The Use of Intermodal Performance Measures by State Departments of Transportation: Final Report
This report identifies specific intermodal performance measures developed by 15 State departments of transportation. The performance measures are classified by goals and analyzed by frequency of use. The report discusses the role of performance measures in the transportation planning process and their relationship to intermodal management systems. The report also summarizes the major research reports related to the topic of performance measures.
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Performance Measures and the Planning Process
Review of Previous Research on Performance Measures
Analysis of Intermodal Performance Measures for Freight Movement
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Accessibility of intermodal areas TX Availability of Intermodal Average travel Caltrans capacity ratio congestion Connectivity between modes connector link David Jones Define Performance Measures delay departments of transportation development of performance DOTs economic development efficiency environmental established evaluation External Performance Measures Federal Highway Administration Florida freight movement goals and measures goals and objectives grade crossings Hawaii highway Highway Capacity Manual implemented Indiana intercity rail intermodal connectivity intermodal effectiveness intermodal facilities Intermodal Management System intermodal performance measures intermodal transportation planning intermodal transportation system ISTEA Jersey Kentucky knowledge of intermodal largest number LTRC mandates Mexico Missouri mobility modes of transportation MPOs Number of accidents number of performance Oklahoma operation Oregon parking spaces passenger miles passenger movement Pennsylvania Percent change percent of intermodal performance measures developed performance standards Poorman Program Richard Pratt system connectivity system TX Texas traffic vehicle miles traveled Volume to capacity