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Submissions from 2008

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Assessment of Models to Measure Pedestrian Activity at Signalized Intersections, Srinivas Subrahmanyam Pulugurtha and Sudha R. Repaka

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Land-Use Challenges to Implementing Transit-Oriented Development in China: Case Study of Jinan, Shandong Province, Alainna Thomas and Elizabeth Deakin

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Children’s travel to school: discrete choice modeling of correlated motorized and nonmotorized transportation modes using covariance heterogeneity, Gudmundur F. Ulfarsson and Venkataraman N. Shankar

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Walking Behavior and Pedestrian Flow Characteristics for Different Types of Walking Facilities, Jianhong Ye, Chen XiaoHong, Chao Yang, and Jiaorong Wu

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Default Values for Highway Capacity and Level-of-Service Analyses, John D. Zegeer, Miranda L. Blogg, Khang Nguyen, and Mark Vandehey

Submissions from 2007

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Extent and correlates of walking in the USA, Asha Weinstein Agrawal and Paul Schimek

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Quantifying Position Accuracy of Multimodal Data from Global Positioning System-Enabled Cell Phones, David P. Aguilar, Sean J. Barbeau, Miguel A. Labrador, Alfredo J. Perez, Rafael A. Perez, and Philip L. Winters

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Bursting the Bubble: Determining Transit-Oriented Development's Walkable Limits, Brian Canepa

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Transforming a Bus Station into a Transit-Oriented Development: Improving Pedestrian, Bicycling, and Transit Connections, Wayne D. Cottrell

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Factors Affecting Work Site Mode Choice: Findings from Portland, Oregon, Jennifer Dill and Erin Wardell

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Stop Spacing Analysis Using Geographic Information System Tools with Parcel and Street Network Data, Peter G. Furth, Maaza C. Mekuria, and Joseph L. SanClemente

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Pedestrian Protection Systems: Issues, Survey, and Challenges, Tarak Gandhi and Mohan Manubha Trivedi

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Model for Estimating Crossing Times at High-Occupancy Crosswalks, Anais Golani and Harel Damti

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Congestion Pricing for Multi-Modal Transportation Systems, Younes Hamdouch, Michael A. Florian, Donald W. Hearn, and Siriphong Lawphongpanich

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Assessing Passenger Comfort and Capacity Bottlenecks in Dutch Train Stations, Serge P. Hoogendoorn, Winnie Daamen, Arwina de Boer, and Ilka Vaatstra

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Pedestrian and Bicyclist Level of Service on Roadway Segments, Søren Underlien Jensen

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Exploring Market Support for New Products and Services for Transit and Walking: New Market Research Approach, Karla H. Karash, Matthew A. Coogan, and Thomas Jay Adler

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Analysis of Light Rail Rider Travel Behavior: Impacts of Individual, Built Environment, and Crime Characteristics on Transit Access, Sungyop Kim, Gudmundur F. Ulfarsson, and J Todd Hennessy

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An Assessment of the Benefits of the Walking School Bus in Christchurch, New Zealand, Simon Kingham and Shannon Ussher

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Public Outreach in Pedestrian Plan for Durham, North Carolina: Effectiveness in a Diverse Community, Jennifer Lewis and J Scott Lane

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Mode Choice Behavior of Elderly Travelers in Honolulu, Hawaii, Tara Y I Lucas, Adrian Ricardo Archilla, and Constantinos S. Papacostas

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Performance, Importance and User Disgruntlement: A Six-Step Method for Measuring Satisfaction with Travel Modes, Stephen G. Stradling, Jillian Anable, and Michael Carreno

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The implications of school choice on travel behavior and environmental emissions, Elizabeth J. Wilson, Ryan Wilson, and Kevin J. Krizek

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The Nonmotorized Core of Tianjin, John Zacharias

Submissions from 2006

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The Influences of the Built Environment and Residential Self-Selection on Pedestrian Behavior: Evidence from Austin, TX, Xinyu Cao, Susan L. Handy, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian

