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 Serial/Series Title: University Transportation Center for Mobility series (Tex.)
 Collection: Texas State Publications
Making mobility improvements a community asset: transportation improvements using context-sensitive solutions

Making mobility improvements a community asset: transportation improvements using context-sensitive solutions

Date: September 2010
Creator: Bochner, Brian S.; Storey, Beverly & Lehnert, Angeline
Description: "This report was developed to disseminate knowledge, experiences, and reasons for use and benefits of Context-sensitive solutions (CSS) through university courses and technology transfer to facilitate its use by agencies and practitioners in gaining community acceptance of mobility improvement projects."
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Making mobility improvements a community asset : transportation improvements using context-sensitive solutions

Making mobility improvements a community asset : transportation improvements using context-sensitive solutions

Date: September 2010
Creator: Bochner, Brian; Storey, Beverly J. & Lehnert, Angeline
Description: "This report was developed to disseminate knowledge, experiences, and reasons for use and benefits of Context-sensitive solutions (CSS) through university courses and technology transfer to facilitate its use by agencies and practitioners in gaining community acceptance of mobility improvement projects."
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Developing an interdisciplinary certificate program in transportation planning.  Phase 2,  The eCertificate :  final report

Developing an interdisciplinary certificate program in transportation planning. Phase 2, The eCertificate : final report

Date: October 2010
Creator: Ndubisi, Forster, 1955- & Dumbaugh, Eric
Description: This proposal extends the delivery of the recently developed graduate Certificate in Transportation Planning to a wider audience through the establishment of an Executive Certificate Program by distance (eCertificate). While the need for an interdisciplinary approach to transportation is widely recognized by the professional community, there are few educational programs that address the field of transportation in a truly comprehensive, interdisciplinary manner. Texas A&M University's (TAMU's) university-wide graduate Certificate in Transportation Planning was established in August 2008 to address this need. This program has proved to be very successful. A limitation of the existing certificate program is that it is available only to graduate students at TAMU in College Station. The eCertificate program extends the delivery of the existing certificate to a wider audience of professionals interested in transportation in selected metropolitan areas in Texas. Preliminary indications suggest that an audience for the certificate exists in major metropolitan areas in Texas, especially Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. The certificate will increase access, expand Texas A&M's transportation curriculum, and enhance the university's position as a national leader in transportation education.
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Development of a special topics course on civil engineering project finance for the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering of Texas A & M University

Development of a special topics course on civil engineering project finance for the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering of Texas A & M University

Date: May 2011
Creator: Damnjanovic, Ivan & Aslan, Zafer
Description: a project finance course integrated into the core curriculum for graduate civil engineering students. Even fewer programs treat project finance as a truly interdisciplinary topic. In fact, the topic of project finance often constitutes only a small part of the structured finance curricula. The purpose of this project was to bridge this gap by developing educational and teaching materials for an interdisciplinary course in project finance. This course communicates the implications of financial decisions on engineering choices and vice versa. The course is directed toward graduate students at the Master of Science level to better prepare them to deal with real-world transportation financing.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Development of a special topics course on civil engineering project finance for the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering of Texas A & M University

Development of a special topics course on civil engineering project finance for the Zachry Department of Civil Engineering of Texas A & M University

Date: May 2011
Creator: Damnjanovic, Ivan & Aslan, Zafer
Description: A project finance course integrated into the core curriculum for graduate civil engineering students. Even fewer programs treat project finance as a truly interdisciplinary topic. In fact, the topic of project finance often constitutes only a small part of the structured finance curricula. The purpose of this project was to bridge this gap by developing educational and teaching materials for an interdisciplinary course in project finance. This course communicates the implications of financial decisions on engineering choices and vice versa. The course is directed toward graduate students at the Master of Science level to better prepare them to deal with real-world transportation financing.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Assessing the value of delay to truckers and carriers

Assessing the value of delay to truckers and carriers

Date: June 2011
Creator: Miao, Qing; Wang, Bruce X. & Adams, Teresa M.
Description: This project evaluates the value of delay (VOD) to commercial vehicle operators due to highway congestion. The VOD for congestion is a fundamental parameter driving the private sectors' response to public freight projects and policies such as corridor construction and tolling.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Assessing the value of delay to truckers and carriers

Assessing the value of delay to truckers and carriers

Date: June 2011
Creator: Miao, Qing.; Wang, Bruce Xiubin, 1966- & Adams, Teresa M.
Description: This project evaluates the value of delay (VOD) to commercial vehicle operators due to highway congestion. The VOD for congestion is a fundamental parameter driving the private sectors' response to public freight projects and policies such as corridor construction and tolling.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Impacts of funding and allocation changes on rural transit in Texas: final report

Impacts of funding and allocation changes on rural transit in Texas: final report

Date: June 2011
Creator: Edrington, Suzie & Brooks, Jonathan
Description: This report discusses the notable change that the Funding for Rural Transit Districts (RTDs) in Texas has gone through since 2003.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Development of statistical models to forecast crossing times of commercial vehicles

Development of statistical models to forecast crossing times of commercial vehicles

Date: July 2011
Creator: Kang, Dong Hun; Ochoa, Cesar; Rajbhandari, Rajat, 1973- & Garcia, Francisco
Description: "In this report statistical models were developed to predict crossing times of trucks over a short range of time. The statistical prediction models use historic data and take into account empirical relationships between border-crossing-related parameters and truck crossing times."
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
Development of statistical models to forecast crossing times of commercial vehicles

Development of statistical models to forecast crossing times of commercial vehicles

Date: July 2011
Creator: Kang, Dong Hun; Ochoa, Cesar; Rajbhandari, Rajat & Garcia, Francisco
Description: In this report statistical models were developed to predict crossing times of trucks over a short range of time. The statistical prediction models use historic data and take into account empirical relationships between border-crossing-related parameters and truck crossing times.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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