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Appendix 1.0 Data Organization Framework This is the suggested Data Organs Framework developed In this project. The pro pal division of data. is by: Supply (S) Demand (1)) System Performance ~) System Impacts (1) Modal divisions are made In the Supply data codes: Highway Rail.(R) Transit (T) Port and Wand Waterway (P) Airports (A) Note: Id this Compendium cross references are entered in bride type designating a freight or passenger (P) data reference code entered in the top right of each page In the Appendix 2.0 Secondary Data Sources which follow. , -

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'';~';;'"''-`'''';''''':';';~;!i';'i';';';'i';';';':'i!;!;';';';';';';! ';~;' ';'i';);' i;!;';';!; ;;;.;' ~';~;!;!i' :;~: ~'-';';';~'; i-;- 'i!;!;!!' ~- :;~!i in ;:~ ~ -;_~;~ Data Orgaxnzatior~ Framework Data Components Supply Attributes (S) Demand Attributes (D) System Performance (I') System Impacts (I) SUPPIV Attributes (S) S.H. Highway SHE Sys~ns Data S~l.l Mileage and lanes (total lane miles and number of lanes, lane miles of HOV, intercity highway miles) - Pl.4, Pll.1;, Pl2.2 S.H. t.2 Capacity (including highway link capacities) S.H.~.3. Functions road class - Plow S.H.~.4 Nodes and segments (GIS or highway routed - Pl.4, Pl.5, P12.2, FI.3, F3.l, E9.1 S.H.~.5 Tend use data for system expansion S.H. ~ .6 0;~2 Shaman buck routes (by route number) - FI.3 S.H. ~ .7 Other S.H2 Service Data SH2.1 SI12.3 SE12.4 S~2.5 S.H.2.6 S.H.2.7 S.H.3 Families Data S.H.3.1 Access (connections to over modes, highways, and roadways) - P1.1, P1.5, Fl.l, F3.1, F43, F4.4 ~ Turban access (GIS or highway route numbers; pnnc~pal routes for truly; evening and embng urban areas cart nterurban Height) - F1.3, E*7.9 $etmodal access (rail, water, air, bybighway rouse mile) - F1.1, F3.1 Data on service providers - P1.2, F1.4, FI.5 Fare or fee structure data (toss. Dab) if) Drayage services Tier ~ r-~-~, lnve~ory of facilities (bus terminal and stops, rest arms, park and ride lots, truck temdnals, ~ntennodal faalides, cargo transfer equipment? etc.) - P1.S, E3.1 1 Page numbers in bold represent the secondary sources where relevant data can potentially be found. 2 (F) - Denotes freight data J t s4

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S.H.3.2 S.H.3.3 S.H.3.4 S.H.4 condition Data S.H4. 1 SH4.2 S~4.3 S.H4.4 S.H.5 Project Data SH.5.1 S~5.2 S~5.3 S.H5.4 S.~5.5 S~5.6 S~5.7 S~5.8 S.R Rail Land use data for use In planning for route modifictibons, tensional and warehouse locations (F) Delivery and Pickup (On-street, off-street parldng by principal ntraurban routes). Other- Pl.3, FI.2 Pavement data by highway route (pavement serviceability radng, long- term pavement performance costs) - P12.3 Any data pertinent to condition of routes, bridges, ramps, etc. Hat affect the ~iciengy of ird;en~ban truck access to He urban area or tmclc pick-u and delivery activities - Ply, Pll.l, FI.2 Age of various road classes Over fist of all state projects proposed for the nex 3 years m~num~n) including funding data List of Al metropolitan (MP03 projects proposed for He next 3 years (mm~stium) - including funding data Major ~nveshne~ date (planned supply augmentation projects) Project history data (past capably expansion and maintenance, project infonnabon suck as project dates, type of constIucilon, rehabilitation, etc.) Project ev~uabon data Planned expansions and modifications Project; mair~ance data Other S.R.1 Systems Data S.R1.1 S.R1.2 S.R1.3 S.R. 1.4 S.R.1.5 S.R.2 Service Data (Terminals) fogies of passenger and freight tracic - P2.1, P2.2 Nodes and segments by rail line (GIS) - E2.2, E2.3, F3.1 Capable y and current utilization by principal routes Land use data for system expansion - P2.} Over - F2.2, E2.3 S.R.2.1 Access (intennodal access) - E2.1, E3.1 S.R.2.2. Cities serviced S.R2.3 Percent Wins on time by pnnc~pal routes S.~.2.4 Passenger service frequency

