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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance Appendix E SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON INFRASTRUCTURE PERFORMANCE This bibliography includes selected references addressing principles, methodology, policies, and historical background related to infrastructure performance definition, measurement, and management. The bibliography has been assembled to provide background and bases for discussion in the Building Research Board's study of infrastructure performance, focusing on infrastructure serving urban and metropolitan regions, as considered in the NCPWI 1988 report Fragile Foundations: transport (highways, transit, and airports), water (water supply and water resources), and waste (wastewater treatment, solid waste, and hazardous waste). Sewerage and stormwater management are included with wastewater treatment and solid waste. In addition references are included that provide perspective on issues of economic development, urban growth and decay, environmental quality, and technological evolution that have particular bearing on performance. Background: Economic Development, Urban Growth and Decay, Environmental Quality, Technological Evolution, and Public Perception Aitcin, C., and A. Neville. 1993. High-Performance Concrete Demystified. Concrete International (American Concrete Institute) 15(1):21-26. Ausubel, J.H., and R. Herman, eds. 1988. Cities and Their Vital Systems: Infrastructure Past, Present, and Future, Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press . Azad, B., and M. Jacobs. 1986. Infrastructure Finance and Institutions, A Review of International Experience. Report No. 47. Multiregional Planning Staff, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance Bacon, J. 1990. Redefining infrastructure: a midwestern city's experience. Public Management 72(4):14. Beito, D., and B. Smith. 1990. The formation of urban infrastructure through non-governmental planning: The private places of St. Louis, 1869-1920. Journal of Urban History 16(3):263-303. Browne, L.E. 1991. The role of services in New England's rise and fall: Engine of growth or along for the ride? New England Economic Review July/August:27-44. Civil Engineering Research Foundation. 1993. High-Performance Construction Materials and Systems: An Essential Program for America and Its Infrastructure. Executive Report (Report 93-5011.E). Washington, D.C.: Civil Engineering Research Foundation. Cohen, J.M., and P. Monteiro. 1991. Durability and integrity of marble cladding: A state-of-the-art review. Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities 5(2):113-124. Cronon, William. 1991. Nature's Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West. New York: W. W, Norton. Dalton, L.C. 1989. The limits of regulation, evidence from local plan implementation in California. Journal of the American Planning Association 55(2):51-168. Daniels, G.H., and M.H. Rose, eds. 1982. Energy and Transport: Historical Perspectives on Policy Issues. Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications. Derby, S.L. and R.L. Keeney. 1981. Risk analysis: Understanding ''How safe is safe enough?'' Risk Analysis 1(3):217-224. Dimitriou, H. T. 1991. An integrated approach to urban infrastructure development. A review of the Indonesian experience. Cities August:193-208. Eberts, R.W. 1986. Estimating the Contribution of Urban Public Infringe to Regional Growth. Working Paper 8610. Cleveland, Ohio: The Federal Reserve Bank. Eberts, R.W. 1990. Cross Sectional Analysis of Public Infrastructure and Regional Productivity Growth. Working Paper 9004. Cleveland, Ohio: The Federal Reserve Bank. Eberts, R.W., and K. Deno. 1991. Public infrastructure and regional economic development: A simultaneous equations approach. Journal of Urban Economics 30:329-343. Eberts, R.W. 1990. Some Empirical Evidence on the Linkage Between Public Infrastructure and Local Economic Development, in Herzog and Schlottman, eds. Industry Location and Public Policy. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. Eisner, R. 1991. Infrastructure and regional economic performance: Comment. New England Economic Review September/October 1991:47-58. Enhance Reinsurance Company. 1991. Infrastructure Investment, An Historical Overview. New York: Enhance Financial Services Group, Inc. Gakenheimer, R. 1989. Infrastructure shortfall: The institutional problems. Journal of the American Planning Association 55(1):14-23. Grabowski, H.G., and J.M. Vernon, in cooperation with the Committee on Technology and International Economic and Trade Issues of the Assembly of Engineering, National Research Council and the Office of the Foreign Secretary, National Academy of Engineering. 1979. The Impact of Regulation on Industrial Innovation. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance Groak, S. 1990. Robust Technologies: The decline of robust technologies in the building industry. Building Research Practice 18(3):162-168. Green, H., compilers. 1991. Public Works Management Practices. Chicago: American Public Works Association. Guile, B., and J.B. Quinn, eds. 1988. Managing Innovation: Cases from the Services Industries. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Henderson, H. 1994. Light Rail, Heavy Costs. Planning 60(5):8-13. Chicago: American Planning Association. Hulten, C.R., and R.M. Schwab. 