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Context-Sensitive Urban Transportation Design in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jeffrey M. Casello, Robert M. Wright, and Vukan R. Vuchic

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Assessment of Alternative Ventilation Schemes at Public Transport Interchange, T T. Chow, Zhang Lin, and Wei Bai

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Innovative Design for Safe and Accessible Light Rail or Tram Stops Suitable for Streetcar-Style Conditions, Graham Currie and Paul Smith

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ITE Committee Report Summary. Context Sensitive Solutions in Designing Major Urban Thoroughfares for Walkable Communities: An ITE Proposed Recommended Practice, James M. Daisa

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Manifestations of Development Goals in Transit-Oriented Projects, Robert T. Dunphy and Douglas R. Porter

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Pedestrian and Motor Vehicle Traffic Control Practices for Light Rail Transit: Innovations in New Light Rail Transit System, Barcelona, Spain, José Ignacio Farrán

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Wasted density? The impact of Toronto’s residential-density-distribution policies on public-transit use and walking, Pierre Filion, Kathleen McSpurren, and Brad Appleby

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Improving Pedestrian Safety at Unsignalized Crossings, Kay Fitzpatrick, Shawn Turner, Marcus Brewer, Paul Carlson, Brook Ullman, Nada Trout, Eun Sug Park, Jeffrey Whitacre, Nazir Lalani, and Dominique Lord

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Using pedestrian access in the modal competition between public transport and cars: the case of Paris, R Golias

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New Toolkit Provides Practical Tools to Build Better Bus Stops, Beth Hamby and Ken Thompson

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Lifestyles, Residential Location Decisions, and Pedestrian and Transit Activity, Kevin J. Krizek

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Variation of Walking Speeds on a Unidirectional Walkway and on a Bidirectional Stairway, Jodie Y S Lee and William H K Lam

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Potential for Car Use Reduction Through a Simulation Approach: Paris and Lyon Case Studies, M -. MASSOT, Jimmy ARMOOGUM, P BONNEL, and D Caubel

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Views of the Street: Using Community Surveys and Focus Groups to Inform Context-Sensitive Design, Carolyn McAndrews, Josefina Maria Florez-Diaz, and Elizabeth Deakin

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Competition Between Egress Transport Modes: Stated Choice Model Incorporating Availability Effects, Eric J E Molin, Diana M. VonkNoordegraaf, Fieke Mol, and Harry J P Timmermans

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Transit Use Viability Among Older Drivers Losing Driving Privileges, Steven Polzin and Oliver Page

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Why Canadians Cycle More Than Americans: A Comparative Analysis of Bicycling Trends and Policies, John Pucher and Ralph Buehler

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From TIGER to Audit Instruments: Measuring Neighborhood Walkability with Street Data Based on Geographic Information Systems, Marc A. Schlossberg

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Active Commuting in a University Setting: Assessing Commuting Habits and Potential for Modal Change, Tya Shannon, Billie Giles-Corti, Terri Pikora, Max Bulsara, Trevor Shilton, and Fiona Bull

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Part 1: Intermodal Transfer Facilities and Ferry Transportation:Developing Bus Transfer Facilities for Maximum Transit Agency and Community Benefit, Joel Volinski and Oliver Page

Submissions from 2005

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ALL WORK AND NO PLAY? THE ROLE OF INSTRUMENTAL AND AFFECTIVE FACTORS IN WORK AND LEISURE JOURNEYS BY DIFFERENT TRAVEL MODES, J Anable and B Gatersleben

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DETECTION OF LOITERING INDIVIDUALS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AREAS, N D. Bird, O Masoud, N P. Papanikolopoulos, and A Isaacs

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Field Testing of Intrusion Detection Technologies for High-Speed Rail Crossings, Ron Blacketer, J R. Zaworski, and K M. Hunter-Zaworski

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Developing Operational and Safety Guidelines for School Sites in Texas, Scott A. Cooner

