This book concentrates on a transportation planning process, and focuses on transportation problems. It emphasizes the planning process, identification of problems and goals, data collection, and solution implementation.
Table of Contents
1. The Changing Concerns of Metropolitan Transportation Planning 2. The Transportation Planning Process 3. Transportation Problems 4. Transportation Goals and Objectives 5. Models I: Transportation System Characteristics and Interrelationships 6. Models II: User Costs and Human Activities 7. Models III: Travel Demand 8. Models IV: Transportation System Impacts 9. Transportation Information Systems 10. Evaluation I: Formal Techniques 11. Evaluation II: Decision Making 12. Generation of Alternate Solutions 13. Implementation I: Legislation and Organization 14. Implementation II: Finance and Budgeting (Programming) 15. Transportation System Operations and Maintenance