A Congestion Management Process (CMP) is a continuous cycle of transportation planning activities designed to provide decision-makers with better information about transportation system performance and the effectiveness of alternative strategies to deal with congestion. A Congestion Management Process may be considered as consisting of four main components:
The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient, Transportation Act a Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) requires that congestion relief be considered in the selection of transportation improvement projects, and that all urbanized areas with populations in excess of 200,000 (termed Transportation Management Areas [TMAs]) develop and implement a Congestion Management Process.
The study is broken down into four tasks, as follows:
Below are the Congestion Management Process Studies from 2011, 2009, 2007 and 2005. To download an entire CMP Study in one PDF file, click on one of the "CMP Study" buttons below.Download 2011 CMP Report Button Download 2009 CMP Study Button Download 2007 CMP Study Button Download 2005 CMP Study Button
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The Columbus-Phenix City Metropolitan Planning Organization Congestion Management Process Study has been conducted in the Fall of 2004, Spring of 2005 Spring of 2007 and Spring of 2009.
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