Development of Nonmotorized Transportation Engineering Course for Colleges and Universities

Federal Policy and Programs of the U.S. Department of Transportation with Regard to Human Powered Transportation

Greater Cleveland Retional Transit Authority Walkway to Gateway

Making the Central Artery Project Walker Friendly

Pedestrians: Who Are They?

Land Use Distribution for the Transportation System in San Diego

Integration of Light Rail Into City Streets

Transportation Congress, Volumes 1 and 2
Civil Engineers—Key to the World's Infrastructure
This proceedings, Transportation Congress: Civil Engineers—Key to the World's Infrastructure, contains papers presented at the...

A League of Their Own
New baseball stadiums in Cleveland and Arlington, Tex., opening in April 1994, combine the nostalgia of traditional ballparks with state-of-the-art site planning and structural engineering....

A Computerized Methodology for Conducting Pedestrian Gap Studies
this paper will detail recent improvements with the procedure the New York City Department of Transportation utilizes when conducting Pedestrian Gap Studies. These improvements were made...

ISTEA Enhances Transportation
The aim of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) of 1991 was to integrate communities with transportation programs. Engineering professionals now have the responsibility...

Computer-based Building Design and Pedestrian-level Wind Conditions
Knowledge based computer system has been developed for the evaluation of wind conditions around buildings at pedestrian level. This paper concentrates on two major components of the system,...

Short-Distance Transportation Systems in Japan
Short-distance transportation systems are getting public attention as a means of urban transportation as well as a tool of urban development. This paper briefly describes the current situation...

MM21 (Minato Mirai 21) Project in Yokohama, Japan
This paper outlines the `Moving Walkways,' a new, continuous transportation system that the City of Yokohama plans to build as the ideal local transportation for `Minato Mirai 21.' The...

Case Study: Design of a Traditional Village Master Plan
This paper presents a case study of a Master Plan for a neo-traditional Village on a tract of land of over 130 acres located in Northern New Jersey. It will focus on the design process...

Truck Involvement in Fatal Urban Road Accidents in Australia
Trucks are over-represented (relative to vehicle numbers and vehicle-kilometers of travel) in fatal accidents. Those most at risk are occupants of other vehicles and pedestrians. Articulated...

Hillside Escalators in Hong Kong

Activity Center Development Impact Analysis
A flexible microcomputer spreadsheet analysis method is described for analyzing area-wide and localized impacts of new development in urban or suburban activity centers. The analysis approach...

ROADTEST—A Microscopic Traffic and Transit Simulator
A new computerized microscopic traffic simulation model ROADTEST is described. The model a general purpose one, permits simulation of any vehicles including trains and fixed route transit...

Wind Tunnel Model Studies of Buildings and Structures
This manual provides guidelines on wind tunnel model testing of buildings and structures. Included are procedures required to provide representative information on wind effects experienced...

 

 

 

 

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