Jocelyn Bauer, Michael Smith, and April Armstrong
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This report provides examples of tangible benefits gained through regional transportation operations collaboration as well as a self-assessment guide to help agencies identify tangible benefits gained through their own partnerships. Across the various regional coalitions, a common theme was clear: Joining together to share resources resulted in saved employee time and agency money. Utilizing the expertise of partner agencies sometimes removed the need to hire external consultants, while other times, combining operations reduced overhead and produced cost savings when purchasing equipment. Additionally, standardized performance measures for regional projects allow benefits of projects to be more readily communicated with elected officials and the public. Examples of tangible benefits from each regional collaboration can be found in Appendix A of the source document.
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The Collaborative Advantage: Realizing the Tangible Benefits of Regional Transportation Operations Collaboration
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