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S.R2.5 S.R2.6 S.R2.7 S.R.2.8 Fac~lii~es Data S.R3.1 S.R3.2 S.R3.3 S.R3.4 S.R3.5 S.R3.6 S~3.7 S.R3.8 S3.9 S.R4 Condition Data S4.1 S~4.2 S.R4.3 S4.4 S.R4.5 S.R4.5 (I;) Freight service frequency - E2.1, 157.3, F77.9 Data on service providers - P2.2, E2.1, 17.3, F7.12 Fare and fee structure data - F2.1, F7.3 Over- P11.2, F2.1, F7.13 Number of passenger and freight cars Passenger track miles Inventory of facilities at each stop Inventory of road crossing equipment :~termodal ter~runals by location - E3.! (F)Cargo transfer eqliipm~ - F2.l, 177.12, E.7.13 (:F)Ca~o storage facilities Inventory of infrastructure (em, gui~deways) - F2.2 Over - E~7.12 Age (cars, track,;, tunnels, bridges, cross eqmpm~t, etc.) Road crossing co~didon Ma Bridge condition (by roved Tunnel clearances (by route) Service record (tracks, facilities, cars, road crossing) Over S.R.5 Project Data (SYstenis and Terminals) S.R5.1 S.R5.2 S.R5.3 S.R5.4 S.R5.5 S.R5.6 S.R5.7 S.R5.8 S.T. Transit S - ems S.T. 1 S=tems Data S.T.1.1 S.T.1.2 S.T.1 .3 S.T.1.4 List of all state projects proposed for Me next 3 years (Irurmnum) including finding date List of all metropolitan (MPO) projects proposed for the next 3 years (~mum) - including finding clan Major investment data (planned supply au~n~tation projects) Project history data (past capacity expansion and mair~ance, project infom~abon such as project ~es, type of construction, r~abilitadon, etc. Project evatuabon data Planned expansions and modifications Project maintenance data Over - ~ventory of all routes Capacity and current utitizabon Route or track miles Vehicle miles 1 56

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'; - ';2%; :;~!~';!;:~:;2;.;:;.';!;';';';'-;';';';~;':':':':-:~:~:':~:':':':::; :'-:~:': :':':': :;:~;:~':: ~ :;:':~:':':;:~''';:;':: -' ~'me ~-~-~ ~en:; 't '.:: :~ i; ' . a ~ - . S.T. 1.5 S.T.1.6 S.T.2 Service Data S.T.2.1 S.T.2.2 S.T.2.3 S.T.2.4 Fac~libes Data . S.T.3.1 S.T.3.2 S.T.3.3 S.T.4 Condition Data S.T.4.2 S.T.4.3 Inventory of inte~modal connections Over Access data Percent on hme by transit mode and route Fare and fee structure data Other ve~oryoffacilides (garages, park & ride lots, stations, stops) :~vento~y of-=ns~t vehicles gight rail cars, buses, subway cars, ~c.) Over - P12.4 S.T.4.] Statistics on sentences performed on all transit mode vehicles (maintenance schedule, service records) Statistics ~ services perfonned on all transit mode facilities (maint~ce schedule, service records) - P12.4 Historical statistics on seances performed on aD transit mode in~astruc~lre (e. light rail Midway) Age of vehicles, famiides, and ir~astru~re Over S.T.4.4 S.T.4.5 S.T.5 Project Data S.~.5.1 S.T.5.2 S.T.5.3 S.T.5.4 S.T.5.5 S.T.5.6 S.T.5.7 S.T.5.8 S.P. Pow and Wand Waterway .. List of all state projects proposed for Me next 3 years m~mlmum) including funding data . .. .. _ _ - List of ad me;ropolitan (MPO) proj~s proposed for the n~ 3 years (minimum) - including funding data Major investment data (planned supply aug Tlmtabon projects) - 1712~4 Project history data (past capacitor expansion and mair~ance, project infom~adon such as project dates, type of construction, rthabilitabon, I) Project evaluation data Planned expansions and modifications Project Mbintmance data Over- Pa.! S.P. 1 Systems Data S.P.1.1 Ports (GIS) - F3.1, F4.1, F4.6 S.P.1.2 Inland watewrayse~nents(GIS)-F4.1 l 57

