2 edition of Economic considerations in alternative highway location decisions found in the catalog.
Economic considerations in alternative highway location decisions
Warren A. Pillsbury
1964 by Virginia Council of Highway Investigation and Research in cooperation with the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads in Charlottesvilla, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Alternative highway location decisions|
|LC Classifications||HE336 E3 P55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 166 p.|
|Number of Pages||166|
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Transportation economics, the study of the allocation of transportation resources in order to meet the needs of a society.
In a macroeconomic sense, transportation activities form a portion of a nation’s total economic product and play a role in building or strengthening a national or regional. Location decisions are based on many things, including costs, revenues, incentives, attitudes, and intangibles, but not on ethical considerations.
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It is vital to economic development and quality of life. At the same time, the investment costs required to plan, build, manage, and. A specialty retail store located six miles out of town in a free-standing building will need more marketing than a shopping store located in a mall.
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The World Bank’s senior vice president and chief economist, Kaushik Basu, explains this is because regulations affect the “nuts and bolts” and “plumbing” in the economy—the fundamental moving parts that are often too deep for us to see or notice.
Relating soil properties to the surrounding landscape is an important part of land evaluation. This section of the study guide describes the three site considerations used in state land judging contests: 1) position in landscape; 2) slope; and 3) type and degree of erosion or deposition.
modest safety improvement or 10 miles of new-location rural freeway, there are no patented solutions. For each potential project, designers are faced with the task of balancing the need for the highway improvement with the need to safely integrate the design into the.
Relocating Interstate/59 and Birmingham's future (opinion from Raymond A. Mohl) Updated ; Posted Interstate/59 cuts through downtown Birmingham. Geographers and geographic perspectives have found important application in decision making in both the private and the public sectors.
Geographers serve the public sector in many different roles, as government employees, consultants, private citizens, and volunteers for public advisory boards at levels from local to international.
For highway facilities, this is refined to freeway, expressway, or conventional highway. The Planning Scope for highway facilities addresses such issues as number of lanes, location and length of project, high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes, general interchange and intersection spacing.
economic and technical considerations. In short, they should consider the three E’s—Engineering, Environment, and Economics—in all decisions. Highway designers should work with the different functional units to determine the best transportation decision.
There is discussion throughout this manual about the roles of project. 1 Introduction Harvey S. Rosen In fiscal yearthe federal government’s nondefense direct expenditures were $ comparison, state and local govern- ment expenditures were $ billion (Tax Foundation, Inc.,18).
It’s a small difference. that future editions of the Green Book include material on ECSs. "It is no question, that modern highway engineering has to re spond to the mobility requirements of the citizen as well as to the highly developed economy. Providing traffic service to users is imperative and is certainly part of the quality of life, we are used to, today" (1).
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Fish and Wildlife Service, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. BUREAU OF TRANSPORTATION STATISTICS. U.S. Department of Transportation.
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CHAPTER 8 LOCATION DECISIONS C H A P T E R Location Decisions DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. FedEx’s key location concept is the central hub concept, with Memphis selected for several reasons, including its being in the middle of the country and having very few hours of bad weather closures.
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the sum of human activity, whether economic (which can be formal or informal), recreational or social - the latter including educational, health care and worship activities.
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The programmatic-level decisions made in Chapter 6 should be reviewed to verify that conditions have not changed that would lead to revising the overall ramp management strategy.
Alternative designs should address key impacts such as equity and traffic impacts. Planning refers to the process of deciding what to do and how to do it. Planning occurs at many levels, from day-to-day decisions made by individuals and families, to complex decisions made by businesses and governments.
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The liberal economic policies in the s have strengthened China’s economy. However, the country still suffers from inadequate transportation, communication, and energy resources.
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basis for evaluating performance. Geometric design performance. Influences whether a project achieves intended outcomes. Thus, environmental considerations must accompany economic, social, and other agency priorities .
Agencies are required to identify the major decisions called for by their principal programs and make certain that the NEPA process addresses them. This process must be set up in advance, early in the agency’s planning stages.
Highway Administration (FHWA) to promulgate guidelines “designed to assure that possible adverse economic, social, and environmental effects relating to any proposed project have been fully considered in developing such project, and that the final decisions on the project are made in the best overall public interest”.
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the revision of the green book (proposed practices for economic analysis of river basin projects) says that the interest rate appropriate for use in project evaluation for converting estimates of benefits and costs to a common time basis is a risk-free return expected to be realized on capital invested in alternative by: 1.
If meeting design standards is deemed to be infeasible for a given location, then alternatives should be developed and evaluated. The alternatives should be devised in a way that strives to balance safety, mobility, cost, and impacts.
Once developed, each alternative should be evaluated in terms of these considerations, and its. There is an alternative to increased highway capacity to the core, however: peak-hour highway demand could be cut instead.
This could be done in three ways: (1) staggering work hours so the rush is spread over a longer period and fewer people try to enter at the same time; (2) dispersing jobs from the center; and (3) encouraging drivers to.The American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO) introduced the concept of life-cycle cost-benefit analysis in its “Red Book” in The LCCA was introduced for highway investment decisions, and as such, formed the notion of economic evaluation of highway upgrades during the planning by: