Freight Projects Case Study: Portland, Oregon

Author(s)
Federal Highway Administration
 
Date
2011
 
 
Abstract
This case study illustrates how regional benefits to freight as well as passenger movement can be estimated. Readily available models are used to assess a range of user, economic, and environmental benefits associated with transportation improvements. The methodology benefits from a rich database on freight movements within the metropolitan region.
 
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