New York City's Socioeconomic Characteristics, Land Use and Travel Patterns
The dense land use of New York City is the defining characteristic of travel in New York City. The large number of people who live and work in a relatively small landmass reduces the need...

Public Transportation in Washington, D. C.
The Washington, D. C. metropolitan area is served by a world class transit bus and heavy rail subway system operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). The...

The Commuter Model: A User-Friendly Analytical Tool for Commuter Choice and Voluntary Measure Programs

The New Commute
Owners of small engineering firms differ in their opinions about the efficacy of allowing employees to work from home one or more days per week. Some find it difficult to justify the technology...

Effect of Ridesharing on Environment, Economics, and Congestion in Central Ohio

Assessing Intercity Commuting Patterns in the Willamette Valley Using the Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP)

Inclined Elevators of Nishinomiya Najio New Town

New Passenger Only Ferry Program Provides Bridge for Puget Sound Commuters

Neighborhood Traffic Management City of Long Beach, California

Development of Driver Population Factors for Freeway Capacity Estimation

Pittsburgh International Airport: The Design Process

The State's Role in Bicycle Transportation Planning and Engineering

The Miami Intermodal Center and the Florida's High Speed Rail Transportation System

Boston's Commuter Comeback
More than 30 years after its abandonment, the Old Colony Railroad in Massachusetts is being revived through a –480 million rehabilitation project to serve residents southeast of Boston....

Bellevue Smart Traveler: Reducing SOV Commuting
The Bellevue Smart Traveler (BTS) research team is currently developing a prototype traveler information center (TIC) to serve a downtown office complex in Bellevue, Washington. The goal...

Identifying Transportation Control Measures: a Straighforward Approach to Identifying Transportation Control Measures to Address Concerns with Air Quality
The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA) exemplify society's increasing environmental concern. Regions not attaining the CAAA requirements must develop methods to reduce the pollution....

Commuter Infiltration, The Unaddressed Issue
Traffic Impact Reports usually assign project-related traffic only to the adjacent collector and arterial highways. Usually the reports do not attempt to address possible commuter infiltration...

Traffic Reporter: A Real-Time Commuter Information System
Traffic Reporter is a PC-based graphical, interactive, traveler information system being developed to meet the informational needs of Seattle-area commuters. The goal of Traffic Reporter...

Commuting Computing
Portable computers come in many different shapes and sizes and boast many of the same features as desktop machines. Unlike desktop PCs, however, the key to getting the most use out of...

Commuter Control
Traffic management systems are a relatively new way to expand the capacity of existing highways and to utilize new ones realistically. Several major systems have been in place and new...

 

 

 

 

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