T-PICS | Products

By: Edr Group  09-12-2011
Keywords: economic development

T-PICS | Products

T-PICS (Transportation Project Impact Case Studies)

A free public service, developed by Economic Development Research Group with ICF International, for the US Strategic Highway Research Program

  • 100 case studies of highway and intermodal projects, and their local/regional economic development impacts (including before-and-after data)
  • A web-based tool for searching the national database
  • A statistical evaluation system that provides range estimates of the range of impacts associated with various types of highway projects

Keywords: economic development

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