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MOSAIC : Model of Sustainability and Integrated Corridors : [research summary].
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    In order to improve transportation, environmental, and livability conditions for Maryland residents and visitors, the Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) initiated planning efforts to improve critical highway corridors and promote sustainable transportation systems. The SHA is also committed to integrating safety, mobility, environmental stewardship, and socio-economic objectives in its transportation planning process through the Comprehensive Highway Corridors (CHC) program. To support these sustainability initiatives, the University of Maryland developed a quantitative tool, Model of Sustainability and Integrated Corridors (MOSAIC), which estimates the impact of various multimodal highway corridor improvement options on sustainability in the transportation planning process. MOSAIC was implemented in the SHA enterprise GIS (eGIS) system as a user-friendly widget for statewide applications.
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