Addressing Traffic Congestion
Date published: Jul 08, 2005
Survey consists of responses from 114 transportation professionals (transportation planners, traffic engineers and transit professionals) about addressing traffic congestion. Topics/questions include:
- What is your view regarding the transportation profession and the high and growing level of congestion in many metropolitan areas in the U.S.?
- What do you consider to be the main reasons for the high level of congestion in many metropolitan areas?
- Which measures do you consider to be the best, most cost-effective measures to reduce congestion significantly in metropolitan areas?
- Do you believe the present institutional structure (state DOTs, local jurisdictions, transit agencies, MPOs, and their respective roles) responsible for the administration, implementation, operation and maintenance of transportation in a metropolitan area can be improved?
- If you believe the present institutional structure can be improved, how can this be done?
- What are the most successful projects for reducing congestion? Please provide the name, agency, year, description and contact.
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