Transportation agencies differ widely in their analysis resources and capabilities. This article is designed to provide tools and guidance for agencies
This article provides detailed instructions for carrying out the six steps required to assess productivity impacts of transportation projects.
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Project Background The Strategic Highway Research Program II (SHRP2), Capacity Project C03 was entitled: Interactions between Transportation Capacity
New Tool for Estimating Economic Impacts of Transportation Projects: Transportation Project Impact Case Studies (T-PICS)
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The selection of electric vehicles is currently increasing rapidly and, at the same time, the prices of the individual models are also falling.
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