Economic Impacts on Transportation of the US/Canada Border. Transportation leadership you can trust. Workplan & Expected Study Outcomes. presented to Border Transportation Working Group presented by Michael Fischer Cambridge Systematics, Inc. April 22, 2008. Overview of Project.
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Transportation leadership you can trust.
Workplan & Expected Study Outcomes
presented toBorder Transportation Working Group
presented byMichael FischerCambridge Systematics, Inc.
April 22, 2008
Task 1: Work Plan
Task 2: Overview of Trade Data
Task 3: Literature Review
Task 4: Development of Methodology
Task 5: User Dis-benefits & Macroeconomic Impacts (TREDIS)
Increased travel time as a result of delay
Higher user dis-benefits, such as travel costs for passengers and businesses
Passengers alter trips & business experience lower productivity
Higher product prices and resource costs
Macroeconomic Impacts on GDP, Employment, Income