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Project-level traffic forecasting is a specialized set of techniques to better make forecasts over short time horizons, typically by using ground data along with other methodologies. Project-level traffic forecasting became well established with the publication of NCHRP Report 255, which was itself updated by NCHRP Report 765.
Substantial content from NCHRP 765 and related documents are included in this wiki under. For an introduction see the Project-level traffic forecasting main page.
Pages in category "Project-level traffic forecasting"
The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total.