TOOLS FOR ASSESSING WIDER TRANSPORTATION EFFECTSStudies
TOOLS FOR ASSESSING WIDER TRANSPORTATION EFFECTS
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Transportation agencies differ widely in their analysis resources and capabilities. This article is designed to provide tools and guidance for agencies
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Studies
STEPS TO ASSESS PRODUCTIVITY IMPACTS
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This article provides detailed instructions for carrying out the six steps required to assess productivity impacts of transportation projects.
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USING PRODUCTIVITY INFORMATION TO SUPPORT TRANSPORTATION DECISIONSStudies
USING PRODUCTIVITY INFORMATION TO SUPPORT TRANSPORTATION DECISIONS
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This article presents the recommended approach for productivity impact calculation, and criteria for determining whether or not the evaluation of productivity
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ECONOMIC VALUE OF USER BENEFITSStudies
ECONOMIC VALUE OF USER BENEFITS
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The economic value of user impacts is defined as the dollar valuation of benefits in saving travel time, saving travel cost, and enhancing safety.
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Economic Impact Performance Metrics_ TYPES OF ECONOMIC METRICSStudies
Economic Impact Performance Metrics: TYPES OF ECONOMIC METRICS
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Project Background The Strategic Highway Research Program II (SHRP2), Capacity Project C03 was entitled: Interactions between Transportation Capacity
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Transportation Project Impact Case Studies (T-PICS)Studies
New Tool for Estimating Economic Impacts of Transportation Projects: Transportation Project Impact Case Studies (T-PICS)
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Strengthening the economic vitality of a region is one of the primary reasons for investing in highway capacity. Better access to markets and labor force
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