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Harbor program methodology : exemplary harbor assistance evaluation for 1983
  • Published Date:
    1982
Filetype[PDF - 3.09 MB]


Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    Wisconsin, Department of Transportation, ; Louis Berger and Associates ; National Ocean Survey, Office of Coastal Zone Management,
  • Description:
    Introduction -- Analysis of harbor assistance projects -- Analysis of previous year harbor assistance projects -- General summary of parameters used in benefit estimates.

    "The purpose of this report is to set forth the costs, benefits and impacts associated with projects that applied for state assistance for 1983 harbor developments... The evaluation of each project is based on the methodology outlined in the Main Report, and consists primarily of five general steps. The first step is the development of project life, costs and associated operations and maintenance costs. The second step is the development of traffic projections that will utilize the project when it begins operations... The third step is the determination of the per unit benefit associated with project throughput... The fourth step is to combine the cost, traffic and unit savings information developed in the earlier steps... The last step is the estimation of the economic impacts arising from the project... The next two sections of the report contain the summaries for each of the projects evaluated... The last section of this report contains an overview of the manner in which many of the benefit estimates were accomplished."--p.I-1-I-2.

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  • Funding:
    Funding: Office of Coastal Zone Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.;
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