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 County: Travis County, TX
Applying the systems engineering approach to video over IP projects

Applying the systems engineering approach to video over IP projects

Date: September 2011
Creator: Thomas, Gary B.
Description: "In 2009, the Texas Transportation Institute produced for the Texas Department of Transportation a document called Video over IP Design Guidebook. This report summarized an implementation of that project in the form of a workshop. The workshop was developed and presented as a pilot in Austin in 2010 and taught an additional four times in 2011 in Fort Worth, Lubbock, Houston, and San Antonio."
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Design and application of accessible land-use modeling tools for Texas regions

Design and application of accessible land-use modeling tools for Texas regions

Date: August 2010
Creator: Kockelman, Kara; Anjomani, Ardeshir; Paul, Binny M.; Nostikasai, Dian; Tayyebi, Ali & Kharel, Gehandra
Description: "This report consists of two parts. The first summarizes key details of the Suitability Analysis (SA) model, while the second illustrates the implementation details of the Gravity Land-Use Model (G-LUM). Both modeling approaches have been applied to the Austing region of Texas, but for different case study examples."
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Predicting the incremental effects on transit ridership due to Bus-On-Shoulder operations

Predicting the incremental effects on transit ridership due to Bus-On-Shoulder operations

Date: August 2010
Creator: Machemehl, Randy B. & Pappas, Elani
Description: "Bus-On-Shoulder (BOS) operations are an extremely effective method for increasing the quality of a bus service; allowing for a bus to use a freeway shoulder as a bypass lane not only decreases bus travel time but also increases the bus service's overall performance. BOS has also been found to increase bus ridership. The modern BOS system began in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area almost 20 years ago. Using the extensive data available from Minneapolis-Saint Paul, ridership changes due to BOS operations were explored. The data showed that with 90% confidence, ridership will increase by at least 4.5% and as much as 14.3%. This paper also explores how the citizens of Austin, Texas would respond to a BOS operation on local freeways. A stated preference survey was administered to a sample of Austin commuters. It was determined that potential riders would desire a time savings of 7 or more minutes. Typically it is challenging for persons to accurately predict time savings, therefore it was concluded that for a BOS operation to be successful it was necessary for a there to be a perceived time savings."
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The University of Texas at Austin Annual Financial Report, Fiscal Year 2011

The University of Texas at Austin Annual Financial Report, Fiscal Year 2011

Date: 2011~
Creator: University of Texas at Austin
Description: Annual financial report by The University of Texas at Austin for the fiscal year ending August 31, 2011.
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The University of Texas System Administration Annual Financial Report, Fiscal Year 2011

The University of Texas System Administration Annual Financial Report, Fiscal Year 2011

Date: 2011~
Creator: Texas State University System. Administration.
Description: Annual financial report by The University of Texas System Administration for the fiscal year ending August 31, 2011.
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