The improvement of vehicular flow by implementing low-cost measures that increase the efficiency of the existing road pavement and avoid the need for major roadway expansion. Examples of such measures include traffic signal and intersection improvements, one-way road pairs, access control measures, and removal of on-street parking.
T echnologies to apply surveillance and control strategies to improve traffic flow on roadways.
That part of the urban transportation planning process undertaken to improve the efficiency of the existing transportation system. The intent is to make better use of the existing transportation by using short-term, low-capital transportation improvements that generally cost less and can be implemented more quickly than system development actions.