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Transportation System Operations

General Resources

Operational Responses to Climate Change Impacts (PDF 254kb)

Transportation Research Board

As climate-induced changes take place, a key challenge of the transportation community will be integrating the three basic streams of systems operations development into an integrated all-hazard approach to accommodate the full range of incidents. This report examines those activities.

Planning for Operations

Federal Highway Administration

Planning for Operations is a joint effort between operations and planning that encompasses the important institutional underpinnings needed for effective Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations. Planning for Operations includes three important aspects:

  1. Regional transportation operations collaboration and coordination activity that facilitates Regional Transportation Systems Management and Operations,
  2. Management and operations considerations within the context of the ongoing regional transportation planning and investment process, and
  3. The opportunities for linkage between regional operations collaboration and regional planning.
Last updated: Monday, June 20, 2016