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Part One: Methods, Models, and Software
Part Two: Published Documents
Part Three: Other Resources

Part One: Methods, Models, and Software

Reference Published citation Contact agency
Methods, Models, and Software    
Comprehensive Modal Emissions Model   University of California at Riverside
Prof. Matthew Barth
909-781-5782
DRAM/EMPAL   S.H. Putman Associates, Inc.
Stephen Putman
215-848-2385
FISCALS   Tischler & Associates
800-424-4318
FTIM
(Freight Transportation Investment Model)
  Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
Lance Grenzeback

617-354-0167
Gap Analysis   United States Geological Survey
HDM-4
(Highway Development and Management Tools)Information:
http://www.worldbank.org/
transport/
Software:
http://mctrans.ce.ufl.edu/
  Information: World Bank, PIARC Software: McTrans, University of Florida
HERS
(Highway Economic Requirements System)
  Federal Highway Administration
Thomas Keane
202-366-9242
HLFM II+   AJH Associates
Alan J. Horowitz
HSPF watershed model   Scientific Software Group
Hydrogeomorphic Wetlands System   Army Corps of Engineers
Federal Highway Administration
:
Paul Garnett
303-969-5772 x332
IDAS (ITS Deployment Analysis System)Software: http://mctrans.ce.ufl.edu/   Information:
Cambridge Systematics, Inc
:
Vassili Alexiadis
510-873-8700Sofware:
McTrans, University of Florida
IMPLAN    Minnesota IMPLAN Group:
651-439-4421
info@implan.com
INDEX model   Criterion Planners/Engineers:
Eliot Allen
503-224-8606
InfraCycle software   InfraCycle Software Ltd.
888-836-1618
ray@infracycle.com
Land Transformation Model   Michigan State University:
Bryan Pijanowski
517-432-0039
MEASURE emissions model   Georgia Institute of Technology
Randall Guensler
404-894-0405
MEPLAN   Marcial Eschenique & Partners Ltd.
Marcial Eschenique
(0223) 840704
Mn/Model archeological model   Minnesota Department of Transportation:
Beth Hobbs
651-296-9243Joe Hudak
651-296-6116
Net_BC   Bernardin, Lochmueller & Associates
Michael Grovak
765-463-0502
PLACE3S   United States Department of Energy:
Ken Snyder
303-275-4819
REMI
(Regional Economic Models, Inc.)
  Regional Economic Models, Inc.:
413-549-1169
SCALDS (Social Costs of Alternative Land Development Scenarios)    Federal Highway Administration:
Patrick DeCorla-Souza
202-366-4076
SCARE (System Cost and Revenue Estimation model)    Federal Highway Administration:
Patrick DeCorla-Souza
202-366-4076
Smart Growth INDEX   Criterion Planners/Engineers:
Eliot Allen
503-224-8606
STEP Environmental Protection Agency. Technical Methods for Analyzing Pricing Measures to Reduce Transportation Emissions. Office of Policy, Report EPA-231-R-98-06, August 1998.  
StratBENCOST   Hickling Lewis Brod Inc.
Khalid Bekka
301-565-0391
Tool for Evaluating Neighborhood Sustainability   Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation
IBI Group, Toronto, CA:
416-596-1930
TELUS
(Transportation, Economic, and Land Use System)
  New Jersey Institute of Technology:
Louis Pignataro
973-596-3363
Traffic Noise Model   Information:
Federal Highway Administration

Bob Armstrong
202-366-2073Software:
McTrans at the University of Florida:
352-392-0378, fax 3224
TRANUS De la Barra, T. Integrated Land Use and Transport Modeling. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1989. Modelestica
Tomas de la Barra
(58) 2761-5432
UrbanSim   Paul Waddell
206-221-4161
Watershed Planning System   Maryland Office of Planning:
Joe Tassone
410-767-4547
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Part Two: Published Documents

