Over the past several decades, urban areas in the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region have been experiencing increased economic productivity and an explosion in population growth.
Major trends affecting the future of the United States and the world will dramatically reshape transportation priorities and needs.
North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority and New Jersey DOT
Utilize the FHWA’s Conceptual Model to conduct a climate change vulnerability, risk assessment, and adaptation study of transportation infrastructure within the two major multimodal transportation corridors encompassing a significant portion of the State’s economic activity.
Climate change and extreme weather are pressing issues for transportation agencies. Stressors can be unpredictable, and vary across regions. CS integrates climate change resiliency into transportation planning activities, a more effective—and cost-effective—approach than taking sporadic steps toward adaptation. Our research, risk assessment and analysis are instrumental in protecting transportation systems and assets.
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