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Main Title Development of a Transportation Demonstration Project in a Military Community. Part I. Report and Action Plan.
Author Duffey-Armstrong, Marilyn ; Roddin, Marc ; Skidmore, Sarita ; Milbergs., Egils ;
CORP Author Stanford Research Inst Menlo Park Calif
Year Published 1975
Report Number N00014-75-C-0568; NR-364-157 ;SRI-3935;
Stock Number AD-A023 421/1
Additional Subjects Transportation ; Urban planning ; Passenger vehicles ; Navy ; Cooperation ; Virginia ; Municipalities ; Tidewater ; Integrated systems ; Community relations ; Land use ; Energy conservation ; Land transportation ; Military facilities ; Urban areas ; Mass transportation ; Local government ; Public transportation
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NTIS  AD-A023 421/1 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
This research examines the development and application of a cooperative transportation planning process between the Navy and local adjoining communities in Tidewater Virginia. Navy participation in passenger transportation is investigated from the perspective of ongoing programs in environmental protection, land-use planning, and energy conservation. SRI recommends 5 principal steps to initiate a cooperative transportation process: understanding the Navy-Community Transportation problems; developing a cooperative planning process, preparation and implementation of a transportation action plan; and technical assistance during implementation. On the basis of this approach, the Tidewater case-in-point demonstration project reveals a number of the key elements that contribute to initiating a successful transportation process. These include: early involvement of both the key stakeholders in the community and the navy; formation of an ad hoc advisory committee for initiating the study and establishing overall objectives; development of a tool for action (the 5-year intermodal transportation action paln); and finally, official endorsement of the program by both the community and the Navy.