Factors that Support the Planning-programming Linkage
Transportation Research Board, 2007 - Transportation
This report contains a list of 39 factors that influence the linkage between programming and long-range plans. This list was developed from recent literature and extensive interviews with agency staff and other experts in the field. While the discussion of the critical factors is helpful, the report takes this topic one step further by providing suggested paths for improving the linkage between planning and programming.
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