Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) is a relatively new congestion management approach that has been gaining interest for its potential to mitigate congestion with few changes to the existing transportation infrastructure.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 899: Broadening Integrated Corridor Management Stakeholders addresses a broad range of operational and efficiency issues that are critical to bringing non-traditional (freight, transit, incident response, and nonmotorized) stakeholders into the ICM process.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Broadening Integrated Corridor Management Stakeholders. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/25867.
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||1-13|
|Chapter 2 - Identify & Diagnose Problem||14-18|
|Chapter 3 - Establish ICM Objectives & Scale||19-22|
|Chapter 4 - Determine Potential Partners||23-30|
|Chapter 5 - Assess Potential Partners Needs||31-35|
|Chapter 6 - Designate Performance Metrics & Data Sources||36-42|
|Chapter 7 - Engage Potential Partners||43-63|
|Chapter 8 - Develop ICM System Concept||64-79|
|Chapter 9 - Initiate Formal Arrangements||80-85|
|Chapter 10 - Next Steps for Integrated Corridor Management Implementation||86-90|
|Appendix A - Characteristics of Recurrent and Non-Recurrent Congestion||91-106|
|Appendix B - Overview of Integrated Corridor Management||107-120|
|Appendix C - Stakeholder Interview Participants||121-122|
|Appendix D - Performance Measure Guidance||123-132|
|Appendix E - Analysis Methodology, Tools, and Plan||133-148|
|Appendix F - Data Needs Assessment||149-162|
|Appendix G - Documentation for Integrated Corridor Management Deployments||163-180|
|Appendix H - Institutional, Organizational, and Technical Arrangements||181-200|
|Appendix I - Alternative Integrated Corridor Management Frameworks||201-216|
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