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HERS-ST: The Indiana Experience

6. What's Next?

INDOT's goal is to gravitate towards HERS-ST and fully utilize the standardized software. This includes participation in the developers group, which Nunnally views as key to the future of HERS-ST.

In addition, Indiana wants to increase interest in HERS-ST, not only at the State level but at the local level as well. Already, one MPO which had developed its own benefit-cost analysis tool has asked for training and a copy of the HERS-ST software.

Figure 9: Statewide Mobility Corridor Hierarchy.
A GIS Map of Statewide mobility corridor maps are just one of the many graphic outputs HERS offers.
Snapshot courtesy of INDOT's Planning Section.

Additional information is available from the following:

Roy Nunnally
Section Manager, Modeling and Forecasting
Indiana DOT

Steve Smith
Section Manager, Corridor and Long Range Planning
Indiana DOT

Robert B. Mooney
Asset Management Specialist
FHWA, Office of Asset Management

U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration

Office of Asset Management
Federal Highway Administration
U.S. Department of Transportation
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Washington, DC 20590
Telephone: (202) 366-0392
Fax: 202-366-9981


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