This guidebook presents Integrated Corridor Management (ICM), which is a multimodal and multi-agency method for coordinating the operations of a corridor, including highways, arterial roads, and transit systems. Through the use of technology, data, and multi-agency institutional frameworks, ICM helps mitigate the challenges of congestion along key corridors. This guide highlights why agencies should use ICM and walks through the process for applying it.
NCHRP Research Report 930 provides an update to the Security 101 report released in 2009. The update includes current advancements in transportation security and the constantly evolving threats facing transportation agencies, specifically cyber-attacks. The seven chapters of this guidebook cover fundamental parts of strategies, management tactics and planning for physical and cyber security. Chapter 1 covers risk management and assessment. Chapter 2 provides the components of a security plan. Chapters 3 and 4 cover countermeasures and the specifics of cybersecurity, respectively. Chapter 5 presents trainings and exercises for preparing the agency workforce, and chapter 6 discusses the protection of infrastructure with an increased focus on resilience. Lastly, chapter 7 reviews laws and directives from the federal government.
Texas's current long range plan expands on the work in the Texas Transportation Plan (TTP) 2040 and extends the planning and guidance to 2050. Through collaboration with organizations ranging from local communities and private companies to metropolitan planning organizations and transit officials. It is multimodal, covering bicycle, pedestrian, public transit, aviation, ferries, and passenger rail as well as highway and freight. Texas even distinguishes the needs of their rural transportation network with a specific section in the 2050 plan.
Oklahoma's long range plan describes the strategic direction of the state's transportation system development. It considers all modes of transportation and meets the requirements set by MAP-21 and the FAST Act, receiving input from numerous stakeholders. The plan includes ODOT's vision, goals and objectives with performance measures related to each goal area. It identifies and projects the needs and revenues for transportation over the next 25 years, and it details the policies and strategies adopted.
This guide helps agencies to incorporate equity into their transportation plans through a five-step framework for conducting equity analyses. The five steps are: identifying populations for analysis, identifying needs and concerns, measure impacts of proposed agency activity, determine if impacts are disparate or have adverse effects, and develop strategies to avoid and mitigate inequities. Though intended for Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), this guide is also applicable to transit agencies, state DOTs, and other transportation agencies that seek to address equity in their plans, programs, and policies.
This report focuses on organizational structures and management approaches which engender collaboration and communication within DOTs and result in the adoption of new technologies and innovative programs. The scan team interviewed various aspects of leadership, culture and organization at Utah, Maryland, Washington State, Tennessee, Iowa, and Minnesota DOTs to uncover their methods for success. The results of the interviews are organized into: leadership and cultural traits; peoples' knowledge, skills, and abilities; organizational structures; business process improvements; performance management; and collaboration.
This guide provides an update to the 2010 guidebook (NCHRP Report 525: Surface Transportation Security, Volume 16) to include new federal guidance and advancements in practices. It assists executive management and emergency response planners in completing all aspects of the planning, preparation, and delivery of their agency's emergency management tasks. The guide complies with NIMS, covers all levels of hazards and all modes of travel, and focuses on the safety of system users and disaster responders.
This presentation from the 12th National Conference on Transportation Asset Management is an overview of New York DOT's development of a single, shared, authoritative destination for data and information. Provides examples of data (and data visualization) tools used, project framework and best practices.
Through its coordinated approach, Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) optimizes the use of assets and flow of traffic along a corridor. This guide presents a more inclusive, systematic approach to ICM, accounting for the stakeholders often left behind in traditional ICM: freight, transit, incident response, and non-motorized transportation users. The new methods are based on the feedback and lessons learned of agencies that have implemented ICM.
Access Ohio 2045 | Plan
This draft version of Ohio's 2045 long range plan is expected to be finalized soon after completing a public review period. It presents the current system metrics, identifies seven goals (safety, preservation, efficiency & reliability, mobility& accessibility, economic competitiveness, quality of life, environmental stewardship), provides monitored performance measures, explores future trends, conducts a financial needs assessment, and culminates in a set of strategies and initiatives.
TPM's Organizational Impact | DocumentSystem Performance
Your Transportation Plan | Plan
Colorado DOT's long range transportation plan illustrates the department's vision for the next twenty-five years with an emphasis on three goal areas: mobility, safety and asset management. Within each of the goal areas, CDOT identifies actions they must take to reach their goals based on needs identified in stakeholder surveys. The plan draft is currently out for public review.