Advancing Transportation Systems Management and Operations within Corridors and Subareas: Web-Based Informational SessionPrintable Version [PDF, 336 KB]
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U.S. Department of Transportation
All of us aspire to a transportation system that optimizes mobility, accessibility, reliability, and safety. The Federal Highway Administration now offers an online informational session that will enable you to adopt a comprehensive approach to planning for TSMO that will help you to overcome these challenges at the corridor and subarea level.
What is a corridor?A corridor is an interconnected network of transportation facilities and related services. It may include multiple freeways, arterial roadways, transit services, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, park-and-ride lots, and rideshare services serving people traveling in similar directions.
What is a subarea?A subarea is a portion of a region such as a local municipality (city or county), a downtown or central business district, activity center, or neighborhood.
Why view this session?
Our corridors and subareas face numerous transportation challenges. An outcomes-oriented approach to TSMO, shared in this session, ensures a holistic methodology that does not focus only on a single, limited solution to a problem, but rather comprehensive strategies that overcome challenges among all modes.
Free Web-based Informational Session
Regardless of your level of expertise, it has never been easier to adopt a comprehensive approach to plan for TSMO at the corridor and subarea level. FHWA's web-based informational session delivers solutions to your desk or laptop in three simple modules.
Module 1: Laying the Foundation
To access the modules, go to https://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/plan4ops/resources/traing.htm.
Jim Hunt, FHWA Office of Operations
Ralph Volpe, FHWA Resource Center
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United States Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration