Transportation management plans (TMPs) are a set of coordinated strategies designed to help agencies achieve work zone project goals related to traffic mobility, efficient system operation, motorist and worker safety, and other operational targets.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program'sNCHRP Web-Only Document 276: Evaluating Strategies for Work Zone Transportation Management Plans focuses on the field evaluations that are part of NCHRP Research Report 945: Strategies for Work Zone Transportation Management Plans.
Table of Contents
|2.0 TMP Strategy Guidebook||7-9|
|3.0 Survey Results Regarding the Use and Effectiveness of Individual TMP Strategies||10-16|
|4.0 Selection of Treatments for Field Evaluations||17-20|
|5.0 Field Evaluation of Truck Lane Restrictions||21-56|
|6.0 Field Evaluation of Temporary Ramp Metering||57-99|
|7.0 Field Evaluation of Reversible Lanes||100-157|
|8.0 Summary of Findings||158-163|
|Appendix A Survey Form||165-206|
|Appendix B Strategy Cross-Reference Matrix||207-210|
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