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With increased competition for transportation dollars, it is more important than ever to provide citizens with the skills and knowledge to effectively participate in transportation decisions... More > affecting their neighborhoods. For more than ten years, the City of Portland and Portland State University have teamed up to offer a class intended to help city residents become more effective advocates on local transportation issues. The course, designed for the neighborhood activist, is facilitated by a transportation planning consultant. The intended outcome is to provide a way to impart knowledge and skills to local residents and activists so they may become more informed and active leaders in their local transportation planning efforts.< Less
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This research report describes our efforts to assemble and develop a multimodal archive for the Portland-Vancouver region. The preliminary nature of the archiving process means that some of the data... More > are incomplete and samples. The arterial data sources available in the Portland-Vancouver region include data for local agencies (City of Portland, Clark County, WA, TriMet and C-TRAN) covering vehicle, transit, pedestrian, and bicycle modes. We provide descriptions of each data source and a spatial and temporal classification. The report describes the process for extracting data from the agency systems and transferring these data to our multimodal database. A number of novel visualizations were created. These are summarized in this report and examples are shown. Efforts to monitor data quality and automate data quality processing are explored. Finally, the report presents efforts to combine transit and travel time data and signal timing and vehicle count data to generate some sample congestion measures.< Less
OTREC-RR-430 By Christopher Monsere
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This research report describes our efforts to assemble and develop a multimodal archive for the Portland-Vancouver region. The preliminary nature of the archiving process means that some of the data... More > are incomplete and samples. The arterial data sources available in the Portland-Vancouver region include data for local agencies (City of Portland, Clark County, WA, TriMet and C-TRAN) covering vehicle, transit, pedestrian, and bicycle modes. We provide descriptions of each data source and a spatial and temporal classification. The report describes the process for extracting data from the agency systems and transferring these data to our multimodal database. A number of novel visualizations were created. These are summarized in this report and examples are shown. Efforts to monitor data quality and automate data quality processing are explored. Finally, the report presents efforts to combine transit and travel time data and signal timing and vehicle count data to generate some sample congestion measures.< Less
OTREC-RR-13-04 By Jennifer Dill et al.
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This project sought to understand the relationship between urban form, transit service characteristics, and ridership measured at the stop level. Most previous work in this area has looked at these... More > issues separately, by either linking system performance (e.g. on-time performance, cost, etc.) to ridership or exploring the connection between urban form (e.g. density) and transit use. This project synthesized these disparate approaches. While transit service characteristics (e.g. frequency, travel time, etc.) are important to help individuals reach their desired destinations, most transit users are pedestrians at the beginning and end of any transit trip. Therefore, focusing on the walkable zone around each transit stop was also important.< Less

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