For More Information
Research to develop and test a framework for mobility monitoring in communities with fewer than 200,000 persons. A Guidebook and other resources are available below.
- 2011 Congested Corridors Report
This report is the first nationwide effort to identify reliability problems at specific stretches of highway responsible for significant traffic congestion at different times and different days. Analyses are performed along 328 specific (directional) freeway corridors in the United States.
- Guidebook for Mobility Monitoring in Small to Medium-Sized Communities: A How-To Guide
This guidebook provides a user-friendly step-by-step process for public- and private-sector transportation professionals to implement a mobility monitoring program in their communities.
- Development and Application of a Mobility Monitoring Process and Guidebook for Small to Medium-Sized Communities
Paper submitted for Transportation Research Record publication (March 2008).
- Mobility in Grand Junction, CO
Report describing the application of the Urban Mobility Study methodology in a study of arterial streets in a small urban area (2000 city population – 42,000).