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Methodology Employed in This Study
MAXIMUM POTENTIAL ENERGY SAVINGS FROM
The FederalAid Highway Program and Its Impact
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aid to urban Airport and Airway ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED Table assumed assumptions Auto Availability automobile average aviation billion capital expenditures capital grant programs capital grants policies carpool cessation of federal changes Chapter Charles River Associates congestion cost diverted EFFECT OF INCREASES elasticity energy conservation energy consumption energy savings estimate facilities fares federal aid federal capital grants federal funding Federal Highway Federal Highway Administration Federal-Aid Highway heavy rail Highway Capacity Manual highway expenditures Highway Program highway travel households in-vehicle Intercity long trips market segments mass transit mode choice analysis Northeast Corridor NPTS number of auto off-peak operating passenger peak period auto percentage increase potential reduction in highway reduction in urban riders ridership secondary systems speed subsidy tion Transit Access TRANSIT DEMAND transit industry TRANSPORTATION FORECASTS travel demand trip distance trip mode choice U.S. DOT urban area shopping urban highway capacity urban highway construction variables VMT's