Switzerland: Rail Access to Airports and the Fly-Luggage System
Swissair and the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) offer a unique service for air passengers travelling to and from their Swiss airport of departure or arrival. In conjunction with private...

Analysis of Potential Highway Routes to Yucca Mountain

Strategic Ship Routing Impacts of Temporal Coverage with Real-time Satellite Altimeter-Based Current Information
We investigate strategic ship routing impacts of temporal coverage with real-time satellite altimeter-based current information. We sample underlying daily `true' current patterns along...

Demand/Supply Relationship in Transportation Network Design Problems: A Genetic Algorithm Approach
The cumulative genetic algorithm (CGA) has its significant advantages over the heuristic algorithms in dealing with transportation network design problems. Using CGA, the entire solution...

Best Route GIS System
A GIS systems was developed for determining the best route to travel, so that the traveler will travel to a number of cities in such a way that he/she will visit each city only once and...

Electronic Yellow Pages for Pre-trip Planning Systems
An attempt has been made to introduce Electronic pages or Electronic yellow pages which work similarly to Yellow Pages. The overall system is divided into user interface, network building,...

Data Fusion for an ATIS Operational Test: Description and Computational Issues
The ADVANCE project in the Chicago Metropolitan area is the largest operational test of Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) technologies in the U.S. This paper focuses on the process...

Design of a Network and Travel Simulator: A Tool Box for the Analysis of Route Choice Behavior in the Presence of Information

Estimation of the Thickness of Transition Zone in Concrete and Characteristics of Transition Zone in High-Strength Concrete

Predicting TCM Responses with Urban Travel - Demand Models

Breakout Session 2C: Market-Based Incentives

Breakout Session 3A: Interfacing with Emission Models

Breakout Session 4A: VMT Estimation

Kent, Edward
In order to perform conservative scour analyses for coastal bridge sites it is necessary to develop realistic hydraulic simulations which provide worst case estimates of depth and velocity....

Analysis of the Torrent Lava Flow Movement and Its Computations - One Example Applied Investigation of Disastrous Torrent Flood
To compute torrent lava flow is hardly an easy task. Most often it has to be determined on the basis of flood traces. In the case of phenomenon discussed, it was the only possible way...

A New Formula for Mean Velocity in Torrents
In this paper we present a new equation for mean velocity in torrents based on travel time measurements and geomorphological relations. Here, the emphasis is not on understanding the physical...

Numerical Modeling of Fluid Mud Transport in Estuaries
The movement of fluid mud has been cited as the most likely cause of rapid sedimentation in channels located in muddy estuaries. A time dependent, two-dimensional laterally-averaged cohesive...

Space-Time Variability of Sediment Suspension in the Nearshore Zone

The Use of COGO/GIS in the Route 58 Corridor Development Study: A Case Study
This paper is a case study in the utilization of COGO and GIS software for the Route 58 Corridor Development Program in Southwest Virginia. The planning effort included the evaluation...

Using GIS to Define and Develop TAZ Data
GIS permits users to geographically display database information. It also can provide a common link between two or more previously unrelated databases. Increasingly, these capabilities...

 

 

 

 

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