Transportation Management for Major Highway Reconstruction: Proceedings of the National Conference on Corridor Traffic Management for Major Highway ReconstructionAbstract:
Contents: Preface, M.D. Meyer; Part 1 – Conference Overview, M.D. Meyer; Conference Welcome, T. B. Deen; Major Highway Reconstruction in the United States: What’s Ahead, L.P. Lamm; Luncheon Address, H. Kassoff; Part 2 – Roundtable Summaries, Checklist, and Recommendations; Part 3 – Discussion Papers – Policy and Plan Development Related to Corridor Traffic Management for Major Highway Reconstruction, H. Haack; Dealing with the Traffic Impacts of Urban Freeway Reconstruction: Mitigation Measures, P.N. Bay; Active Plan Management, D.H. Roper; Remarks on Public Information and Public Relations, D. Berentson; FHWA Perspectives: A Comprehensive Approach to Major Highway Reconstruction Projects, R.C. Leathers; An Analysis of the Use of Incentive/Disincentive Contracting Provisions for Early Project Completion, D.L. Christiansen; and Construction and Contract Issues, D.S. Gendell; Part 4 – Case Studies – Syracuse, Interstate 81, R.N. Simberg; Philadelphia, Schuylkill Expressway, W. Eichorn and L.M. Morasco; Atlanta, Freeway System Reconstruction, A.L. Dowd, Jr.; Seattle, Ship Canal Bridge, R.E. Bockstruck; Chicago, Lake Shore Drive, J.N. LaPlante; and Los Angeles, 1984 Olympic Games, D.H. Roper; Bibliography of Conference Handouts; Participants; Steering Committee Biographical Information.
Publisher: Transportation Research Board
Publication Date: 1987
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Publication Types: Books, Reports, Papers, and Research Articles
Topics: Construction Management; Contracting; Disincentives; Incentives; Temporary Traffic Control; Work Zones