Transportation Concurrency: Best Practices Guide

Transportation Concurrency: Best Practices Guide presents practical guidance for local transportation concurrency management systems based on a sampling of current and best practices. As such, it is an important first step toward greater understanding of how to implement transportation concurrency. However, further research is needed to advance the state of the practice, including more detailed…

Performance Measures to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Public Involvement Activities in Florida

In 2006, the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) completed a comprehensive assessment of public involvement practices and processes in Florida for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The assessment considered public involvement practices at all phases of transportation decision making and included practices of the FDOT Central…

Transportation Concurrency: Best Practices Guide

This guide presents practical guidance for local transportation concurrency management systems based on a sampling of current and best practices. As such, it is an important first step toward greater understanding of how to implement transportation concurrency. However, further research is needed to advance the state of the practice, including more detailed study of the…

User Guide for Spreadsheet-Based Concurrency Management System

User Guide for Spreadsheet-Based Concurrency Management System – Transportation concurrency is aimed at ensuring that transportation facilities with adequate capacity are available concurrently with land use and economic development. Florida’s law requires local governments to develop and implement a concurrency management system (CMS). The Center for Urban TransportationResearch (CUTR) at the University of South Florida has…

User Guide for Spreadsheet-Based Concurrency Management System

Transportation concurrency is aimed at ensuring that transportation facilities with adequate capacity are available concurrently with land use and economic development. Florida’s law requires local governments to develop and implement a concurrency management system (CMS). The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida has assisted the Florida Department of Community…