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Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology
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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-06-095
Date: May 2006
Cambridge Systematics, Inc. with Texas Transportation Institute, "Traffic Congestion and Reliability: Trends and Advanced Strategies for Congestion Mitigation," Federal Highway Administration (Washington, DC: September 2005).
Federal Highway Administration, "Operations Story: About Us," (Washington, DC: August 2005) http://www.ops.fhwa.dot.gov/aboutus/opstory.htm.
Diakaki, C, Papageorgiou, M., and McLean, T., "Application and Evaluation of the Integrated Traffic-Responsive Urban Corridor Control Strategy (IN-TUC) in Glasgow," Transportation Research Record, No. 1727, Transportation Research Board, (Washington, DC: 2000).
Logi, F. and Ritchie, S.G., "Development and Evaluation of a Knowledge-Based System for Traffic Congestion Management and Control," 79th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers. Volume 9C, No. 6, pp. 443-459, December 2001. (Washington, DC: 2000).
Carter, M. (primary), Cluett, C., DeBlasio, A., Dion, F., Hicks, B., Lappin, J., Novak, D., Rakha, H., Riley, J., St-Onge, C., and Van Aerde, M., Metropolitan Model Deployment Initiative: San Antonio Evaluation Report (Final Draft), U.S. Department of Transportation, FHWA-OP-00-017 (Washington, DC: May 2000).
Wunderlich, K. and Larkin, J., "Impacts of Supplementing Web-Based Urban Freeway ATIS With Parallel Arterial Travel-Time Data," Presented at the 7th World Congress Conference on ITS, Turin, Italy, November 2000.
Briggs, V., and Jasper, K., Organizing for Regional Transportation Operations: An Executive Guide, Report No. FHWA-OP-01-137, Institute for Transportation Engineers, Federal Highway Administration, (Washington, DC: August 2001).
Maricopa Association of Governments, MAG Regional Concept of Transportation Operations, Guidelines for Regional Transportation Operations, (Phoenix, AZ: 2004) in consultation with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Federal Highway Administration, Regional Transportation Operations Collaboration and Coordination: A Primer for Working Together to Improve Transportation Safety, Reliability, and Security, Report No. FHWA-OP-03-008 (Washington, DC: December 2002). http://www.itsdocs.fhwa.dot.gov//JPODOCS/REPTS_TE//13686.html
Smith, B., Developing and Using a Concept of Operations in Transportation Management Systems, Final Report. Federal Highway Administration, Transportation Management Center Pooled Fund Study, (Washington, DC: 2004).
DKS Associates in Cooperation with Oregon Department of Transportation and the City of Portland, OR., I-5/Barbur Boulevard Incident Management Operational Plan, User's Manual, Version 1.0. October 2002.
U.S. Department of Transportation, Regional Traffic Incident Management Programs, Implementation Guide, Report No. FHWA-OP-01-002 and FTA-TRI-11-00-03, Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration, (Washington, DC: May 2001).
Federal Highway Administration, Traffic Incident Management Self-Guide, (March 2004). Accessed at: http://www.ops.fhwa.dot.gov/incidentmgmt/index.htm.
Federal Highway Administration, Work Zone Mobility and Safety Self-Assessment Guide, (May 2004). Accessed at http://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/wz/docs/wz-sa-docs/sa_guide_s1.htm.
Latoski, S., Dunn, W., Wagenblast, B., Randall, J, and Walker, M., Managing Travel for Planned Special Events, Office of Transportation Management, Federal Highway Administration, (Washington, DC: September 2003).