control to avoid queue override and developed a methodology to provide estimates of the amount and impacts of freeway diverted traffic in case of no-recurrent (incident related) congestion.