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... 59 CHAPTER 5 Pilot Testing and Analysis on SHRP 2 L05 Product 5.1 Introduction SHRP 2 L05 provides a concise description of how to incorporate reliability considerations into the transportation planning and programming process, with a focus on helping agencies make choices and tradeoffs about funding and project priority. Through the development of this guide for incorporating reliability into the planning process, WSDOT, along with the Moving Washington initiative, has been mentioned several times as an example to illustrate how agencies incorporated the notion of reliability into their policy statements.
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... 60 5.2 SHRP 2 L01/L06 Early Implementation Project Given that traffic congestion associated with weather, crashes, and special events creates more than 50% of all motorist delay, processes to better manage traffic operations and leverage existing capacity will make the highway system more reliable and reduce the cost of congestion for drivers, freight operators, and other users. Several new tools to help agencies advance their business practices and their organizational structures are now available from SHRP 2.
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... 61 5.3 SHRP 2 L05 Project Comments Recognizing that much of the implementation focus for WSDOT will occur with the deployment of the L01/L06 Capability and Maturity workshop, a cursory level of review of the Guide to Incorporating Reliability Performance Measures into the Transportation Planning and Programming Processes was conducted. From this review, WSDOT offers the following comments.

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