environmental review

Conventional practice fails to account for induced traffic, even when the public demands it

By Eric Sundquist The problem of induced traffic, aka induced demand, is well-documented in the literature. Yet it is too rarely accounted for in practice. A new paper by Jamey M.B. Volker (University of California-Davis) and co-authors examines the environmental documents from five major highway

Incorporating Greenhouse Gas Emissions into the Collaborative Decision-Making Process (TRB, 2013)

This report presents the findings of research completed for the second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) Capacity Project C09, Incorporating Greenhouse Gas Emissions into the Collaborative Decision-Making Process. It provides a framework and methods for assessing greenhouse gas