Travel Time on Arterials and Rural Highways: State-of-the-Practice Synthesis on Arterial Data Collection Technology
The research reported herein was performed under the Federal Highway Administration's TMC Pooled Fund Study under contract DTFH61-06-D-00007 by Westat and SAIC. SAIC was the prime contractor, with Westat having the technical lead. Dr. Emanuel Robinson, Senior Research Scientist at Westat, was the Project Director and Principal Investigator. The other authors of this report are Jeremiah Singer and Jessica Krueger, both Research Associates at Westat, and Jennifer Atkinson and Matthew Myers, both Transportation Engineers at SAIC. Mrs. Atkinson also served as overall Task Manager. In addition, we would like to thank Rick Huey, Senior Research Engineer at Westat, for helpful comments on the final reports. We would also like to thank Westat's Graphics Services, especially Brandy Gruner and Kenneth Von Alt, for producing the final layouts and formatting of the reports.
The authors acknowledge Jimmy Chu, who served as the Federal Highway Administration Government Task Monitor for this project, as well as the Transportation Management Center Pooled Fund Study panel members who provided advice and review throughout the project:
The authors also thank the experts and practitioners who contributed to the case studies, review of practice, and review of technologies:
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