1991. Is America really on the road to ruin? The Public's Capital 2(4):6-7. Isacson, O., J. Ewetz, and G. Lundgren. 1986. The Effects of State Support on Industry and on the Market for Solar Heating, Heat Pumps and Heat Storage. Stockholm, Sweden: Swedish Council for Building Research. Kazis, R. 1989. Rags to riches? One industry's strategy for improving productivity. Technology Review August/September:42-53. Keeler, T.E. 1975. Automobile Costs and Final Intermodal Cost Comparisons: (preceded by summary of final results). The Full Costs of Urban Transport; Pt. 3. Institute of Urban and Regional Development, University of California, no. 21. Berkeley: Institute of Urban and Regional Development, University of California. Knack, R.E. 1988. America in ruins? Not quite. Planning February:9-14. Krier, J.E. 1977. Pollution and Policy: A Case Essay on California and Federal Experience with Motor Vehicle Air Pollution, 1940-1975. Berkeley: University of California Press. McDowell, B.D. 1992. Public works for tomorrow. Intergovernmental Perspective 18(3):23-25. McFadden, R.D. 1991. Report faults M.T.A. on pace of capital repair program. The New York Times. October 18, 1991:B1, B2. Menendez, A. 1991. Access to Basic Infrastructure By the Urban Poor. Economic Development Institute: Policy Seminar Report No. 28. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. Montgomery, W.D. 1989. Lessons from the Past, Opportunities for the Future: The Changing Role of Public Investment in Economic Growth. Remarks to the Colloquium on the Nation's Infrastructure Policy, Washington, D.C. November 17. Munnel, A.H. 1990. How does public infrastructure affect regional economic performance? New England Economic Review September/October:11-33. National Council on Public Works Improvement. 1988. Fragile Foundations: A Report on America's Public Works. Final Report to the President and Congress. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. NRC. 1991. Enabling Technologies for Unified Life-Cycle Engineering of Structural Components. National Materials Advisory Board, National Research Council. NMAB-455. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. NRC. 1987. Concrete Durability: A Multibillion-Dollar Opportunity. National Materials Advisory Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Platt, H.L. 1983. City Building in the New South: The Growth of Public Service in Houston, Texas 1830-1910. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance Schemenner, R.W. 1983. Every factory has a life cycle. Harvard Business Review March/April:121-128. Sharbatoghlie, A. 1986. The Decline of Infrastructure and the Federal Government Response. Prepared for the Economic Development Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. Report No. 39. Multiregional Planning Staff, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Snickars, F. 1989. Effects of Infrastructure Provision on Urban Economic Development. Infrastructure and Building Sector Studies:29 Working Paper from CERUM 1989. Stover, M.E. 1987. The role of infrastructure in the supply of housing. Journal of Regional Science 27:255-268. Subcommittee on Economic Goals and Intergovernmental Policy of the Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress. 1984. Hard Choices: A Report on the Increasing Gap Between America's Infrastructure Needs and Our Ability To Pay for Them 98-164. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. Svedinger, B. 1991. The Technical Infrastructure of Urban Communities: A Survey of Current Knowledge. Stockholm Sweden: Swedish Council for Building Research. Thurmond, J. 1989. An argument for investing in infrastructure. Public Management 71(6):13-14. USACE. 1992. Infrastructure Reports: Summaries. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Belvoir, Virginia: Institute for Water Resources. U.S. Congress, Congressional Budget Office. 1991. How Federal Spending for Infrastructure and Other Public Investments Affects the Economy. Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office. U.S. Congress, House of Representatives. 1990. Infrastructure Needs Assessments and Financial Alternatives. Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Policy Research and Insurance of the Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs. May 8. Serial No. 101-117. U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment. 1991. Delivering the Goods: Public Works Technologies, Management, and Financing. OTA-SET-477. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. Warner, S.B. 1978. Streetcar Suburbs: The Process of Growth in Boston, 1870-1900, 2nd ed. Publications of the Joint Center for Urban Studies. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. Working Group on Infrastructure. 1993. An Infrastructure Proposal for Jobs, the Environment and Performance. Washington, D.C. General Performance Definition, Measurement, and Management ASTM. 1986. Building Performance: Function, Preservation, and Rehabilitation. A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee E-6 on Performance of Building Constructions, Bal Harbour, Florida. ASTM special technical publication 901 . Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: ASTM Incorporated. ASTM. 1990. Performance of Buildings and Serviceability of Facilities. STP 1029. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: ASTM Incorporated.
