Broadening Integrated Corridor Management Stakeholders

Broadening Integrated Corridor Management Stakeholders (NCHRP Research Report 899)

Through its coordinated approach, Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) optimizes the use of assets and flow of traffic along a corridor. This guide presents a more inclusive, systematic approach to ICM, accounting for the stakeholders often left behind in traditional ICM: freight, transit, incident response, and non-motorized transportation users. The new methods are based on the feedback and lessons learned of agencies that have implemented ICM.


Infrastructure Assets: Highway Assets, Transit Assets
Resource Types: Guide/Manual
Capabilities: Data & Information Systems, Organization & People
Management Processes: Performance Based Planning & Programming, Strategic Direction
Publisher:
TRB

Publication Year:
2020

Report Number:
NCHRP Report 899

Project Number:
NCHRP Project 03-121

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Related Sites
TPM Portal