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Transportation Cost Index: A Comprehensive Performance Measure for Transportation and Land By Liming Wang
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MAP-21 and state laws are placing increasing emphasis on using comprehensive transportation performance measures that include mobility, safety, economy, livability, equity, and environmental to guide... More > transportation decision-making. One of the toughest challenges keeping DOTs and MPOs from adopting comprehensive measures in the decision process is the lack of performance measures allowing consistent comparison of multimodal performance over time and across geographic areas. This project advances a transportation cost index (TCI) initially proposed by Oregon DOT from a proof-of-concept stage to implementation and operational use at the state, MPO, and community levels. After pilot tests and early adoption in Oregon, we test TCI with varying data sources available in different states and make the software more user-friendly. Working with communities in Florida and Utah, we will test and apply TCI to regions in Florida and Utah and compare the patterns of TCI across Oregon, Florida, and Utah.< Less
Modeling and Analyzing the Impact of Advanced Technologies on Livability and Multimodal Transportation Performance Measures in Arterial Corridors By Miguel Figliozzi
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Since pedestrians are particularly vulnerable when drivers do not yield at crosswalks, the focus of this research is to understand the factors that are associated with low yield rates or crosswalk... More > law non-compliance. In this context, the goal of this research is to study the traffic speed and vehicle trajectory factors that affect crosswalk law compliance and stopping distance from the crosswalk. The results of this research provide new insights into the relationships between traffic conditions, vehicle trajectory and compliance rates. Results indicate that vehicle origin, vehicle type, stopping at upstream traffic lights, and changes in vehicle speed and headways are key factors to predict pedestrian crosswalk law compliance and stopping behavior; changes in vehicle speed and headways have the highest explanatory power.< Less
Metropolitan Centers: Evaluating Local Implementation of Regional Plans and Policies By Richard Margerum
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The Denver and Salt Lake City Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) have embarked upon regional visioning strategies that promote development around higher density, mixed use centers with... More > current or future access to transit. This study examines the programs and policies in the Salt Lake City and Denver regions to examine regional vision influence on local planning and the opportunities and constraints facing centers. The research team analyzed local plans over the past several decades, interviewed planners, and examined demographic, land use and transportation characteristics in select centers across the region. We found that the regional vision had a moderate influence on local planning, due to vague definitions and criteria. However, light rail investment and market forces have had a more substantial influence—resulting in cities developing supportive transit oriented development policies.< Less
Estimating Walking and Bicycling at the State Level By Krista Nordback
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Estimates of vehicle miles traveled (VMT) drive policy and planning decisions for surface transportation. No similar metric is computed for cycling and walking. What approaches could be used to... More > compute such a metric on the state level? This report discusses three such approaches, identifies the advantages and disadvantages of each, and applies them to Washington State. The first approach employs travel survey data. The second approach is sample-based using pedestrian and bicycle count data. The third approach is an aggregate demand model approach using demographic data combined with count data. Due to data limitations, none of these methods could be properly implemented on the statewide level. Despite the data limits, the methods were implemented for one county (King County) in order to compare findings.< Less
Sensors and Biosensors, MEMS Technologies and its Applications By Sergey Yurish
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Sensors and Biosensors, MEMS Technologies and its Applications (Book Series: Advances in Sensors: Reviews, Vol. 2) - 18 chapters with sensor related state-of-the-art reviews and descriptions of the... More > latest achievements written by experts from academia and industry from 12 countries: China, India, Iran, Malaysia, Poland, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, UK, Ukraine and USA. This volume is divided into three main parts: physical sensors, biosensors, nanoparticles, MEMS technologies and applications. With this unique combination of information in each volume, the Advances in Sensors: Reviews Book Series will be of value for scientists and engineers in industry and at universities, to sensors developers, distributors, and users. Like the 1st volume of this Book Series, the 2nd volume also has been organized by topics of high interest.< Less
Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Vol.10, No.1 (2017) By OmniaScience
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JIEM is an open access scientific journal that publishes theoretical and empirical peer-reviewed articles, which contribute to advance the understanding of phenomena related with all aspects of... More > industrial engineering and industrial management. JIEM includes contributions, but not limited to, in the following fields: Production, Planning, Scheduling, Inventory, Logistics, Supply Chain, Quality Management, Operations Management and Operational Research.< Less
The 09 Divine Worlds of Primordial Mathematics By Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken
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The third book of the primordial art of mathematics focus on vectors, vectors calculations: the pathways of the 9 divine worlds, to later extensively demonstrate the generation of the 9 divine... More > worlds. As well complementary publications will be suggested in which the primordial vectorial mathematics will be applied for example for the study of history, strategic management, preventive health, performing arts, matrix perception, matrix thinking, training of the matrix-Q (Matrix intelligence).< Less
NAVSHIPS 900706 By U.S. NAVY DEPT Bureau of Ships
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NAVSHIPS 900706 TBX-8 instruction manual. WW2 portable transmitting - receiving set.
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Yarakyhoto By SHANIKA POPE
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