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S.P.1.3 S.P.1.4 S.P.1.5 S.P.1.6 Locks and capacity- F4.1 Capacity and current utilization by principal routes - 84.1 Land use data for port expansion - F4.3, F4.4, F4.6 Other S.P.2 Se~v~ce Data S.P.2.1 S.P.2.2 S.P.2.3 S.P.2.4 S.P.2.5 S.P.2.6 S.P.2.7 S.P.2.8 S.P.2.9 Facilities Data Access by all modes - FI.l, I?2.l, F3.l, FA3, F4.4 Shiplines/Fer~y Service lines serving each port Sailing frequencies by Nonagon (by Barge lines serving each port - E7.10 Muldmodal connections - E2.! Months river is open CitiesIRegtons se~v~ced- F~7.9 Fare and fee structure data Other- F7.16 S.P.3.] Number ofproviders(boats/femes) S.P.3.2 Number of passenger do~ngficilities S~.3.3 ~ventory of passenger ficilities at port S~.3.4 (F) Cargo t~nsfer faali~es by port (including han(1ling; equipment) F4.2, F4.5, F4.6, F9.6 S.P.3.5 (F) Cargo storage facilities - F4.2, F4.5, F4.6 S.P.3.6 Ber~ Capac~ F4.6 S.P.3.7 Other - E3.l, F4.2, F4.6 S.P.4 Condition Data S.P.4.1 S.P.4.2 S.P.4.3 S.P.4.4 S.P.4.1 S.P.4.2 S.P.4.4 S.P.S Proiect Data S.P.5.1 S.P.5.2 S.P.5.3 S.P.5.4 - Dralging sthedules Docks and ber~s (age, senace records, mairen~nce schedules) Navigation aids (age, service records, maintenance schedules) Boats and femes (age, sen~ice records, maintmance schedules, U.S. Coast Guard cerdficates) Chame! dep~ and u~ Locks (age and ma~ntenance sthedule O~er List of all state projects praposed for ~e next 3 years (m~nimum) including funding data List of all metropol~tan (MPO) projects propc~sed for the next 3 years (minimum) - including funding data Major investment data (~lanned supply au~nentation projects) Project history data (past capac~ty expansion and maintenance, project infonnation such as project dates, ~pe of construction, rehabil~tation, etc. , 58 .

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S.P.S.S Project evaluation data S.P.5.6 Planned expansions and moclificahons S.P.5.7 Project maintenance data S.P.5.8 Other S.A. Air (Airports) S.A.1 Systems Data S.Al.1 S.A. 1.2 S.A. 1.3 S.A1.4 S.A1.5 S.A.2 Service Data Runways (number and lengths) Land use data for airport expansion Number of airports - E3.1 Capacitor and current utilization by punapal routes - P4.1 Over S.~2.1 Number of prodders (airlines seeing city) - P8.2, E.7.1 S.A2.2 Cities served- P4.1 S.A:2.3 ~) Freight service ~equmpy - P4.1, E~7.1, E7.9, F9.4 S.~2.4 ~ermodal access and connections S.A2.5 Perch ondme by airline and route S.A2.6 Fare or fee structure (range of prices, prices per passenger mile) S.A2.7 Over - P4.1 S.A.3 Faalities Data S.A3.1 Passenger t~nsferfacilides (bus stops, train stations, parking) S.A.3.2 (F) Cargo transfer equipment - P4.1 S.A3.3 (F) C=o storage Fillies - P4.1 S.A3.4 ~ver~oIy of airport facilities (mates, walk~rays,etc.) S.A.3.5 Over - E3.! S.A.4 Condition Data S.A4. ~Immal condition data (age, service records, maintenance schedule S.A.4.2 Runways data (age, service record, maintenance schedule) S.A.4.3 Airplane data by airline sage, service record, maintenance schedule) S.A4.4 Cargo transfer equipment S.A.4.5 . Over S.A.5 Project Data S.A.5.1 . S.A.5.2 S.A.5.3 List of all state projects proposed for the next 3 years (minimum) including Finding data List of ah metropolitan (MPO) projects propose for Me next 3 years (minimum) - including funding data Major tavestrnent data (planned supply augmentation projects) ~9

