Integrated Corridor Management: A Review on the Theory and Practice

Status:  Complete
Report Date:  10/15/2012

Summary:

Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) is believed to be an effective way to reduce congestion and enhance safety by appropriately diverting the traffic to parallel routes containing unused capacity. Numerous ICM conceptual frameworks, models, and solution approaches have been introduced in the literature; some of them have been implemented and evaluated in the field. The aim of this article concentrates on documenting the existing ICM schemes and their field evaluations, and summarizing the lessons learned from the previous research and implementation efforts. We hope the review of the existing literature and the summary of the ICM practice can help readers gather a comprehensive overview of ICM, and inspire further thinking on the improvement of ICM.

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