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A Guidebook on Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies (2016)

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Suggested Citation:"Acronyms and Abbreviations ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2016. A Guidebook on Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21929.
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195 ADA—Americans with Disabilities Act APC—automatic passenger counter AVL—automatic vehicle location BRT—bus rapid transit CBD—central business district CMF—crash modification factor COTA—Central Ohio Transit Authority DART—Dallas Area Rapid Transit DOT—department of transportation HCM—Highway Capacity Manual HSM—Highway Safety Manual IGA—intergovernmental agreement g/C ratio—green-time ratio JTA—Jacksonville Transit Authority LOS—level of service LRT—light rail transit LTD—Lane Transit District MOE—measure of effectiveness MOU—memorandum of understanding MPO—metropolitan planning organization MTA—Metropolitan Transportation Authority MTC—Metropolitan Transportation Commission MUTCD—Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices NACTO—National Association of City Transportation Officials NYCT—New York City Transit ROW—right-of-way RTE—Request to Experiment SBS—Select Bus Service SFCTA—San Francisco County Transportation Authority SFMTA—San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency STA—Spokane Transit Authority TCQSM—Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual TEP—Transit Effectiveness Project TSP—transit signal priority UTA—Utah Transit Authority v/c ratio—volume-to-capacity ratio Acronyms and Abbreviations

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TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 183: A Guidebook on Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies is a resource for transit and roadway agency staff seeking to improve bus speed and reliability on surface streets, while addressing the needs of other roadway users, including motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians.

The guidebook identifies consistent and uniform strategies to help improve transportation network efficiency to reduce delay and improve reliability for transit operations on roadways; and includes decision-making guidance for operational planning and functional design of transit/traffic operations on roads that provides information on warrants, costs, and impacts of strategies.

The guidebook also identifies the components of model institutional structures and intergovernmental agreements for successful implementation; and highlights potential changes to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and related documents to facilitate implementation of selected strategies.

In addition to the report, TCRP Web-Only Document 66: Improving Transportation Network Efficiency Through Implementation of Transit-Supportive Roadway Strategies documents the methodology used to develop the report.

A PowerPoint presentation accompanies the report.

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