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Arizona Multimodal Freight Analysis Study
  • Published Date:
    2009-06-04
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    English
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Arizona Multimodal Freight Analysis Study
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    A key outcome of the Arizona Multimodal Freight Analysis Study is "a strategy for establishing freight analysis as an integral part of Arizona's long-range planning process." This study was directed to include the following as part of the strategy development: Broad themes to guide future freight planning; A description of how multimodal transportation networks impact the freight industry; Potential impacts of freight strategies on economic development in Arizona; A strategy for freight data collection, analysis, and planning; Measurable indicators describing the impact of freight traffic on the performance of Arizona's multimodal freight transportation network The study process for the Arizona Multimodal Freight Study involved three analysis steps and three interim study Technical Memoranda: 1. Analysis of Arizona's Freight-Dependent Industries (Tech Memo number 1) examined the demands placed on Arizona's multimodal transportation infrastructure as a result of freight/commodity movements in and through the state. 2. Freight Infrastructure Analysis (Tech Memo number 2) is a supply-side analysis that provides an inventory of Arizona's modal freight networks and key nodes. 3. Strategic Directions for Freight Planning (Tech Memo number 3) presents key information from the analysis tasks and proposes a freight planning agenda for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) designed to offer a menu of options for integrating freight considerations into department planning functions.

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