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Suggested Citation:"Chapter 3: Project Schedule ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2010. A Comprehensive Development Plan for a Multimodal Noise and Emissions Model. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22908.

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3-1 CHAPTER 3. PROJECT SCHEDULE General time frames for each Build have been outlined in this document based on expected work tasks and are provided both in Figure 2-1 and the text. Changes in technology, a desire to change Build work tasks, and unforeseen issues could significantly change this schedule. Individual tasks and work schedules must be defined with each Build phase during project planning to properly determine the needed tasks to obtain desired results. Required information would include: definition of tasks and sub- tasks, time required per task, interdependencies of tasks, administration/coordination time, and Gantt Charts for each Build. Quality control should be a required task for all Builds, given the complexity of the proposed system. Market research of the stakeholders should also be required in Builds 3 and 5.

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TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Web-Only Document 11: A Comprehensive Development Plan for a Multimodal Noise and Emissions Model explores development of a tool that would allow for the assessment of the noise and air quality impacts on the population from multiple transportation sources, assess the total costs and impacts, and assist in the design and implementation of mitigation strategies. The availability of a multimodal noise and emissions model could help inform airport and policymakers charged with evaluating and making decisions on expanding transportation facilities.

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