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S.A.5.4 S.A.5.5 S.A.5.6 S.A~ S.A.5.8 Demand Attributes (D) D.1 Economic Data l D.1.1 D.1.2 D.1.3 D.1.4 D.1.5 D.1.6 D.1.7 D.1.8 D.1.9 D.1.10 D.1.11 D.1.12 D.2 Demographic Data D.2.1 D.2.2 D.2.3 Project history data (past capacity expansion and maintenance,project information such as project dates, type of construction, rehabilitation, etc. Project evaluation data Planned expansions and mochficaiions Project maintenance data Over Income data by household and radon-historical, Abhorrent and projected - PS.l, P6.3, PS.3, P8.4, P8.S, F6.l, F6.2 Employment data by SIC code and region-histoncal, current and projected - P5.1, P6.3, P6.4, P6.5, P7.1, P7.2, F6.1, F6.2 Vehicle ownership data by household and region Travel cost data (em, auto operating costs, parking costs, Posit fares, tolls, etc.)- P5.2 Pro~- ~m for rrojecur~ income and employment by household, SIC code, and radon dustrial operations Evocation, SIC code and employment) (;F) Wholesalers and distributors ~ion, SIC code and employment) (F) Commodity production data by SIC and geographic detail-historical, current and projected - F5.2, F5.8, F5.9, E7.4, E7.8 (F) Commodity consumption data by SIC and geographic detail histoncal, current and projected - FS.1, F5.2, F5.8, 375.9, E7.4, E.7.8 (F) Export/lmport data by point of e~nt/en~y (seaports, airports and highway and PI border points) - Fit' F5.3, F5.4, Fit' F5.6, Fit, F5~10, F5.11, li7~7, F~7~11, 1F7~12, F7~13, F~7~14, E~7~15, E~7.17, F9.6 (P) Proxy data for projecting commodity production and consumption data (projections of Ploys, income, etc., by geographic area) - F5~6, F9.4 Over - Pit, Paw, P8.5, F5~6 Population and labor force data (em, population size, density, geographic distribution) ~ historical, current and projected - P5.1, P6.1, Pit' P6.3, Pit, Paw' P7~1' P7.2, P8.3. P8~4e Pa 5. Few, ~F6~2, F63 . Househ.31d ~ractensucs beg, household size, number of children, number of licensed members)-historical, current and projected - Pit, P7.1, P8.3, P8.4, P8.5, P9.2, F6~3 Over- P6.4, P6.5 60

