The Use of the Path Flow Estimator in Multimodal Networks

Land-Use Changes, Public Transport and Travel Demand in Australian Cities

Impact of the Car Sharing Scheme on Mode Choice

Post War Travel Trends in the Salt Lake Urban Area

Bellevue Smart Traveler: Phase 2
Traffic congestion in urban centers can be attributed to large numbers of workers traveling in single occupant vehicles to densely clustered downtown employment facilities. This project...

Effectiveness of Implemented HOV Lane System
Individual carpool lanes have proven their worth on a case by case basis. Now, in California and across the country, systems of HOV lanes are being planned for urban areas dealing with...

Computer Analysis of Origin-Destination Survey Data in the State Route 55 Travel Corridor, Before and After the Opening of Carpool Lanes
The State Route (SR) 55 carpool lanes in Orange County were opened for high occupancy vehicles (HOV) usage in November, 1985. Since SR 55 was the first travel corridor in Orange County...

Transit Agency Use of Computer Paratransit
Several transit agencies in the U. S. have developed commuter paratransit services - subscription bus, vanpools, and carpools - as a means of pursuing the objective of more cost-effective...

Transit and Carpool Productivities in a Decade of Technological Change

Fare Calculation for Metered Ride Sharing Vehicles
An analytical relationship is presented which expresses more accurately the metered taxi fare as a function of both the distance traveled and the time elapsed through meter incrementing....

Energy Savings Potential of Preferential Treatment Projects
More than half the U.S. petroleum supply is used for transportation, and highway transportation use can be cut substantially. This can be accomplished through the use of high occupancy...

Complying with the 1977 Clean Air Act in Boston
This paper examines the evolutionary development of transportation control strategies, beginning with some very controversial early proposals and including current efforts designed to...

Modal Split Model Considering Carpool Mode
Modal split remains a primary concern of transportation planners as the state-of-the-art has developed from diversion curves to behavioral models. The approach taken here is to formulate...

Transportation Planners Join Battle for Cleaner Air
Under the terms of the '77 Clean Air Act Amendments, transportation planners must find ways to reduce air pollution from mobile sources. Actions must begin in 1980. The article,...

An Analysis of Areawide TSM/Air Quality Actions

Rules of Thumb for Transportation/Air Quality Alternatives Analysis

Quantifying Emission Impacts of High Occupancy Vehicles

Technology Substitution for Air Quality Improvement

Changing Perspectives in Highway Research
The adaptability of the highway mode and its ability to serve economically a wide range of transportation needs makes it likely highway transportation will continue indefinitely to be...

TSM: Tinkering Superficially at the Margin—
This paper summarizes the findings of a 2 yr. evaluation of the Transportation System Management (TSM) program of the U.S. Department of Transportation. The study assessed both the technical...

 

 

 

 

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