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 Year: 2010
Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware test 3-10 on 31-inch W-beam guardrail with standard offset blocks

Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware test 3-10 on 31-inch W-beam guardrail with standard offset blocks

Date: November 2010
Creator: Abu-Odeh, Akram Y.; Menges, Wanda L. & Bligh, Roger P.
Description: "The test reported herein corresponds to American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH) test 3-10. This is primarily a severity test that assesses risk of injury to the vehicle occupants."
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State of Technology of Water Reuse: Final Report

State of Technology of Water Reuse: Final Report

Date: August 2010
Creator: Alan Plummer Associates, Inc.
Description: This report reviews the state of technology associated with implementation of water reuse projects. (p. 2).
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Suitability analysis guidebook/training materials : manual for application of suitability analysis for a selected region in Texas

Suitability analysis guidebook/training materials : manual for application of suitability analysis for a selected region in Texas

Date: August 2010
Creator: Anjomani, Ardeshir; Tayebi, Ali; Nostikasari, Dian & Kharel, Gehendra
Description: "This report is part of Task 2 of implementation project 5-5667, which focuses on the development of a prototype application of the Suitability Analysis model using GIS for a selected region in Texas. It is organized in two sections. Section I provides a description of study area and background information on data collection and analysis process. section II introduces a prototype model with a step-by-step process to run it."
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Peer grouping and performance measurement to improve rural and urban transit in Texas

Peer grouping and performance measurement to improve rural and urban transit in Texas

Date: September 2010
Creator: Arndt, Jeffrey C.; Edrington, Suzie; Sandidge, Matthew; Quadrifoglio, Luca & Perkins, Judy
Description: "Rural and small urban transit systems in Texas will become even more important with predicted changes in population trends. Rural demographic trends indicate growth in the number of persons age 65 and over coupled with a decrease in population density. Small urban area trends indicate substantial population growth and broadened geographic boundaries, yet resources to provide rural and small urban transit are limited. Therefore, transit managers find it is increasingly important to maximize service efficiency and effectiveness. The purpose of this research was to identify peer groups, performance benchmarks, and strategies used by successful transit providers to achieve high performance. The research project identifies peer groups based on the transit environment within which each agency operates, so that agencies can be compared to other operators who face similar environments. Peer group effectiveness and efficiency performance are examined within and between rural and urban peer groups, and high performers are identified for case studies. Through the case studies, key attributes are identified for achieving high operating efficiency and/or effectiveness. Performance strategies are categorized to provide transit providers with transferrable information to improve performance and increase the return on transit investment."
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Quantitative characterization of microstructure of asphalt mixtures

Quantitative characterization of microstructure of asphalt mixtures

Date: October 2010
Creator: Badgekar, Swapneel; Bhasin, Amit & Izadi, Anoosha
Description: "The main objective of this study was to quantitatively characterize the three dimensional micro-structure of the asphalt binder withing the fine aggregate matrix of an asphalt mixture and compare the influence of binder content, coarse aggregate gradation, and fine aggregate gradation on this micro-structure."
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Delivery of workshops on corridor management and preservation in Texas

Delivery of workshops on corridor management and preservation in Texas

Date: September 2010
Creator: Bochner, Brian S. & Hard, Edwin N.
Description: "This report summarizes the delivery and outcome of a series of workshops conducted at 23 Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) districts across the state on corridor management and preservation in Texas. The workshops served as follow-up implementation work for research project 0-5606, "Creating Partnerships with Local Communities to Manage and Preserve Corridors." The report provides an overview of the project and documents the dates, locations, and attendance of workshops implemented during the three-year project period."
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Internal trip capture estimator for mixed-use developments

Internal trip capture estimator for mixed-use developments

Date: February 2010
Creator: Bochner, Brian S. & Sperry, Benjamin R.
Description: This report describes a spreadsheet tool for estimating trip generation for mixed-use developments, accounting for internal trip capture. Internal trip capture is the portion of trips generated by a mixed-use development that both begin and end within the development. The importance of internal trip capture is that those trips satisfy a portion of the total development's trip generation and they do so without using the external road system. As a result, a mixed-use development that generates a given number of total trips creates less demand on the external road system than single-use developments generating the same number of trips. This report describes the spreadsheet estimator and how to use it. It describes the data behind the estimator as well as how those data are applied. The two Texas mixed-use developments from which most of the data were derived are also described. This report is supplemented by the Excel® spreadsheet itself as well as task memoranda that document the survey data collected as part of this project.
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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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Water Issues in Texas : A Survey of Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Water

Water Issues in Texas : A Survey of Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Water

Date: September 2010
Creator: Boellstorff, Diane E.; Boleman, Chris T. & McFarland, Mark Lee
Description: "The Texas AgriLife Extension Service facilitated a random sample survey of Texas residents to evaluate their awareness of, attitudes about and willingness to act on water issues. The results of this survey will be useful to citizens, local governments, state agencies and policy makers in planning for the future" (p. 6).
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