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Reliability Solutions

Solution Status:

  • “Available” – available for implementation
  • “Arriving Soon” – scheduled for implementation
  • “Research” – not yet scheduled for implementation
Title Focus Area Topic Status
National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training Program (L12/L32) Reliability Available
Organizing for Reliability Tools (L06/L01/L31/L34) Reliability Available
Reliability Data and Analysis Tools (L02/L05/L07/L08/C11) Reliability Arriving Soon
Framework for Improving Travel-Time Reliability (L17/L13A/L36) Reliability Arriving Soon
Urban Freeway Models for Operations Strategies (L03) Reliability Research
Guidelines for Incorporating Reliability Performance Measures into Travel Models (L04) Reliability Research
Modeling Approach to Performance Measurement for Reliability/ Feasibility of Using In-Vehicle Video Data to Explore How to Modify Driver Behavior that Causes Non-Recurring Congestion (L10) Reliability Research
Economic Evaluation Models to Assess Improvements in Travel-Time Reliability (L11) Reliability Research
Capstone Reliability Data Archive (L13) Reliability
Research
Communicating Traveler Information and Estimating Its Value to Travelers (L14) Reliability
Research
Origin-to-Destination Reliability Information on Google Maps (L15A) Reliability Research
Proximity Information Resources for Special Events (L15B) Reliability Research
Coordinated Training for Traffic Incident Responders and Managers (L32) Reliability
Research
Validation of Urban Freeway Models (L33) Reliability
Research
Local Methods for Modeling, Economic Evaluation, Justification, and Use of Travel-Time Reliability in Transportation Decision Making - No fact sheet (L35) Reliability
Research
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