Simulating The Impact Of Strategy Development Frameworks On Transportation Infrastructure System Performance

This paper develops, through a simulation model, a deeper understanding of the relationship between transportation infrastructure strategy development frameworks and system performance. A strategy development framework for transportation can be characterized by the infrastructure ownership structures, cross-modal and cross-sectoral linkages, revenue sources, resource allocation decision-making processes, and geographic scales of the organizations responsible for making infrastructure investments. The results demonstrate the value of using simulation models of complex transportation systems to inform the decisions of not only planners but also of stakeholders who design strategy development frameworks.

Provided by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Topic: Big Data Date Added: Aug 2010 Format: PDF

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