2023 Congestion Management Process

2023 Congestion Management Process

Product No.: 24135
Date Published: 06/2024

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A Congestion Management Process (CMP) is a systematic process for managing congestion. It identifies specific multimodal strategies for all locations in the region to minimize congestion and enhance the ability of people and goods to reach their destinations. The CMP advances the goals of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Long-Range Plan and strengthens the connection between the Plan and the Transportation Improvement Program. The 2023 DVRPC CMP is an update of the 2019 CMP.

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

Key Words: Congestion Management Process (CMP), Traffic, Multimodal, Goods Movement, Transportation, Corridors, Strategies, Single-Occupant Vehicle (SOV), Capacity, Long-Range Plan, Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Regional Transportation Planning, Criteria, Operations.

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Project Team

  • Sean Lawrence GIS System Administrator
  • Brett Fusco Associate Director, Comprehensive Planning
  • Elizabeth He Manager, Office of Software Development and Data Operations
  • Ian Schwarzenberg Planner
  • Christopher Pollard Manager, Office of GIS

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