Enhanced Planning Review of the New Orleans Metropolitan Area
The Center, 1996 - Transportation - 34 pages
FTA and FHWA have initiated a series of joint Enhanced Planning Reviews to assess the impact of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA) on the planning processes conducted by the transportation agencies serving metropolitan areas. The EPRs are also intended to determine the effects of planning on transportation investment processes. The EPR for New Orleans included a federal site visit on 6-9 November 1995. At the conclusion of the site visit, the federal review team presented preliminary observations and recommendations to the local agencies taking part in the review. This Final Report describes the EPR in detail and provides summary conclusions as well as a complete set of the observations and recommendations.
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