In collaboration with NAS, Metro Analytics has an entire new set of interactive methods and tools for practitioners. The tools are part of a framework NCHRP will publish in 2022. These methods and tools will positively change the process of corridor management in the long-term!
Quantifying the Impacts of Corridor Management
What can you expect?
- A corridor balance sheet for quantifying the value of a corridor
- A practical guide to future proof a corridor
- Pathways to durable coalitions
- Tools to navigate big data for corridor management
New and Innovative Methods for Quantifying Corridor Management Impacts
|A Geo-Database methodology and tool for assessing all of the infrastructure needs of a corridor across jurisdictions and programs through a shared data platform.
|A standard methodology for quantifying the capacity of a wider supporting grid/connectivity architecture of a corridor for future build-out to guide right of way preservation, partnerships with land-use agencies, and corridor projects.
|A proposed process and methodology for utilizing widely available data, GIS tools, and performance methods to benchmark freight infrastructure supply and demand in inter-city or urban environments.
|A standard methodology for identifying the extent of a corridor’s influence on land-use, transit, built environment, and the efficiency of travel in affected
communities to define corridor management efforts.
|A practical self-assessment for corridor managers to assess the technology requirements and utilization of their corridor and set objectives for integrating emerging technologies.
|A GIS-based standard methodology for quantifying and illustrating the sensitivity of the bicycle and pedestrian environment as affected by corridor
investments and associated land-use strategies, for both diagnostic and scenario planning purposes.
|A regression-based calculator (derived from the University of Utah’s national data set) to quantify marginal effects that changes in land-use, infrastructure capacity, or other variables can have on traditional measures of corridor performance (speed, safety, VMT, and delay); for testing integrated land-use and transportation or transit scenarios.
How is this different from today’s approach?
- Systems approach to planning
- Nesting of intra- and inter-regional corridors to better understand interdependencies
- Focus on building durable coalitions
- Development of innovative tools and methods
- Stakeholder engagement – context driven performance measures
This investigation was sponsored by TRB under the NCHRP Program. The contents of this presentation have not been reviewed by the project panel or NCHRP, nor do they constitute a standard, specification, or regulation.