Reference Published citation Contact agency
Published Documents    
AASHTO (1977) American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. A Manual on User Benefit Analysis of Highway and Bus-Transit Improvements. Washington, D.C., 1977.  
Abraham and Hunt (2000) Abraham J. and D. Hunt (2000). Parameter Estimation Strategies for Large Scale Urban Models. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January 2000, Paper No. 00-0624.  
Anas (1999) Anas, Alex. Application of the METROSIM Model in New York. Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, January 1999.  
Bardman (no date) Bardman, Cynthia A. Applicability of Biodiversity Impact Assessment Methodologies to Transportation Projects. Transportation Research Record 1601.  
Batey, Madden, and Scholefield (1992) Batey, Peter W.J.; Moss Madden and Graham Scholefield. Socioeconomic Impact Assessment of Large-scale Projects using Input-Output Analysis: A Case Study of an Airport. Regional Studies Vol. 27:3, 1992.  
Benfield, Raimi, and Chen (1999) Benfield, F. Kaid; Matthew D. Raimi, and Donald D.T. Chen. Once There Were Greenfields. Natural Resources Defense Council and Surface Transportation Policy Project, New York, NY, 1999.  
Bowman et al. (1998) Bowman, J.L., M. Bradley, Y. Shiftan, T.K. Lawton, and M. Ben-Akiva. Demonstration of Activity-Based Model System for Portland. In World Transport Research, Selected Proceedings from the 8th World Conference on Transport Research, Antwerp, Belgium 1998.  
Burchell, et al. (1999) Burchell, Robert W., et al. The Costs of Sprawl - Revisited. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 39, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 1999.  
Burchell, Listokin, et al. (1994) Burchell, Robert W., David Listokin, et al.Development Impact Assessment Handbook. The Urban Land Institute, 1994.  
Burchell, Listokin, and Dolphin (1985) Burchell, Robert W., David Listokin, and William R. Dolphin. The New Practitioner's Guide to Fiscal Impact Analysis. Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1985.  
Cambridge Systematics (1998) Cambridge Systematics, Inc., With Robert Cervero and David Aschauer. Economic Impact Analysis of Transit Investments: Guidebook for Practitioners. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 35, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1998.  
Cambridge Systematics (1999) Cambridge Systematics, Inc., with IMPEX Logistics, Eng-Wong & Taub Associates, and The Tioga Group. MORPC Inland Port III: Summary Report. Prepared for the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, March 1999. Cambridge Systematics, Inc.:
Lance Grenzeback
617-354-0167
Cambridge Systmatics (2000) Cambridge Systematics, Inc. Development and Application of a Microsimulation Activity-based Model for San Francisco. Oakland, CA (PENDING PUBLICATION) Cambridge Systematics:
Steven Decker or
Maren Outwater
510-873-8700.
Cavalli-Sforza and Ortolano (1984) Cavalli-Sforza, Violetta, and Leonard Ortolano. Delphi Forecasts of Land Use: Transportation Interactions. Journal of Transportation Engineering Vol. 110, No. 3, 1984.  
Cervero and Kockelman (1997) Cervero, R. and K. Kockelman. Travel Demand and the 3Ds: Density, Diversity, and Design, Transportation Research D Vol. 2, 1997. University of California:
Berkeley, Department of City and Regional Planning
Prof. Robert Cervero
Chesapeake Bay Foundation et al. (1996) Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Environmental Defense Fund, et al. A Network of Livable Communities: Evaluating Travel Behavior Effects of Alternative Transportation and Community Designs for the National Capital Region. Washington, D.C., May 1996.  
Cogan (1997) Cogan, Christopher. California Biodiversity Project: Application of Ecological Data to Biodiversity Analysis. University of California, Santa Cruz, July 1997.  
Criterion Planners/Engineers (2000) Criterion Planners/Engineers and Fehr & Peers Associates Inc. Smart Growth INDEX Technical Description Version 2.0. Developed for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, DRAFT, March 2000. Criterion Planners/Engineers:
Eliot Allen
503-224-8606
De la Barra (1989) De la Barra, T. Integrated Land Use and Transport Modeling. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1989.  
DeCorla-Souza (2000) DeCorla-Souza, Patrick. Estimating Highway Mobility Benefits. ITE Journal Vol. 70 No. 2, February 2000. Federal Highway Administration
Patrick DeCorla-Souza
202-366-4076
Delucchi (1997) Delucchi, M.A. (1997). The Annualized Social Cost of Motor Vehicle Use in the U.S., 1990-1991: Summary. Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis. University of California, Davis:
Institute of Transportation Studies
Donnelly and Upton (1998) Donnelly, Rick, and William J. Upton.The Development of Integrated Land Use-Transport Models in Oregon.In Transportation, Land Use, and Air Quality: Making the Connection (conference proceedings), American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston VA (May 1998).  
Douglas (2000)  Douglas, Bruce. Data Collection and Modeling Requirements for Assessing Transportation Impacts of Micro-Scale Design. Prepared for the Travel Model Improvement Program (2000).  