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D.3 Land Use Data D.3.1 D.3.3 D.3.4 D.3.5 D.3.6 Acreage data (e.g., acres of land by major use, square footage by major use) -- historical, current and projected - P7.3 Ho;~stng date (e.g., occupancy densities, type distributions, location distributions)- P6.5, P7.l, P7.3 Employment data (e.&, employment densides, type distributions, location . distributions) - P6.4, P6.5, P7.l, P7.2, P7.3, F6.3 Access data (em, accessibility to services, mix an-d ~ntensi~ of services) P7.3 Zoning data (em, ore zoning restrictions, planned land uses) P7.3 Dyer [F) Commodity Flow Data-(historical. cutest and projected) D.4.1 D.4.2 D.4.3 D.4.4 I;).5 Travel Data ~. D.5.1 D.5.2 D.5.3 D.5.4 D.5.5 D.5.6 Commodity flow data by ID - FS.2, F5.3, FS.4, F5.5, F5.6, F5.7, F5.8, FS.9, FS.10, F5.11, E 7.3, 177.4, E 7.5, E 7.6, E 7.7, E~7.8, E~7.9, FJ7.10, F7.11, E~7.12, W.13, F.7.14, 177.15, 177.16, 177.17, F~7.18, E8.1, F9.6, F10.3 Modal split ~ commodity flow data by ~D - FS.4, FS.8, FS.9, 1?7.1, F7.4, E7.5, E'7.6, F7.12, F7.13, F7.14, F7.15, F7.16, E~7.18, F9.4 Factors aecting modal split D.4.3 ~ Reladve modal rates D.4.3.2 Delivery~meby~D D.4.3 3 O~er O~er - FS.1, FS.2, E.7.2, E*7.3, E~7.16 Trip generadon data (e.~, person trips by purpose, v~hicle ~ips by purpose, t~nsit trips by pu~pose, non-motorized trips, etc.) ~ historical, curre~ and projected - P6.2, P6.4, P8.2, 178.3, P8.4, P8.5, P8.7, P8.8, P9.2, E8.1, F1Q3 Trip &stribution data (e.g., trip 1~h distrib~ons, trips by tim~of day, etc.) ~ histor~cad, current and progected - P8.1, P8.3, P8.4, P8.5, P8.7, P9.1, ES.1 Special generators data (e.g;, tounsm, convendons, spemal everlts, etc.) - P6.1 Traffic volume data (e.g., annual average daily traffic, design hourly volume, peak hour ~ic pe~age, tfirectional split, peak penod vo~ume, tuniing movements, zone to zone modal split, ectemal stabon traffic counts, etc.) ~ historical, alITent and projected - P6.2, P8.1, P8.2, P8.7, P8.8, P9.1, P9.3, P10.2, F5.8, F5.9, F7.6, E9.1, FlQl, F10.2 VMT data (e.g., V~ mix, VMT by fimctional road class, VM1~ by iim~ of-day, etc.) ~ histoncal, alrreslt and projected - P8.1, P8.5, P9.1, P12.1 (F) Shipper modal seleciion factors - P6.1, P8.1, F5.8, F5.9 D.5.6. 1 Delivery iimes by O-D

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D.5.6.2 Relai~ve modal costs D.5.7 Other - P6.1, P6.2, P6.4, P8.3, P8.4, P8.5, 17.9, F10.1, F10.3 D.6 Travel Behavior Data D.6.1 D.6.2 0.6.3 D.6.4 D.6.5 Mode chow da+= free.. Air; Ad', '-gal--;, port, transit fare matrices, parldug costs, mode availabilit~r var~ables such as vehicle ownership and percent of houses and jobs wi~in walldug dist~ce to ~sit, etc.)- histoncal, current and projected - P6.4, PS.1, P8.3, P8.4, P8.5, P9.1, P9.2, P9.4, F5.8, F5.9, F10.2 Rout;e choice data (e.g., network assignm~t, pretrip planning, out-of pocket end time costs, etc.) - P9.2, P9.4 User preferenc" data (e.~, will~gness to pay, r~der preferences, carpooling, r~deshadn~ etc.) -histoncad, a~=t and projected - P9.2, P9.4 ~of~y for pickup and deliver~es (F)CaTrier behavior data - FS.7, FS.S, FS.9, E7.l, E7.2, F'7.3, 1?~724, E~7.6, E8.l, FlO.! D.6.5.} Dis~$orypr~ang D.6.5.2 ~termodal agreem~ D.6.6 Other - P6.4, P8.3, P8.4, P8.5, P9.l, P9.4 Svstem Perfo~mance A~ibutes (P) P:1 Saf~ Data P.1.1 P.1.2 P.1.3 P.1.4 P.1.5 P.2 Performance Mmsures - P.2.1 P.2.2 7~d=w da~ e.g., number, ~pe, location, and du~raboI1 of t~ic incidents, etc.) - PlQl, P1Q2, P12.4, E9.1, E9,5, F10.4 Acc~d~ts data (e.g., number of accadents, dea~s, ~njur~es by mode) - P10.1, P10.2, P1Q3, Pll.l, P12.4, 1?9.1, E9.2, F9.3, E9.5, ]?9.6 Secu~ity data (number and Wpe of sea~nty ~nad~ts by mode and senace populadons, etc.) Medical senqces data (e.g., response fume, number of prov~ders, etc.) O~er- E9.5 Highway performance data (e.~, re~rrent and non-recurrent congestion, pem-n ~ ~i~le mileslEnurs of delay, lane and vehicle m~les of roadway operating at substandard {evel~f-service, average system speed, inadent location and response, average delay per personlvehicle, etc.) -- histoncal, current and projected - Pll.l, Pl2.6 Transit performance data (e.g, average system speed, on-iime perfomlance, vehicle hours per trip, etc.) -- histor~cal, cu~ent and projected - P9.3, Pl2.6

