Metropolitan Highway System Investment Study

Project manager for a Minnesota study that investigated the long term implementation of managed lanes and active traffic management (ATM) projects as a build alternative to the regional long range transportation plan. Called “right-sizing” of the long-range plan, this study involved the identification of regional managed lane and ATM projects, defined performance parameters, modeled the strategies, and determined cost-effectiveness metrics for each of the corridors. The outcome of this legislatively-mandated study was an update to the Minneapolis / St. Paul area long-range transportation plan’s highway investments and incorporation within short-term development proposals for Minnesota managed lanes system expansion.

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