Urban Mobility Information
Nationally known study of mobility and traffic congestion on freeways and major streets in 101 cities. Also includes:
- Strategies to address mobility problems
- Study methodology
What originally began as the list of Texas’ 100 Most Congested Roadways now provides a variety of congestion measures on 1,783 roadway sections spread over 25 urban regions. The analysis is conducted each year for the Texas Department of Transportation by TTI.
The inaugural 2011 Congested Corridors Report is the first nationwide effort to identify reliability problems along specific (directional) freeway corridors in the United States.
(Addressing 2011 Texas Legislature, Rider 42)
This report was approved on February 23, 2012, by the Texas Transportation Commission. Links to the report.
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 23 selected cities with readily-available freeway data.
TTI has developed and implemented performance measures for freight mobility and reliability. Review methods and measures used to quantify truck delay, wasted diesel fuel, and associated costs, as well as urban area freight monetary values and freight reliability.
This section lists documents and web sites that provide additional guidance and resources for your mobility measurement efforts.