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Alexiadis, V.
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This report entitled Integrated Corridor Management: Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation Results for the Test Corridor examined the use of an Analysis, Simulation, and Modeling (AMS) framework to assess the potential impacts of implementing independent and combined ICM strategies on a major transportation corridor located between Oakland and Fremont, California. The evaluation included an analysis of highway traveler information, transit traveler information, freeway ramp metering, high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, arterial traffic signal coordination, and combined strategies.

Researchers examined recurring and nonrecurring (incident–related) operational conditions using three levels of analysis: macroscopic, mesoscopic, and microscopic. The macroscopic analysis examined trip tables to evaluate overall trip patterns. The mesoscopic analysis examined driver behavior to evaluate traffic response to different ICM strategies, and the microscopic analysis examined the impacts of traffic control at roadway junctions.
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118
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Meenakshy or Karl
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U.S. Department of Transportation
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889
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Integrated Corridor Management: Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation Results for the Test Corridor
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