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Evaluation tools for HOV lane performance monitoring

Jennifer Nee

Evaluation tools for HOV lane performance monitoring

by Jennifer Nee

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Published by Washington State Dept. of Transportation in Olympia, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • High occupancy vehicle lanes -- Washington (State) -- Seattle Metropolitan Area -- Evaluation

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jennifer Nee, John Ishimaru, Mark E. Hallenbeck ; prepared for Washington State Transportation Commission, Department of Transportation and in cooperation with U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
    ContributionsIshimaru, John M., Hallenbeck, Mark E., Washington State Transportation Commission., United States. Federal Highway Administration.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17592921M
    OCLC/WorldCa42956306

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    This includes information on system goals and objectives, performance monitoring, HOV system performance, plans to revisit goals, HOV lane operational policies and policy changes, policy change motivations, and policy implementation success factors. Section 4: Policy Options Evaluation Tool. The advent of pricing on HOV lanes has renewed interest in performance monitoring on at least the first projects in each locale, primarily to gain an understanding of how this new tool works. If history is any indication, lessons learned from these early pricing projects will also set forth commonly accepted practices, which may in turn, result.

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Evaluation tools for HOV lane performance monitoring by Jennifer Nee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full Document (pdf 1, KB) This report describes the evaluation approach and the process for acquiring data, performing analysis, and presenting output with a new analytical tool set for measuring HOV facility usage and performance in the central Puget Sound region.

Specifically, the tool set includes the programs CDR (Compact disc Data Retrieval), CDR Auto, CDR Analyst, and associated. Evaluation Tools for HOV Lane Performance Monitoring Author: Jennifer Nee, John Ishimaru, Mark E.

Hallenbeck Subject: CD-ROM, Computer graphics, Computer programs, Data collection, Evaluation, High occupancy vehicle lanes, Monitoring, Performance, Travel time Keywords. The data collection methodology is described in the final report, "HOV Monitoring and Evaluation Tool." Included in this report are the following primary and secondary measures of HOV lane performance: (1) average vehicle occupancy data, (2) travel time data, (3) public opinion survey results, (4) transit ridership data, (5) enforcement, compliance, and adjudication data, and (7) accident data.

Policy Options Evaluation Tool for Managed Lanes (POET-ML) Users Guide and Methodology Description. Federal Highway Administration. HOV Lane Performance. DTFHD Submitted By: Under Contract To: December, Occupancy for the HOV Lanes, the General -Purpose Lanes, and the Total Freeway 53 MOE 1B: Person Trips - Number and Percent Change in the Person Trips Carried for the HOV Lanes, the General -Purpose Lanes, and the Total Freeway 54 MOE 1C: Percent of Persons vs.

Veh icles - Percent of Persons Carried in the. A policy options evaluation tool was developed to help HOV owners High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes are reserved for vehicles with a driver and one or more passengers.

objectives, performance monitoring, HOV system performance, plans to revisit goals, HOV lane. vehicle and person throughput, travel time, and speed reliability measures are provided in a separate report, Evaluation Tools for HOV Lanes Performance Monitoring.

KEY WORDS DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT High occupancy vehicle, HOV, throughput, speed, reliability, travel time No restrictions. This document is available to the.

MONITORING AND EVALUATING MANAGED LANE FACILITY PERFORMANCE 5. Report Date November 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) Jodi L. Carson, Ph.D., P.E. Performing Organization Report No.

R eport Work Unit No. (TRAIS) 9. Performing Organization Name and Address Texas Transportation Institute The Texas A&M University System. Analysis of Reduction in Effective Capacities of High-Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Related to Traffic Behavior Show all authors.

Angshuman Guin. and Hallenbeck, M. Evaluation Tools for HOV Lane Performance Monitoring. Washington State Transportation Center, Washington State Department of Transportation and FHWA Report, Cited by: HOV LANE PERFORMANCE MONITORING: REPORT.

by Jennifer Nee TRAC Research Engineer John Ishimaru Mark E. Hallenbeck TRAC Senior Research Engineer TRAC Director. Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC) University of Washington, Box University District Building NE 45th Street, Suite Seattle, Washington Washington State Department of Transportation Technical Monitor.

The data collection methodology is described in the final report, "HOV Monitoring and Evaluation Tool". Included in this report are the following primary and secondary measures of HOV lane performance: (1) average vehicle occupancy data, (2) travel time data, (3) public opinion survey results, (4) transit ridership data, (5) enforcement, compliance, and adjudication data, and (7) accident data.

BUREAU OF TRANSPORTATION STATISTICS. U.S. Department of Transportation. New Jersey Avenue, SE. Washington, DC Phone Hours: ET M-F. Evaluation Tools for HOV Lane Performance Monitoring. Full Document (pdf 1, KB) Authors: Jennifer Nee, John Ishimaru, Mark E. Hallenbeck.

Originator: HOV Compliance Monitoring and the Evaluation of the Hero Hotline Program: Final. Managed lane facilities, including high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes, high-occupancy toll lanes, and express lanes, have become attractive tools for managing today's transportation system.

Although managed lanes, specifically, HOV lanes, have existed for several decades, there has been little documentation of their traffic flow by: 8. Policy Options Evaluation Tool for Managed Lanes (POET-ML) Users Guide and Methodology Description (HTML, PDF MB) - Intended for an audience of transportation professionals responsible for planning, designing, funding, operating, enforcing, monitoring, and managing HOV and HOT lanes, and considering conversion of HOV to HOT lanes.

HOV lane violation rates are also evaluated. This report describes the results of an extensive monitoring effort of HOV lane use and performance in the Puget Sound area in It presents an analysis of data collected to describe the number of people and vehicles that use HOV lanes, the reliability of the HOV lanes, the travel time savings in Cited by: 1.

Basic principles of monitoring and evaluation Monitoring and evaluation usually include information on the cost of the programme being monitored or evaluated. This allows judging the benefits of a programme against its costs and identifying which intervention has the highest rate of return.

Two tools are commonly Size: KB. Tools and instruments for needs assessment, monitoring and evaluation of health research capacity development activities at the individual and organizational level: a systematic review Johanna Huber, Sushil Nepal, Daniel Bauer, Insa Wessels, Martin R Fischer, and Claudia KiesslingCited by: 7.

Congestion pricing is a policy tool that urban areas have begun to use to enhance highway performance around the U.S. Most often this strategy is deployed in the form of HOV to HOT lane conversions. In the past decade, a variety of questions have been raised concerning the effectiveness of high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes.

In Southern California, recent evaluation studies on HOV lanes confirm the effectiveness of HOV lanes in several ways. However, little research has been performed to evaluate the air quality benefits of HOV by:. Purpose: The Evaluation Plan provides a comprehensive approach for evaluating the performance of the freeway HOV system in Los Angeles County.

The plan serves as a guide for assessing existing and future HOV facilities. It presents the objectives of the Los Angeles freeway HOV system, the measures of effectiveness associated with these objectives, and provides guidance on data collection, data management, monitoring and evaluation procedures.Chapter 5.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION 1. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) are integral and individually distinct parts of programme preparation and implementation. They are critical tools for forward-looking strategic positioning, organisational learning and for sound management.

2. This chapter provides an overview of key concepts, and [email protected]{osti_, title = {Study of current and planned high occupancy vehicle lane use: performance and prospects}, author = {Southworth, F.

and Westbrook, F.}, abstractNote = {This report details the results of a nationwide study of HOV lanes: their characteristics and performance as traffic congestion mitigating and rideshare enhancing facilities.