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P.2.3 P.2.4 P.2.5 P.2.6 P.2.7 P.2.8 P.2.9 P.2.10 Svs~n Imp acts Attributes ~ I.] Air Ouatitv Data L1.1.2 1.1.3 T 1 ~ _. . . 1.1.5 1.1.6 1.1.7 I.2 Over Environmental Data 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 1.2.6 termodal system performance data (e.g., transfer time between modes, delay along terminal access routes, etc.) -- historical, current and projected - P12.4, P12.6 Effiacocy data by mode (e.g., load factors per unit of capacity, percent on-time performance, average delay time, percent service interruptions, etc.) ~ historical, adherent and projects - P8.7 User cost data (em, cost per trip and mat of travel, travel time, etc.) historical, current and projectM - Pll.1, P12.6 (F) Deliver times by AD and mode/'ntermodal (F) Cargo damage by modeh~ntennodal (F) Congestion at terminals (F) Shipment costs Over - P8.7, Pll.l, E2.l, :E?9.4, F9.6 Vehicle radons data (em, vehicle populations by class, filet type, voyage dis~ib~ions, etc.) ~ histoncal, current and projected - FlO.l, FI0.2, FlQ3, FI0.4 Vow data (e.~, VMT by f~chonal road class and tim~of day, Vow mix by votive class, mileage accum~abon rates by vintage, Tic cows by 1im~of day, VMT forecasts, etc.)-histoncal, current and projected Speed data (e.g., average speed by f~mctior~ road class, vehicle class, ne-of~y, geographic area, etc.)-historical, current and projected Arm ~ (e.g., number of trips by purpose, cold versus hot starts, etc.)- historical, current and projected hupac:t; assessment data (e.g., emissions contributions by vehicle class and poLutar~, TOM effusiveness eshmates~V~. reduction, etc.) historical, current and projected - F10.4 Interurban Mission cor~ibution by mode Highway, rail, air, port)- historical, adherent and projected Other- P12.6 Visual and aesthetic impacts (e.g., infonnat~on on interrupted views, neighborhood view of fatality, simulations or drawings Mat scale facility to neighborhood, etc.) Noise and ~ribrabon impacts (~.g., ~! noise cntena, etc.) Ecosystems (e.g., ex~sdng wife or vegetation resource data, acres of wetlands affected by construction of transportation facilities, etc.) - FI0.4 Ar*~eolo~cal and century impacts (e.g., inventory of national re~ster sites, aerial photographs and periodicals, etc.) Parklands (e.g. info megaton on size, owner, and location, accessibility, fi~nciion, etc.) Other- P12.3, P12.6 , /;A

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I.3 Land Use Data 1.3.1 Somo economic impact (e.g., infonnaaon on displacement of residents, dwellings, and businesses, conceptual design drawings, land market value data, parcel mapping, etc.) 1.3.2 Neighborhood impacts (e.g., neighborhood plans, demographic composition, socimeconomic composition, etc.) 1.3.3 Over I.4 Energy Data 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4 I.S Energy consumption impact 'oy Node-historical, current and projected P12.1, P12.4, P12.5 Energy effiacncy impacts by mode-historical, Current and projected P12.1, P12.5 Energy price impacts ~ historical, Averts and projected - P12.5 Over- P12.6 Economic Grown Data 1.5.1 Loom employment impacts (e.~, expected job creation of transportation 1.5.2 1.5.3 1.5.4 1.5.5 1.5.6 , 65 projects In local area, etc.) R - ona1 employment impacts (e.~, e7rpec:ted job creation of transportation projects In local area, etc.) (F) Access to natural resources (F) Access to domestic markets Qi) Access to ports and foreign markets Over ......... , .

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