2 edition of Urban decision making for transportation investments found in the catalog.
Urban decision making for transportation investments
Sheldon M Edner
by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Distributed by Technology Sharing Program, Office of the Secretary of Transportation in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Sheldon M. Edner, G.B. Arrington, Jr. ; [prepared by Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon] ; prepared with funding from Office of Planning Assistance, Urban Mass Transportation Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation|
|Series||A Technology sharing reprint, Technology sharing reprint series|
|Contributions||Arrington, G. B, Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon, United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Office of Planning Assistance|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 101 p. :|
|Number of Pages||101|
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Get this from a library. Urban decision making for transportation investments: Portland's light rail transit line. [Sheldon M Edner; G B Arrington; United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Office of Planning Assistance.; Technology Sharing Program (U.S.); Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon.; Portland State University.].
Transportation infrastructure and other public investments of a similar scope (“mega-projects”) reflect public sector priorities and objectives, non-pecuniary as well as financial constraints, and a range of decision-making processes. This book describes how decisions made in the public sector with respect to transportation infrastructure Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.
This pioneering text provides a holistic approach to decision making in transportation project development and programming, which can help transportation professionals to optimize their investment choices.
The authors present a proven set of methodologies for evaluating transportation projects that ensures that all costs and impacts are taken into consideration. the following of these steps in metropolitan regions that can consist of numerous municipalities, counties, and transportation authorities.
The increase in the influence of MPOs has stimulated demand for improved travel data and analytical tools applicable to urban transportation. 2 In addition to requiring the MPO process, the federal government supported the development of databases and.
Decision Making is the process by which one alternative is selected over another. Decision making generally occurs in the planning phases of transportation projects, but last minute decision making has been shown to occur, sometimes successfully.
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This book develops a procedure based on Robustness Analysis techniques and uses an illustrative example in demonstrating the use of the methodology in project selection as it pertains to urban transportation : Deogratias Eustace. GUiDE TO TrAnSPOr TATiOn DECiSiOn MAKinG 9 Metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) The U.S.
government requires urban areas larger t people to designate MPOs in order to spend federal highway or transit funds. MPOs develop region-wide plans through intergovernmental collaboration, analysis, and consensus-based decision making.
URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING: A DECISION-ORIENTED APPROACH. This textbook, facing the realities of contemporary transportation planning, takes into account financial austerity, natural resource limitations, changing demographics of urban populations, inflation, changing functions of cities, new emphasis on rehabilitation and maintenance of existing infrastructure, new transport options, and.
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Third International Conference on Urban Public Transportation. The national discussion about infrastructure policy and financing tends to focus on how we pay for infrastructure, either at the program or project level.
Equally important but sometimes overlooked issues in federal policy conversations, however, are what we are paying for and how we should decide what to pay for. What are the most important investments to make with the money we have. How are. The book introduces the transport governance framework, which is intended to provide an integrated and structured approach to facilitate decision-making processes in the urban transport sector, focusing on how decisions are made rather than what decisions are made.
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As half of the world’s 7 billion people now live in cities, thus causing severe road congestion. transportation planning and decision making in federal law. Under the Act, the federal government would fund transportation projects in urbanized areas only when projects were based on “a continuing comprehensive transportation planning process carried on cooperatively by States and local communities.” This so-called 3-C process makes intuitive.
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This chapter discusses modeling and designing smart buildings as an essential element of urban systems. The topic of smart buildings is explored in-depth nuances and technical steps required to enact the approaches of the urban systems design introduced in Chapter 2.The failure to link transportation and land use decision making, and to consider the public health effects of these choices, has led to a tilted playing field that has made driving the easiest—and often the only—option available in many parts of the country.
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