Seattle Metro—A Transit Property's Experience with Microcomputers
The Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle's (Metro) first involvement with microcomputers started during the third quarter of 1981 when IBM announced their personal computer...

A Microcomputer Based Street Inventory System
Maintaining a Roadway Inventory Management System, or any inventory system, is an ongoing problem for many agencies. The filing cabinet system is clumsy and time consuming. Mainframe computer...

Basic Considerations for the Planning and Implementation of an Urban Area Traffic Sign and Pavement Marking Microcomputer Based Inventory and Record Keeping System
This paper presents basic concepts and operations which are necessary to put into place a microcomputer based inventory system. The paper briefly examines past experience, discusses microcomputer...

Assessment of Software for Traffic Signal Analysis
The main objectives of this paper were to conduct an up-to-date comprehensive inventory of traffic signal analysis software, select pertinent programs that operate under the MS-DOS environment,...

Accounting System Installations
In a bus parts inventory, the interface which is important to automate is not the interface with the accounting system but the interface with the work order system. Therefore, parts inventory...

Implementing a Maintenance Program in Wisconsin
A vehicle maintenance and parts inventory control microcomputer package was developed and implemented for thirteen small transit properties as a part of the Statewide Microcomputer Implementation...

Database Systems in Transit Management
This paper describes the use of microcomputer database managers by transit operators. The findings are based on a survey of transit operations of various sizes in the southwest U. S. in...

Updating the New York City Water System
The New York City Bureau of Water Supply maintains extensive records of all water main breaks dating back at least as far as 1940. A computerized file of the main break records was prepared...

The Practitioner's Approach to Infrastructure Master Planning: The State of the Art
Infrastructure master planning is still a disjointed practice, but recent empirical work provides a base from which coordinated efforts, tying together the various sectors, are possible....

Accounting for Every Pipe
The Norfolk Sanitary Sewer Inventory and Appraisal System contains individual records for each of the 20,000 pipe segments in the Norfolk sewer system. The data, assembled from construction...

A Computerized Data Bank for Pavement Management

Infrastructure: Money and Methods
State and local governments have started to cope with their infrastructure problems by passing bond issues, establishing infrastructure banks to centralize resources and decision making,...

Planning Redevelopment and Modernization-Port of Oakland

Developments in Marine Container Terminals

Simulation of Lake Ice Dynamics

Trends in Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Wetlands

Anchorage Wetlands Management Plan

Status of Remote Sensing for Coastal Zone Management

Undeveloped Coastal Barriers Photographic Inventory

Selchies, Sirens, Sea Turtle Management and Other Marine Myths

 

 

 

 

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