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Construction – Criteria Definitions and Examples – Indirect Costs


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Slide 8. Criteria Definitions and Examples

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Criteria Definitions and Examples
Criteria Definitions and Examples – Indirect Costs Indirect Costs User Delay This factor captures costs of user dely at a project site due to reduced speeds and/or off-site detour routes.
Freight Mobility This factor captures costs of freight delay at a project site due to reduced speeds and/or off-site detour routes.
Revenue Loss This factor captures lost revenues due to limited access to local business resulting from limited or more difficult access stemming from the construction activity.
Livability During Construction This factor captures the impact to the communities resulting from construction activities. Examples include noise, air quality, and limited access.
Road Users Exposure This factor captures the safety risks associated with user exposure to the construction zone.
Construction Personnel Exposure This factor captures the safety risks associated with worker exposure to construction zone.

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