Urban Mobility Information — Texas AM Transportation InstituteTime 2020-06-13 18:03:38
Description:NEW!: What we are saying about COVID-19 effects A comprehensive analysis providing a variety of traffic congestion measures in 494 urban areas across the nation. Also available:Strategies to address mobility problemsStudy methodologyColorado’s Most Congested Roadways The 2016 ranking of Colorado’s most congested roadways is included in a new report. This new list provides a variety of congestion measures for the top 100 road segments in the state and a more comprehensive examination of nearly 700 roadways across Colorado.FHWA Urban Congestion Reports FHWA-sponsored study that reports quarterly trends for mobility and reliability using archived traffic operations data. Also includes:Summary of procedures used to analyze detailed traffic data from transportation management centers.Contains the most recent trends from 52 selected cities with readily-available freeway data.
<<< Thank you for your visit >>>A range of mobility issues, from measuring the problems to estimating the benefits and evaluating solutions are addressed by Texas A&M Transportation Institute's Mobility Analysis Program. Researchers have developed a range of performance measures and the guidance on when to apply them. Access this ongoing research through TTI's Urban Mobility Information website.