Multimodal Maturity of Virginia’s Transportation Corridors. April 19, 2006 presented by Alex Linthicum. Overview. Introduction to VTrans2025 Multimodal Corridors Multimodal Corridor Maturity Model Future work. Introduction to VTrans2025.
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Multimodal Maturity of Virginia’s Transportation Corridors
April 19, 2006
presented by Alex Linthicum
The 2002 VTrans2025 Final report projects $108 Billionin unmet needs over the next 20 years
Our work is to assist the state in determining strategies for cost effective allocation of transportation funding
Projects located within a corridor might receive priority for investment, but how should corridor investments be judged against one another?
Which corridors benefit most from multimodal investment?
Gray, George. 1992. Systems and service planning in Gray & Hoel, eds. Public Transportation, 2nd edition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, pg. 369-406.
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