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08-02 — Best Practices in Maximizing Traffic Flow on Existing Highway Facilities

Nationally, congestion is increasing at a rapid rate. In most cases, building new infrastructure to add capacity is not possible due to lack of funds, unavailability of more right-of-way, or other network constraints. This makes it essential for agencies to maximize traffic flow safely through the nations existing roadway facilities. Innovative strategies need to be implemented by all agencies to make this possible and thus reduce congestion throughout network.

Scan Results and Report

Tracing Scan Impacts

Scan Members

  • Gregory Jones, FHWA, Scan Co-Chair
  • Ted Trepanier, Washington State DOT, Scan Co-Chair
  • Tony S. Abbo, New Mexico DOT
  • Mark Demidovich, Georgia DOT
  • Lee A. Nederveld, Michigan DOT
  • Mike Pillsbury, New Hampshire DOT
  • Jeanne Acutanza, CH2M HILL, Subject Matter Expert

The prospectus above includes a membership roster with contact information.

Sites Visited

  • California DOT – Sacramento, San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles
  • District of Columbia DOT (via webcast)
  • Maryland SHA – Hanover, MD
  • Minnesota DOT – Minneapolis
  • New Jersey Turnpike Authority – Woodbridge
  • Virginia DOT – Chantilly
  • Washington state DOT – Seattle