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Smart Corridor Evaluation Plan: Conceptual Design

  • Author(s): Miller, Mark
  • Khattak, Asad
  • Hall, Randolph
  • Giuliano, Genevieve
  • Moore, James
  • Wachs, Martin
  • et al.

This report presents the Conceptual Design Plan for evaluating the effectiveness of the Smart Corridor Demonstration Project. The specific objectives of this report are to: 1) develop a conceptual structure for the Smart Corridor evaluation, 2) define evaluation data requirements and collection procedures, and 3) select and/or develop data reduction and data analysis methodologies. Overall, the Smart Corridor is designed to obtain improved utilization of existing roadway facilities, both freeway and arterial, through the use of Advanced Traveler Information Systems ( ATIS) and Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS), through improved inter-agency coordination, and through better use of conventional traffic management strategies.

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