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21st Century Operations Using 21st Century Technologies

Integrated Corridor Management, Transit, and Mobility on Demand

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4. Title and Subtitle

Integrated Corridor Management and Transit and Mobility on Demand

5. Report Date

March 2016

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7. Author(s)

Terry Klim (DKS), Anna Giragosian (Leidos), Diane Newton (Leidos), Elisabeth Bedsole (Leidos)

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9. Performing Organization Name and Address

11251 Roger Bacon Dr.
Reston, VA 20190

DKS Associates
1970 Broadway, Suite 740
Oakland, CA 94612

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12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address

United States Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590

13. Type of Report and Period Covered

Primer; October 2014 to January 2016

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15. Supplementary Notes

Robert Sheehan, Program Manager, Multimodal ITS Research and Deployment, ITS Joint Program Office

16. Abstract

This primer examines how both public transportation and mobility on demand (MOD) can be incorporated into an integrated corridor management (ICM) approach. It also defines the needs for including public transportation and mod stakeholders in ICM. Additionally, it explores opportunities to effectively integrate transit and other emerging modes of public transportation on institutional, operational, and technical levels. Finally, it also identifies several major challenges to integration, along with potential solutions.The primer also provides real world examples of transit and MOD strategies and services incorporated within the ICM approach.

17. Key Words

Integrated Corridor Management, Transit, Mobility on Demand, Shared Use Mobility

18. Distribution Statement

No restrictions.

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