1 edition of Regional impacts of near-term transportation alternatives found in the catalog.
Regional impacts of near-term transportation alternatives
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||W. T. Mikolowsky ... [et al.].|
|Series||[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-1524-SCAG|
|Contributions||Mikolowsky, W. T., Southern California Association of Governments.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-1524, HE310.L7 .R3 R-1524|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 129 p. :|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||75312378|
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Get this from a library. The regional impacts of near-term transportation alternatives: a case study of Los Angeles. [W T Mikolowsky; Rand Corporation.; Southern California Association of Governments.;]. The Regional Impacts of Near-Term Transportation Alternatives A Case Study of Los Angeles by William T.
Mikolowsky, Jean R. Gebman, William Stanley, G. BurkholzCited by: 3. Title: The Regional Impacts of Near-Term Transportation Alternatives: A Case Study of Los Angeles Author: William T. Mikolowsky Subject: There are several combinations of transportation management alternatives that, with some change in travel habits and additional costs, can improve air quality greatly, retain mobility for the citizen, and reduce VMT by at least 20 percent.
An analysis of near-term transportation alternatives for the Los Angeles region that uses the policy-oriented urban transportation model developed by the Rand Corporation is presented. The predicted effect on regional ve ology that could be used to predict the regional impacts of alternative.
Identify the type, scope, etc. of the transportation intervention Define desired time and spatial scopes of the impacts Define performance measures of interest Establish existing transportation and land-use conditions (base conditions) Establish post-intervention land-use conditions Repeat for other transportation alternatives.
This regional growth will have significant impacts on the regional demand for transportation. In the NCC, demand is expected to increase by more than 30% over that time frame.
A multitude of transportation alternatives has been analyzed over the past several decades to address the current and projected travel demand in the North Coast Corridor.
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Many jurisdictions have dedicated highway funds that either cannot be used for other transportation projects, or which provide lower matching rates for alternatives. In addition, land use planning practices tend to encourage lower-density, single-use, urban fringe development, which is unsuited for access by alternative modes.
Active transportation includes any method of travel that is human-powered, but most commonly refers to walking and bicycling. Thanks in part to recent improvements in bicycling and pedestrian planning, Californians are increasingly likely to get out of their cars and opt to walk or bicycle instead.
By using active transportation more often, Californians can make strides towards meeting their. The RLRTP is part of an initiative to create regional transportation plans in rural areas that complement those in Virginia’s metropolitan and small urban areas. The plan looks at improvements that can be made in the near-term and in the future, as far as the yearin order to assess potential impacts of population and employment growth.
The needs of solo travellers are diverse. Some simply want to travel without the distraction of a companion. Others are young singles looking for social activities or to find a partner. Some widowed seniors even use long-term hotel stays or cruises as a luxurious alternative to conventional elder care.
These tourism trends are set to grow and grow. Land Use Impacts On Transportation Victoria Transport Policy Institute 4 Table ES-1 Land Use Impacts on Travel Summary Factor Definition Travel Impacts Regional accessibility Location of development relative to regional urban center.
Reduces per. State DOT TA Coordinator Pamella Lee Transportation Alternatives Program Manager Iowa DOT Office of Systems Planning Lincoln Way Ames, IA Tel: Fax: Email: @: FHWA Division TA Coordinator Karla Kudart TA Program Contact FHWA IA Division 6th St Ames, IA Tel: Fax: Email:. The Atlanta Regional Commission office at Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, is closed to the public until further notice.
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Learn, teach, and study with Course Hero. Get unstuck. the costs, benefits, and impacts of transit alternatives designed to address mobility problems and other lo-cally-identified objectives in a transportation corridor.
It is used to identify the investment strategy to be ad-vanced for more focused study and development For AA studies which may result in. By definition, any proposed transit project will potentially influence elements of the local and regional transportation system, including transit facilities and services, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, road traffic patterns and volumes, and parking.
Other transportation network impacts may occur, such as to airports, freight railways, or other type of travel. Regional Transportation Alternatives (TA) Grant Application 1.
PROJECT TITLE If the project is programmed in the State Transportation Improvement Program, please use the same title. LEAD AGENCY Lead Agency Contact Person Phone Number Email Address 3.
PROJECT CO‐SPONSOR (Leave blank if not applicable). impacts on citizens, land use, the environment and economic development. Urban transportation systems should be especially important to local elected officials because (1) they are mainly built, owned and operated by the public sector, and (2) decisions by individual travelers.
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