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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance The Construction Industry Institute. 1986. Evaluation of Design Effectiveness. University of Texas at Austin: The Construction Industry Institute. Diewert, W.E. 1986. The Measurement of the Economic Benefits of Infrastructure Services. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 278. Berlin, New York: Springer-Verlag. Frank, J.E., and M.K. Falconer, 1990. The measurement of infrastructure capacity: theory, data structures, and analytics. Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems 14 (4):283-297. Godwin, S.R., and G.E. Peterson. 1984. Guide to Assessing Capital Stock Condition. Guides to Managing Urban Capital, Vol. 2. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute Press. Gullo, T., D. Parham, and G.E. Peterson. 1984. The Role of Standards in Infrastructure Management. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute Press. Kasimer, J.H. 1988. Reducing and defending against building failure claims. The Construction Specifier October:36-37. Kilgore, R.T., M.N. Zatz, and G. K. Young. 1991. The Relationship Between Standards and the Performance of Infrastructure. Springfield, Virginia: GKY and Associates, Inc. Kirby, J.G., and J. M. Grgas. 1975. Estimating the Life Expectancy of Facilities. Technical Report P-36. USA Construction Engineering Research Laboratory. Springfield, Virginia: National Technical Information Service. Mahmassani, H.S., and S. Peeta. 1992. Network Performance Under System Optimal and User Equilibrium Dynamic Assignments: Implications for ATIS. Austin, Texas: University of Texas. For presentation at 72nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. Masters, L., ed. 1985. Problems in Service Life Prediction of Building and Construction Materials. Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. Masters, L. 1986. Prediction of service life of building materials and components. Materiaux et Constructions 19(114):417-422. Morris, P.W.G. 1988. Lessons in managing major projects successfully in a European context. Technology in Society 10:71-98. Neely, E.S. 1991. Building Maintenance and Repair Data for Life Cycle Cost Analyses: Architectural Systems. USACERL Special Report P-91/17. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. O'Connell, G.B. 1989. Rate your city—Here's how! (rating of a city's infrastructure) Public Management 17(6):7-10. Peterson, G.E., M.J. Miller, S.R. Godwin, and C. Shapiro. 1984. Guide to Benchmarks of Urban Capital Condition. Guides to Managing Urban Capital, Vol. 3. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute. Ronnen, U. 1991. Minimum quality standards, fixed costs, and competition. RAND Journal of Economics 22(4):490-504. Terleckyj, N.E. 1985. Measuring Economic Effects of Federal R&D Expenditures: Recent History with Special Emphasis on Federal R&D Performed in Industry. Paper commissioned for a workshop on The Federal Role in Research and Development, National Academy of Sciences. Washington, D.C. NRC. 1992. Data for Decisions: Requirements for National Transportation Policy Making. Special Report 234. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance Ventre, F.T. 1983. Documentation and Assessment of the GSA/PBS Building Systems Program: Background and Research Plan. NBSIR 83-2662. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Commerce. The World Bank. 1991. Research Proposal: Homing Indicators for Policy-Making: An Extensive International Survey. Urban Development Division. Infrastructure and Urban Development Department. Transport Appleyard, D. 1964. The View from the Road. Published for the Joint Center for Urban Studies of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University by the M.I.T. Press, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Black, A. 1989. Analysis of trends in transit work trips. Journal of the American Planning Association 55(1):38-43. Drake, R.W., and D. W. Carter. 1990. Impacts of Standardized vs. Non-Standardized Bus Fleets. Report No. 17. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Fundakowski, R.A. 1991. Video image processing for evaluating pavement surface distress. A digest of report. NCHRP Research Results Digest 181:1-4. Harrison, D. 1978. The impact of transit systems on land use patterns in the pre-automobile era. Discussion paper presented to Harvard University, Department of City and Regional Planning; D78-21. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University, Department of City and Regional Planning. Kellett, J.R. 1969. The Impact of Railways on Victorian Cities. