NCHRP Research Report 899: Broadening Integrated Corridor Management Stakeholders, developed by Cambridge Systematics' Alice Marecek and Ron Basile, addresses a broad range of operational and efficiency issues that are critical to bringing non-traditional (freight, transit, incident response and non-motorized) stakeholders into the integrated corridor management (ICM) process. The report provides resources to:

  • Equip transportation decisionmakers with a systematic approach to engaging non-traditional stakeholder groups in ICM planning;

  • Give transportation decisionmakers the tools to present a strong case to management on why to involve non-traditional stakeholder groups; and

  • Provide transportation decisionmakers with insights on the objectives and needs of each non-traditional stakeholder group to develop win-win scenarios to engage non-traditional stakeholder groups to join the ICM planning process.

Click here to read the report.