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Connections 2050 Plan for Greater Philadelphia: Process and Analysis Manual

Product No.: 21028
Date Published: 12/2021

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Geographic Area Covered: The nine-county DVRPC region, which covers the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia in Pennsylvania; and Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Mercer counties in New Jersey.

Abstract: The Connections 2050 Plan for Greater Philadelphia: Process and Analysis Manual documents the long-range planning process, public outreach, and quantitative effort and analysis used to develop the Connections 2050 vision, principles, goals, policies and strategies—which are documented in the Process and Analysis Manual’s companion report, the Connections 2050 Plan for Greater Philadelphia: Policy Manual—along with the financial plan’s Capital Vision, revenue forecast, allocation, project evaluation and selection, fiscal constraint analysis, and regional funding options.

Key Words: 3D Printing, 5G, Artificial Intelligence, Asset Management, Automated Vehicles, Aviation, Biking, Broadband, Centers, The Circuit, Climate Change, Congestion, Congestion Management Process, Connected Vehicles, Demographics, Digital Revolution, Diversity, Economy, Electric Vehicles, Emergency Management, Energy, Environment, Equity, Financial Plan, Forecasts, Freight, Funding Gap, Funding Options, Future, Goods Movement, Greater Philadelphia, Greenhouse Gases, Greenspace Network, Historic Resources, Internet of Things, Land Use, Long-Range Plan, Major Regional Projects, Megaregional Planning, MPO, Multimodal, Nanotechnology, Open Space, Planning Areas, Planning Factors, Public Outreach, Real-Time Information, Regional Policy, Resiliency, Safety, Shared Mobility, Smart Growth, Solar Power, Technology, Transit, Transportation, Transportation Performance Management, Transportation System Management and Operations, Transportation Technology, Trends, Vision Zero, Walking, Water.

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Alison M. Hastings, PP, AICP  Associate Director, Communications and Engagement
  • Amy Verbofsky  Manager, Healthy and Resilient Communities
  • Andrew Svekla  Manager, Office of Smart Growth
  • Benjamin T. Gruswitz, AICP  Manager, Socioeconomic and Land Use Analytics
  • Betsy R. Mastaglio, RLA  Associate Director, Multimodal Planning
  • Brad Lane, AICP  Principal Transportation Engineer
  • Cassidy Boulan, AICP  Assistant Manager, Bicycle Programs
  • Christopher J. Linn, AICP  Manager,Office of Climate and Environment
  • Christopher W. King  Manager, Office of Transportation Operations Management
  • Elizabeth V. Compitello  Manager, Sustainable Energy
  • Fang Yuan, Ph.D., P.E.  Manager, Office of Travel Modeling
  • Glenn T. McNichol  Principal GIS Analyst
  • Gregory R. Krykewycz, PP, AICP  Director of Transportation Planning
  • Ian Schwarzenberg  Planner
  • Justin Neff  Manager, Traffic Management Program
  • Karin A. Morris, AICP  Director of Community Planning
  • Kevin S. Murphy  Manager, Office of Safe Streets
  • Kimberly A. Dean  Manager, Office of Creative and Print Services
  • Kristen Scudder  Manager, Freight Programs
  • Marco L Gorini  Senior Transportation Planner
  • Mark H. Gatti  Associate Manager, Office of GIS
  • Michael Boyer  Director of Regional Planning
  • Michael Ruane  Associate Director, Planning Innovation
  • Rebecca J. Maule  Senior Graphic Artist
  • Sarah K Moran  Manager, Office of Mobility Analysis and Design
  • Sean Greene  Manager, Office of Freight and Clean Transportation
  • Shawn Megill Legendre  Manager, Regional Trails Program
  • Shoshana Akins  Senior Public Participation Planner
  • Stephanie Cavacini  Associate Manager, Office of Creative and Print Services
  • Thomas K. Edinger, AICP  Manager, Congestion Management Programs
  • Thomas R Stead  Assistant Manager, Office of Mobility Analysis and Design

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