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TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2654
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2654 consists of 8 papers that explore transportation planning, including: -Evaluation of Vehicle Parking Queueing in a National Park: Case Study of the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve in Grand Teton National Park Megaregion Projections 2015 to 2045 with Transportation Policy Implications -Road User Education and Multimodal Planning: Can Capability Be Part of the Process? -Application of Environmental Justice Analysis in a Statewide Freight Plan Issues in Expanding the Denver Regional Activity-Based Model for Statewide Modeling in Colorado -Assessment of Regional Transit Accessibility in the San Francisco Bay Area of California with Urban Access -Examining Multimodal Transportation in the El Paso, Texas, Region: Regional Transportation Survey Results -Automated System to Prioritize Highway Improvement Locations and to Analyze Project Alternatives
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2653
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2653 consists of 11 papers that explore transportation planning, including: -Travel and the Built Environment: Insights Using Activity Densities, the Sprawl Index, and Neighborhood Types -Closing the Induced Vehicle Travel Gap Between Research and Practice Delays, Detours, and Diversions: Paths to Fully Executed Safe Routes to School Projects -Taxonomy of Shared Autonomous Vehicle Fleet Management Problems to Inform Future Transportation Mobility -UrbanAccess: Generalized Methodology for Measuring Regional Accessibility with an Integrated Pedestrian and Transit Network -Evidence-Based Transit and Land Use Sketch Planning Using Interactive Accessibility Methods on Combined Schedule and Headway-Based Networks -When the Tides Come, Where Will We Go? Modeling the Impacts of Sea Level Rise on the Greater Boston, Massachusetts, Transport and Land Use System -Incorporating Equity and Resiliency in Municipal Transportation Planning: Case Study of Mobility Hubs in Oakland, California -Integration of National Long-Distance Passenger Travel Demand Model with Tennessee Statewide Model and Calibration to Big Data -Transit Access Measure: Incorporating Walk and Drive Access -Impacts of Model Resolution on Transportation Network Criticality Rankings
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