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. Lerner, A.C. 1992. Measuring Performance of Airport Passenger Terminals. Transportation Research 26A(1):37-45. McCallum, W.R. 1963. Highway Bond Financing, An Analysis: 1950-1962. U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Bureau of Public Bonds. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. McShane, C. 1979. Street pavements. Journal of Urban History May:296-78. Memmott, J.L., M.K. Chui, and W.F. McFarland. 1993. CBO's Assessment of Transportation Infrastructure Needs: Critique and Extension. College Station, Texas: Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University. NRC. 1986. Measures of Marine Container Terminal Productivity. Improving Productivity in U.S. Marine Container Terminals. Marine Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Olson, D.J. 1992. Governance of U.S. Public Ports: A Preliminary Survey of Key Issues. Washington, D.C.: Marine Board Port Governance Roundtable. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. 1980. Urban Public Transport: Evaluation of Performance. A report prepared by an OECD Road Research Group. Paris: OECD. Parkinson, T. 1992. Rail transit performance. Transportation Research Record 1361:47-52. Peterson, D.E. 1987. Pavement management practices. Synthesis of Highway Practice 135. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: TRB
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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance Mays, L.W. 1991. Water distribution system infrastructure analysis. Water Resources Update 86:20-22. Peiser, R. 1988. Calculating equity-neutral water and sewer impact fees. Journal of the American Planning Association 54(1):38-48. Petts, G.E. 1985. Rivers and Landscape. Baltimore, Maryland: Edward Arnold. Reisner, M. 1987. Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water. New York: Penguin Books. Rogers, P.P. 1978. The Interaction Between Urbanization and Land: Quality & Quantity in Environmental Planning and Design; Water Resources: Water Quantity and Water Quality. NSF/RA-780427. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Landscape Architecture Research Office, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University. Walesh, S.G. 1989. Urban Surface Water Management. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Waste Management Center for Urban Policy Research. 1976. Solid Waste Planning in Metropolitan Regions. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University. Chertow, M.R. 1989. Garbage Solutions: A Public Official's Guide to Recycling Alternative Solid Waste Management Technologies. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Conference of Mayors. Ferguson, B.K. 1987. On-Site Stormwater Management: Applications for Landscape and Engineering. Mesa, Arizona: PDA Publishers Corp. Francis, C.W., and S.I. Auerbach, eds. 1983. Environment and Solid Wastes: Characterization, Treatment, and Disposal. Boston: Butterworths. Goldfarb, W., and B. King. 1982. Urban stormwater runoff: the legal remedies. Real Estate Law Journal 11(1):3-46. Gehr, M. 1977. Solid Waste Management: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography. Exchange Bibliography—Council of Planning Librarians. Monticello, Illinois: Council of Planning Librarians. General Electric Company. 1976. Solid Waste Management: Technology Assessment. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. Jenkins, R.R. 1993. The Economics of Solid Waste Reduction: The Impact of User Fees. New Horizons in Environmental Economics. Aldershot, Hants, England; Brookfield, Vermont: E. Elgar Publishing. Lynch, K. 1990. Wasting Away. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books. Melosi, M.V. 1981. Garbage in the Cities: Refuse, Reform, and the Environment, 1880-1980. Environmental History Series; No. 4. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press. Menell, P.S. 1991. Optimal Multi-tier Regulation: An Application to Municipal Solid Waste. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Center for Science & International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government. Muhich, A.J. 1968. 1968 National Survey of Community Solid Waste Practices, Preliminary Data Analysis [by] A.J. Muhich, A.J. Klee, [and] P.W. Britton. Public Health Service publication, No. 1867. Cincinnati: Environmental Control Administration, Solid Wastes Program.
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