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Appendix C: Amplifying Questions

Introduction

The purpose of this scan is to explore ways other countries have managed traffic by managing demand. The scan team is interested in investigating the physical, operational, financial, and institutional characteristics of practices implemented by countries and/or cities to manage transportation system demand to mitigate traffic congestion.

Topics of Interest
Applications

The scan team is interested in roles and benefits of these practices (both to managing the system and to the travelers) and how they have been applied in the context of some or all of the following events, conditions, or situations that affect travel demand:

The scan team is interested in learning about projects, programs, policies, and studies that convey each country's experience with the demand management practices applied to the above-listed situations. It would be useful to devote some of each visit (perhaps 30 percent) to site visits to see the projects and places described. Any written materials, hard copy or electronic, that might be useful would be appreciated as well.

United Kingdom

Current Activities of Interest

The scan team is aware of several programs, projects, and initiatives in the United Kingdom that are of interest to this topic:

Any other examples that help illuminate the role and impact of demand-side measures issues would be helpful as well.

Amplifying Questions
Physical
Operational
Financial
Institutional

The Netherlands

Current Activities of Interest

The Dutch have studied and implemented most, if not all, of the demand management practices listed previously. The scan team is aware of a few recent initiatives, including the following:

Any other examples that help illuminate the role and impact of demand-side measures issues would be helpful as well.

Amplifying Questions
Physical
Operational
Financial
Institutional

Sweden

Current Activities of Interest

The scan team is aware of several programs, projects, and initiatives in Sweden that are of interest to this topic:

Any other examples that help illuminate the role and impact of demand-side measures issues would be helpful as well.

Amplifying Questions
Physical
Operational
Financial
Institutional

Cologne, Germany

Current Activities of Interest

The scan team is aware of several programs, projects, and initiatives in the Cologne area that are of interest to this topic:

Any other examples that help illuminate the role and impact of demand-side measures issues would be helpful as well.

Amplifying Questions
Physical
Operational
Financial
Institutional

Rome, Italy

Current Activities of Interest

The scan team is aware of several programs, projects, and initiatives in the Rome area that are of interest to this topic:

Any other examples that help illuminate the role and impact of demand side measures issues would be helpful as well.

Amplifying Questions
Physical
Operational
Financial
Institutional
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