ECONorthwest and Parsons Brinckerhoff (1995) ECONorthwest and Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade and Douglas, Inc. Evaluation of Transportation Alternatives: Least-Cost Planning: Principles, Applications, and Issues.Prepared for Federal Highway Administration, Publication No. FHWA-PD-95-038, September 1995.  
ECONorthwest (1996) ECONorthwest. Case Study:Testing Application of Integrated Transportation Planning Methods on System-Level Evaluation. Prepared for Puget Sound Regional Council and FHWA, June 1996. Puget Sound Regional Council
Information Center
206-464-7532
Engelke (1997) Engelke, Lynette J. (ed). Activity-Based Travel Forecasting Conference Proceedings: Summary, Recommendations and Compendium of Papers.U.S. Department of Transportation, Travel Model Improvement Program, February 1997. Texas Transportation Institute
Lynette Engelke
817-277-5503 ext. 226.
EPA (1998) United States Environmental Protection Agency. Technical Methods to Analyze Pricing Measures to Reduce Transportation Emissions. EPA 231-R-98-006, Office of Policy: Washington, D.C. (August 1998).  
FHWA (1996) Federal Highway Administration. Community Impact Assessment: A Quick Reference for Transportation. Publication No. FHWA-PD-96-036 (September 1996). FHWA Office of Environment and Planning:
202-366-0106
FHWA (1999) Transportation Case Studies in GIS. Federal Highway Administration:
Michael Culp
202-366-9229
Forkenbrock and Schweitzer (1997) Forkenbrock, David J. and Lisa A. Schweitzer. Environmental Justice and Transportation Investment Policy.Public Policy Center, University of Iowa, 1997. University of Iowa
Public Policy Center
David Forkenbrock
319-335-6800
Garrett and Bank (1995) Garrett. Paul A. and Fred G. Bank. The Ecosystem Approach and Transportation Development. Presented before the Standing Committee on the Environment at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Norfolk, Virginia, October 30, 1995. Federal Highway Administration
Office of Environment and Planning
Fred Bank
202-366-5004
Gillespie (1995) Gillespie, James S. I-73 Economic Impact Analysis. Virginia Transportation Research Council, Virginia Dept. of Transportation, January 1995.  
Hagler Bailly (2000) Hagler Bailly Services, Inc. Guidance on Using Existing Economic Analysis Tools for Evaluating Transportation Investments. National Cooperative Highway Research Program Project 2-19(2), (PENDING PUBLICATION).  
Handy and Niemeyer (1997) Handy, S.L. and D.A. Niemeyer. Measuring Accessibility: An Exploration of Issues and Alternatives. Environment and Planning A, Vol. 29, 1997.  
Hirschman and Henderson Hirschman, Ira and Michael Henderson.Methodology for Assessing Local Land Use Impacts of Highways. Transportation Research Record 1274.  
Hunt and Echenique (1993) Hunt J. D., and M. H. Echenique (1993).Experiences in the application of the MEPLAN framework for land use and transportation interaction modeling. Proceedings of the 4th National Conference on the Application of Transportation Planning Methods, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA, May 1993.  
Hunt (1994) Hunt, J. D. (1994). Calibrating the Naples Land Use and Transport Model. Environment and Planning 21B: 569-590.  
Jaskiewicz and Russ (1998) Jaskiewicz, Frank and Troy Russ. Livability-Based MOEs for LRT Alignment Selection. In Transportation, Land Use, and Air Quality: Making the Connection (conference proceedings), American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston VA (May 1998). Glatting Jackson Kercher Anglin Lopez Reinhart Inc.,
Orlando, FL
Johnston and de la Barra (2000) Johnston, R.A., and T. de la Barra. "Comprehensive Regional Modeling for Long-Range Planning: Linking Integrated Urban Models and Geographic Information Systems." Transportation Research A, Vol. 34 (2000).  
Landis (1995) Landis, John D. Imagining Land Use Futures: Applying the California Urban Futures Model. APA Journal, Autumn 1995. University of California - Berkeley
Department of City and Regional Planning
John Landis
Lee (1998) Lee, S. Sustainable spatial urban development in Kwangju in South Korea. Ph.D. Thesis. IRPUD, Dortmund, Germany (1998).  
Liu (1998) Liu, Feng. Simulating for Smart Growth. In Transportation, Land Use, and Air Quality: Making the Connection (conference proceedings), American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston VA (May 1998). Baltimore Metropolitan Council
Feng Liu
410-333-1750
Louis Berger Associates (1998) Louis Berger and Associates. Guidance for Estimating the Indirect Effects of Proposed Transportation Projects.National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 403: National Academy Press, Washington D.C. (1998).  
MSMRC and H/SH, 1992 Middlesex Somerset Mercer Regional Council and Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc. (1992). The Impact of Various Land Use Strategies on Suburban Mobility.  
Miller, Kriger, and Hunt (1999) Miller, Eric J.; David S. Kriger, and John D. Hunt. Integrated Urban Models for Simulation of Transit and Land-Use Policies: Guidelines for Implementation and Use. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 48: National Academy Press, Washington D.C. (1999). University of Toronto
Eric Miller
Nelson and Shakow (1996) Nelson, Dick, and Don Shakow, Least-Cost Planning: A Tool for Metropolitan Transportation Decision-Making, Transportation Research Record #1499, 1996.  
Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade and Douglas (1999) Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade and Douglas. Land Use Impacts of Transportation: A Guidebook. National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 423A: National Academy Press, Washington D.C. (1999).  
Porter (1997) Porter, Douglas R. U.S. 301 Transportation Study. Technical Report: Land Use and Growth Management. Prepared for U.S. 301 Transportation Study Task Force, 1997. Maryland Department of Transportation:
Heidi Van Luven
Putman (1996) Putman, Stephen H. "Extending DRAM Model: Theory-Practice Nexus." Transportation Research Record 1552 (1996).  
RESI (1998) RESI - a Research Institute of Towson University. The Economic Impact of Maryland Highway Investment.Prepared for the Maryland State Highway Administration, 1998.  
Rodier, Johnston, and Shabazian (1998) Rodier, C.J., R.A. Johnston, and D.R. Shabazian (1998). Advantages of Applying Consumer Welfare Measures to Evaluate Advanced Transit Alternatives. Transportation Research C.  
Rood (1997) Rood, Timothy. Local Index of Transit Availability: Riverside County, California Case Study Report. Draft prepared for the Local Government Commission, January 1997. University of California at Berkeley
Department of City and Regional Planning
Timothy Rood
Sacramento Council of Governments (1999) Sacramento Area Council of Governments.Draft Environmental Impact Report on the Draft 1999 Metropolitan Transportation Plan, May 1999.  
Sanchez (1999) Sanchez, Thomas, et al. Indirect Land Use and Growth Impacts: Phase I Report. Prepared for Oregon DOT, July 1999. Portland State University
Thomas Sanchez
503-725-8743
Small, Noland, Chu, and Lewis (1999) Small, Kenneth A.; Robert Noland, Xuehao Chu, and David Lewis. Valuation of Travel-Time Savings and Predictability in Congested Conditions for Highway User-Cost Estimation. National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 431, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1999.  
Small and Rosen (1981) Small, K.A., and H.S. Rosen. Applied Welfare Economics with Discrete Choice Models. Econometrica, Vol. 49, No. 3, January 1981.  
Stevenson (1998) Stevenson, Matthew Robert. Gap Analysis in Spokane County, Washington. Masters' Thesis, University of Washington, 1998.  
Stopher (1976) Stopher, Peter R. Transportation Systems Evaluation. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books, 1976.  
U.S. DOT (1997) United States Department of Transportation.Departmental Guidance for Valuation of Travel Time in Economic Analysis.Memorandum, April 9, 1997.  
Vickerman (1974) Vickerman, R. W. Accessibility, Attraction, and Potential: A Review of Some Concepts and Their Use in Determining Mobility. Environment and Planning A, Vol. 6, 1974.  
Waddell (1998) Waddell, Paul. The Oregon Prototype Metropolitan Land Use Model. In Transportation, Land Use, and Air Quality:Making the Connection (conference proceedings), American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston VA, May 1998. Paul Waddell
206-221-4161
Weibull (1980) Weibull, J. W. On the Numerical Measurement of Accessibility. Environment and Planning A, Vol. 12, 1980.  
Weinberger (2000) Weinberger, Rachel. Commercial Property Values and Proximity to Light Rail: Calculating Benefits with a Hedonic Price Model. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. (January 2000).  
WisDOT (1993) Wisconsin Department of Transportation (1993). Land Use in Environmental Documents: Indirect and Cumulative Effects Analysis for Project-Induced Land Development. Technical Reference Document.  
Wu and Rice (1998) Wu, Yongqiang, and Robert Rice. Modeling the Impact of Land Use/Transportation Systems on the Regional Environment. In Transportation, Land Use, and Air Quality: Making the Connection (conference proceedings), American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston VA (May 1998).  

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Part Three: Other Resources

Reference Published citation Contact agency
Other Resources    
Baltimore Metropolitan Council
(TRANUS application)
  Baltimore Metropolitan Council:
Gene Bandy
410-333-1750
Bureau of Economic Analysis     
California Air Resources Board
(CARB)
(Emission modeling software including MVEI7G)  
Environmental Protection Agency,
Office of Transportation and Air Quality
(Emission factor modeling software including MOBILE5, MOBILE6, and PART5)  
Environmental Protection Agency,
Support Center for Regulatory Models
(Air quality models, including microscale dispersion models such as CALINE and CAL3QHC, and the Urban Airshed Model)  
EPA (2000)   Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4:
Susan Brewer
404-562-9698
Federal Highway Administration -
Borders and Corridors program
   
Federal Highway Administration
Office of Environment and Planning
 
National Cooperative Highway Research Program    
National Cooperative Highway Research Program,
Project 8-33
Quantifying air quality and other benefits and costs of Transportation Control Measures  
Oregon Department of Transportation Modeling Program   William Upton
Transit Cooperative Research Program     
Travel Model Improvement Program (TMIP)  
Victoria Transport Policy Institute   Todd Litman
250-360-1560
info@vtpi.org

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