tte4004%20Chapter%203%2C11 - TRANSPORTATION PLANNING...

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Basic Elements of Transportation Planning: 1. Situation definition - inventory transportation facilities - review prior studies - scope of study 2. Problem definition - define objectives - establish criteria - define constraints - establish design standards TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROCESS
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3. Search for solutions - consider options 4. Analysis of performance For each option: - investment cost - annual cost for maintenance & operations Estimate travel demand Estimate noise and air pollution 5. Evaluation of alternatives - benefit cost ratio - cost effectiveness analysis
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6. Choice of project cost public hearings 7. Specification and construction detailed design plan preparations Example 11.1: “Planning the Relocation of a Rural Road” page 503 of Textbook
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Institutionalization of Transportation Planning • Transportation Planning Organization –Policy Committee • Elected or appointed officials: Mayor and Director of Public Works –Technical Committee • Engineering and Planning Staff
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