"Bottleneck study" : transportation infrastructure and traffic management analysis of cross border bottlenecks.
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"Bottleneck study" : transportation infrastructure and traffic management analysis of cross border bottlenecks.

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      NTL-OPERATIONS AND TRAFFIC CONTROLS-Congestion;NTL-OPERATIONS AND TRAFFIC CONTROLS-Traffic Flow;NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-PLANNING AND POLICY;NTL-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION;
    • Abstract:
      The motivation behind the Transportation Infrastructure and Traffic Management Analysis of

      Cross Border Bottlenecks study was generated by the U.S.-Mexico Border Partnership Action

      Plan (Action item #2 of the 22-Point Smart Border Action Plan: Develop a prioritized list of

      infrastructure projects and take immediate action to relieve bottlenecks). In December 2002,

      the U.S.-Mexico Joint Working Committee (JWC)1 approved the scope of work and methodology

      for the Bottleneck Study developed by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans),

      District 11 to identify and address bottlenecks at the U.S.-Mexico ports of entry. For the

      purpose of this study, a bottleneck is defined as a condition that restricts the free movement of

      traffic, creating a point of congestion during specific periods of time. Addressing and alleviating

      this congestion in the highway system would enhance movement of people and goods. The

      study identifies a number of improvements in the operational efficiency and flow of vehicles

      traveling to and from the land ports of entry (POEs). Additionally, the JWC requested that

      Caltrans carry out the Phase I case study of the San Diego-Tijuana Gateway.

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