Current Practice for Assessing Economic Development Impacts from Transportation Projects

synthesis290.jpgA book available from the National Academy Press is the Synthesis of Current Practices for Assessing Economic Impacts of Transportation, by Glen Weisbrod of Economic Development Research Group. This book, commissioned by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), reviews the current state of research and policy concerning economic development impacts of transportation projects.

It reviews over 200 research studies covering economic impacts of airport, road, rail, bus, sea and bicycle facilities throughout North America and Europe. It also presents findings from surveys of US state, metropolitan and Canadian provincial transportation planning departments, as well as information from the UK. The surveys examined agency policies concerning the assessment of economic development impacts, and also programs that seek to use transportation investments to enhance local or regional economic development.

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This is a 75 page, softcover book. It may be purchased online from the Transportation Research Board Bookstore. Cost is $28 post-paid.
- Place orders by Telephone (credit card): 202-334-3214
- Place orders by mail: Transportation Research Board, Publications Department, 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20418, USA

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