Comprehensive Highway Corridor Planning with Sustainability Indicators [2013-04] [Research Summary]
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Comprehensive Highway Corridor Planning with Sustainability Indicators [2013-04] [Research Summary]

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      The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) has initiated major planning efforts to improve transportation efficiency, safety and sustainability on critical highway corridors through its Comprehensive Highway Corridor (CHC) program. It is important for planners to be able to compare various types of highway improvement options during the needs analysis and long-range planning processes to select the best program-level plans for the corridor. SHA funded a research project titled ‚ÄúComprehensive Highway Corridor Planning with Sustainability Indicators‚ÄĚ to support the CHC and Sustainability Initiatives and to develop a Model Of Sustainability and Integrated Corridors (MOSAIC), which will help SHA estimate the sustainability impact of multimodal highway improvement options early in the transportation planning and environmental screening processes. The results from this research project can also help SHA achieve its mobility, safety, socio-economic and environmental stewardship objectives.
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