Land Use Modeling Case Study: Albany, New York

Author(s)
Federal Highway Administration
 
Date
2011
 
 
Abstract
This case study illustrates the application of a basic land use model to assess the affects of potential land use shifts on congestion. The model was developed quickly and with low data requirements compared to a large-scale land use-transportation model. The approach can be useful for small or medium size MPOs wishing to assess the impacts of feedback between transportation and development patterns.
 
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