Martin Calawa replied to the topic Week 3 Exercise – Try on the Hat of a Division Specialist in the forum Corridor Management Approach to Operations 5 years, 3 months ago
Nashua NH is the 2nd largest city in NH and is approximately 25 miles outside of Boston, MA. The FE Everett Turnpike runs through Nashua and has 8 exits connecting it to the city. The FE Everett experiences both reoccurring and non-reoccurring congestion routinely and a few of the interchanges with local roadways fail on almost a daily basis.…[Read more]
1. Financial districts tend to operate with fixed hours (think “banker hours”) thereby compounding the issue of when people commute. Street side parking generally leads to issues with traffic flow (people maneuvering into and out of parking spots), so it is not just a lack of parking but where the parking is.
2. They lack reliability of transit…[Read more]
Martin Calawa replied to the topic Week 1 Exercise – Corridor Management Overview Case Study in the forum Corridor Management Approach to Operations 5 years, 4 months ago
I’m a late comer to this discussion. Hard to come up with new strategies beyond those mentioned. In regards to measures, being both and operations engineer and a Safety engineer, I always like to measure the safety effects of operations and would suggest having a crash performance measure to help ensure whatever I was implementing didn’t create…[Read more]
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