2012 Urban Mobility Report

Texas A&M Transportation Institute

Overview

The 2012 Urban Mobility Report builds on previous Urban Mobility Reports with an improved methodology and expanded coverage of the nation’s urban congestion problem and solutions. The links below provide information on long-term congestion trends, the most recent congestion comparisons and a description of many congestion improvement strategies. All of the statistics have been recalculated with the new method to provide a consistent picture of the congestion challenge. As with previous methodology improvements, readers, writers and analysts are cautioned against using congestion data from the 2011 Report. All of the measures, plus a few more, have been updated and included in this report.

Source Organization Location

College Station, TX


Organizational Capability Element

  • Economic Analysis of Reliability/Costs and Benefits
  • Performance Measurement
  • Outreach & Marketing

Content Type

  • Research

Role in Organization

  • Director / Program Manager
  • Engineer
  • Manager / First Line Supervisor
  • Media / PIO
  • Principal Engineer
  • Researcher/Academic
  • Senior Engineer
  • Senior Manager
  • Transit Professional
  • Transportation Planner

Publishing Organization

  • Universities

Maturity Level of Program

  • Assessment (L1)
  • Deployment (L3)
  • Development (L2)
  • Monitoring (L4)

Objective

  • Justification
  • Learning

Project Website

2012 Urban Mobility Report

Prime Contractor
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Author
David Schrank, Bill Eisele, andTim Lomax
Issue Date
December 1st, 2012
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