Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) is an operational concept that seeks to reduce congestion and improve performance by maximizing the use of available multimodal capacity across a corridor, including highways, arterial roads, and transit systems.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Web-Only Document 287: Planning and Implementing Multimodal, Integrated Corridor Management: Guidebook provides an overview of current recommended practices and outlines critical components for the planning, design and development, and operations and maintenance of an ICM system.
Table of Contents
|NCHRP Web-Only Document 287: Project 03-131, Contractor's Guidebook||1-4|
|Chapter 1 - Getting Started: Using the Guidance Document||12-15|
|Chapter 2 - Integrated Corridor Management||16-23|
|Chapter 3 - Pre-Assessing Integrated Corridor Management||24-28|
|Chapter 4 - Planning for Integrated Corridor Management||29-101|
|Chapter 5 - Planning for the Technical Components of Integrated Corridor Management||102-116|
|Chapter 6 - Planning for Operations and Maintenance of an Integrated Corridor Management System||117-122|
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