An Interim Guidebook on the Congestion Management Process in Metropolitan Transportation Planning
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Table of Contents
2.2 Changes in Statute and Planning Regulations
2.3 Relating CMP to Elements of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan
2.4 An Objectives-driven, Performance-Based Approach to Addressing Congestion
2.5 Definition – What is a CMP?
2.7 Making the Link to Operations Objectives in the MTP
3.3 Getting Started and Developing the CMP ("8 Steps")
3.4 Lessons Learned from Current Practice
4.0 Development and Implementation of an Objectives-Driven CMP
4.2 Beyond the "8 Steps" - A Sustainable CMP
4.3 Developing Congestion Management Objectives
4.5 The CMP as a Linkage between Planning and NEPA
4.6 Other Potential Applications of CMP Approach
4.6.4 Nonmotorized Transport (Bicycle/Pedestrian)
5.0 What Does an Objectives-Driven CMP Look Like?
5.1 Characteristics of the CMP
5.2.2 CMP as Part of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan
5.3 Using Congestion Objectives and Performance Measures for the CMP
5.4 Applications of ITS Regional Architectures
5.5 Use of Archived Operations Data
6.0 CMP Checklist/Self-Assessment
Appendix A. Legislative Language
Appendix B. Performance Measures and Analysis Tools
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