Richard Jurey 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
Potential Corridor Management location
I-35 between N Shields Blvd. (Exit 119A) and downtown Oklahoma City (OKC).
The needs to be addressed
Address AM and PM peak commuting congestion on I-35 corridor.
Implement real-time travel monitoring on I-35 and parallel Shields Blvd. corridors.
Implement adaptive signal control…[Read more]
What other potential contributors to traffic issues exist?
One-way vs. two-way downtown streets and associated curb-side parking, sidewalks, and streetscaping. As part of its “Project 180” downtown revitalization, Oklahoma City eliminated most of its one-way streets downtown and revamped all the streets, on-street parking, and sidewalks thr…[Read more]
Richard Jurey 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
Take Nathaniel’s idea of posting transit vs. car travel times on the DMSs, then add an easy to remember link, such as wmata.com/savetime (not a real link). On this “Save Time” page, lay out the I-66 corridor, HOV lanes, servicing transit routes, and park-and-ride lots. Add recent (within the past couple of weeks) of inbound and outbound travel…[Read more]
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