access management, corridor management, corridor access management plan, intergovernmental agreements, intergovernmental coordination
Despite the increasing importance of comprehensive corridor management at the state and local government level, questions remain regarding effective methods for developing and implementing corridor management plans. Further insight is also needed into how best to coordinate FDOT and local government policies and procedures. Obtaining answers to these questions is important to managing land development and access on the Florida’s newly design Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) and other state highways. This study documents success stories in comprehensive corridor management and identifies best practices that can be applied by the Florida Department of Transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, and local governments. The emphasis is on policy, regulatory, and funding strategies to accomplish alternative access and other important corridor management objectives.
Scholar Commons Citation
Williams, Kristine M. and Seggerman, Karen E., "Effective Strategies for Comprehensive Corridor Management" (2004). Transportation Planning, Policy, and Processes (TP3) Final Reports. 14.
Contract or Grant No.: BD 544; Project Work Order 6