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Flexible Urban Transportation
This book provides a critique of transportation planning as it is practiced in the U.S. today, and also proposes a new, more flexible approach. The U.S. is now facing profound challenges to itsExpand
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Sustainable transportation institutions and regional evolution: Global and local perspectives
Abstract Sustainable transportation institutions must promote efficient transport utilization and reflect regional demands that often do not align themselves with traditional patterns of politicalExpand
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Stakeholder Requirements for Traffic Signal Preemption and Priority in Washington, D.C., Region
The needs, issues, and concerns are identified of local elected officials and transportation and emergency personnel from the Washington, D.C., area about signal priority and preemption systems.Expand
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Adaptability and flexibility in urban transportation policy and planning
Abstract The poor representation of uncertainty in the urban transportation planning process can lead to excessively large and permanent facilities. Such inflexible facilities and systems mayExpand
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Risk Sharing in Public-Private Partnerships: General Considerations and an Evaluation of the U.S. Practice in Road Transportation
This paper examines the risks that affect Private-Public Partnership (PPP) projects in road infrastructure and the ways of sharing risk between the two partners. The paper provides a comprehensiveExpand
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Demand Elasticity Under Time-Varying Prices: Case Study of Day-of-Week Varying Tolls on Golden Gate Bridge
One of the key issues in ascertaining the efficacy of various pricing schemes for managing highway traffic levels is the sensitivity of highway users to prices. The development of automatic tollExpand
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100 Great Business Leaders: Of the World’s Most Admired Companies
The success of every great company or popular brand is often the vision of a great leader. Here in this book, we profile 100 Great Business Leaders, giving an account of their business career,Expand
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The Folklore of the Freeway: Race and Revolt in the Modernist City
Prof. Eric Avila of UCLA has written a thoughtful account of the impact of the construction of the American Interstate highway system on the urban barrios and ghettos it often traversed. The impact,Expand
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WILL SMART BIKES SUCCEED AS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN THE UNITED STATES
Bicycle-sharing programs have received increasing attention in recent years with initiatives to increase bike usage, better meet the demand of a more mobile public, and lessen the environmentalExpand
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Transportation Demand Management
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