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Data requirements for metropolitan transportation planning.

Creighton, Hamburg, Planning Consultants.

Data requirements for metropolitan transportation planning.

by Creighton, Hamburg, Planning Consultants.

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Published by Highway Research Board in Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesNational Cooperative Highway Research Program report -- 120
ContributionsHighway Research Board.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21461590M

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The Metropolitan Transportation Planning Process The federal requirement for transportation planning in urban areas, although not MPOs, dates to the Federal-Aid Highway Act of (P.L. ), which called for “a continuing comprehensive transportation planning process carried on cooperatively by states and local.

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MPOs are required to represent localities in all urbanized areas (UZAs) with populations o, as determined by the U.S. Census.

A guidebook for meTropoliTAn TrAnsporTATion plAnning The previous chapters offer actions that metropolitan plannin organizations (MPOs) can take to push innovations within traditional areas of responsibility: long-range planning, community engagement, data development and monitoring and supporting local partners in their transportation Size: 1MB.

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In the research reported here, five representative transportation studies were examined in detail to reveal the kinds of data needed, to determine the costs of data collection, and to check the degree of use of the collected data.

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