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 Decade: 2010-2019
 Serial/Series Title: University Transportation Center for Mobility series (Tex.)
Development of an early-stage toll revenue estimation model

Development of an early-stage toll revenue estimation model

Date: May 2012
Creator: Beaty, Curtis.
Description: This report contains a standalone, spreadsheet-based model that prepares early-stage traffic and toll revenue estimates.
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Teen driver cell phone blocker

Teen driver cell phone blocker

Date: February 2012
Creator: Benden, Mark; Fink, Rainer & Stafford, James
Description: "In this report a study that was a randomized control intervention that measures the effectiveness of a cellular phone control device that communicates whit the vehicles of teen drivers to deny them access to their phone while driving for the purpose of reducing distraction=related negative driving events."
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Teen driver cell phone blocker

Teen driver cell phone blocker

Date: February 2012
Creator: Benden, Mark; Fink, Rainer & Stafford, James
Description: "In this report a study that was a randomized control intervention that measures the effectiveness of a cellular phone control device that communicates whit the vehicles of teen drivers to deny them access to their phone while driving for the purpose of reducing distraction=related negative driving events."
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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 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."
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The short-run impact of gas prices on toll road use: $b gas price elasticity of toll road use

The short-run impact of gas prices on toll road use: $b gas price elasticity of toll road use

Date: September 2011
Creator: Burris, Mark
Description: One of the primary functions of transportation planning is to predict future travel behavior. Using estimated travel patterns, planners can then help decision makers select the array of projects that will best suit the needs of their community. Travel behavior is a function of many variables, with cost being among the most important. Recent fluctuations in the price of gas provide an excellent opportunity to observe the impact of the price of gas on travel behavior. This project goes a step beyond looking at the elasticity of travel with respect to gas price by examining how recent changes in gas prices have impacted travel on specific facilities: toll facilities. Data from around the US was used to examine how traffic levels on toll roads have been affected by fluctuations in gas prices over the last several years. This study developed models that account for the many other exogenous factors influencing toll road use (such as local economy, population, and toll rates), and provide an elasticity of toll road demand with respect to gas price independent of those other factors. This study will provide planners and toll road authorities with valuable information on how travelers react to increasing cost of travel ...
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The short-run impact of gas prices on toll road use : $b gas price elasticity of toll road use

The short-run impact of gas prices on toll road use : $b gas price elasticity of toll road use

Date: September 2011
Creator: Burris, Mark & Huang, Chao
Description: One of the primary functions of transportation planning is to predict future travel behavior. Using estimated travel patterns, planners can then help decision makers select the array of projects that will best suit the needs of their community. Travel behavior is a function of many variables, with cost being among the most important. Recent fluctuations in the price of gas provide an excellent opportunity to observe the impact of the price of gas on travel behavior. This project goes a step beyond looking at the elasticity of travel with respect to gas price by examining how recent changes in gas prices have impacted travel on specific facilities: toll facilities. Data from around the US was used to examine how traffic levels on toll roads have been affected by fluctuations in gas prices over the last several years. This study developed models that account for the many other exogenous factors influencing toll road use (such as local economy, population, and toll rates), and provide an elasticity of toll road demand with respect to gas price independent of those other factors. This study will provide planners and toll road authorities with valuable information on how travelers react to increasing cost of travel ...
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Transit management certificate program

Transit management certificate program

Date: July 2012
Creator: Cherrington, Linda
Description: "In this report Texas Transportation Institute(TTI) worked closely with the Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning Department (LAUP) of Texas A&M University (TAMU) to develop a transit management certificate focus for the current Graduate Certificate in Transportation Planning (CTP) housed in the College of Architecture at TAMU. This program is the first step in the development of future educational opportunities in public transportation in Texas."
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Transit management certificate program

Transit management certificate program

Date: July 2012
Creator: Cherrington, Linda K.; Sandidge, Matt & Joh, Ken
Description: "In this report Texas Transportation Institute(TTI) worked closely with the Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning Department (LAUP) of Texas A&M University (TAMU) to develop a transit management certificate focus for the current Graduate Certificate in Transportation Planning (CTP) housed in the College of Architecture at TAMU.This program is the first step in the development of future educational opportunities in public transportation in Texas."
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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.
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