TACKLING TRAFFIC CONGESTION, OCTOBER 20-22, UCLA CONFERENCE CENTER, LAKE ARROWHEAD, CALIFORNIA. SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS

The 2002 Annual Symposium Series on The Transportation, Land Use, and Environment Connection, sponsored by the UCLA Extension Public Policy Program, took place October 20-22, 2002 at the UCLA Conference Center in Lake Arrowhead, California. The special theme for the conference was Tackling Traffic Congestion. The symposium contained eleven sessions. These were: 1. Traffic Congestion: Introduction and Symposium Overview; 2. Damn This Traffic Jam: Defining, Measuring, and Understanding Traffic Congestion; 3. The Economic Implications of Traffic Congestion; 4. Induced Demand, Latent Demand: What Really Happens When We Expand Capacity; 5. Stuck in Traffic: Coping with Peak Period Congestion; 6. The Environmental Costs of Congestion; 7. Urban Form, If It's Part of the Problem, Can It be Part of the Solution? 8. Can We Price Our Way Out of Congestion? 9. Using Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) For High Tech Traffic Management; 10. Managing Regional Congestion: Putting Ideas Into Practice; and 11. Putting Ideas Together: Reconciling Technical and Political Considerations in Evaluating Congestion Mitigation Strategies.

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  • English

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  • Features: Appendices;
  • Pagination: 76p

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  • Accession Number: 00961967
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 22 2003 12:00AM