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Influence of Changes in Level on Passenger Route Choice in Railway Stations, Winnie Daamen, Piet H L Bovy, and Serge P. Hoogendoorn

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Road-User Charging and the Modelling of Revenue Allocation, Seona Farrell and Wafaa Saleh

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Bus Rapid Transit in Downtown Orlando, FL, USA, Jim Kimbler

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Ticket to a Sustainable Future: An Evaluation of the Long-Term Durability of the Walking School Bus Programme in Christchurch, New Zealand, Simon Kingham and Shannon Ussher

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Innovative Intermodal Solutions for Urban Transportation Award: Developing Intermodal Traffic Signal Solutions for Portland, OR, USA, William C. Kloos

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A Tour-Based Model of Travel Mode Choice, Eric J. Miller, Matthew J. Roorda, and Juan Antonio Carrasco

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Using Equivalent Walking Distance to Assess Pedestrian Accessibility to Transit Stations in Singapore, Piotr Olszewski and Sony Sulaksono Wibowo

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Urban Transport Crisis in India, John Pucher, Nisha Korattyswaropam, Neha Mittal, and Neenu Ittyerah

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Racial differences and pedestrian safety: Some evidence from Maryland and implications for policy, Randal Reed and Siddhartha Sen

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Improving California's Bay Area Rapid Transit District Connectivity and Access with Segway Human Transporter and Other Low-Speed Mobility Devices, Susan A. Shaheen, Caroline J. Rodier, and Amanda M. Eaken

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Study on Optimal Frequency Design Problem for Multimodal Network Using Probit-Based User Equilibrium Assignment, Kenetsu Uchida, Agachai Sumalee, David Watling, and Richard D. Connors

Submissions from 2004

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Transit-Oriented Development in the United States: Experiences, Challenges, and Prospects, Robert Cervero, S. Murphy, C. Ferrell, N Goguts, Y-H Tsai, G. B. Arrington, J Boroski, J Smith-Heimer, R Golem, P Peninger, E Nakajima, E Chui, R Dunphy, M Myers, and S McKay

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Ridership models at the stop level, Xuehao Chu

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PARKING MANAGEMENT AND DOWNTOWN LAND DEVELOPMENT IN BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA, Elizabeth Deakin, Ally Bechtel, Amber Crabbe, Mary Archer, Shannon CAIRNS, Andrew Kluter, Kamshing Leung, and Jason Ni

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PROCEDURES FOR PLANNING MULTI-LEG JOURNEYS WITH FIXED-ROUTE AND DEMAND-RESPONSIVE PASSENGER TRANSPORT SERVICES, MET Horn

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NON-COMMUTERS: THE PEOPLE WHO WALK TO WORK OR WORK AT HOME, P O. Plaut

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COMPARING TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT SITES BY WALKABILITY INDICATORS, M Schlossberg and N Brown

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ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR PRIORITIZING BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN INVESTMENTS: NEW JERSEY'S STATEWIDE MASTER PLAN UPDATE, PHASE 2, A R. Swords, L M. Goldman, W Feldman, T F. Ehrlich, and W J. Bird

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Developing bus transfer facilities for maximum transit agency and community benefit, Joel Volinski and O Page

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT VALUES OF TIME, M WARDMAN

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Model regulations and plan amendments for multimodal transportation districts, K. M. Williams, K. E. Seggerman, and I. Nikitopoulos

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CREATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR ASSESSING LEVEL OF SERVICE EQUALLY ACROSS MODES, Philip L. Winters and Lisa E. Tucker

Submissions from 2003

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ANALYSIS OF EFFECTS OF FARE-FREE TRANSIT PROGRAM ON STUDENT COMMUTING MODE SHARES: BRUINGO AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES, B Boyd, M Chow, R JOHNSON, and A Smith

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INDEPENDENT MOBILITY AMONG TEENAGERS: EXPLORATION OF TRAVEL TO AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, Kelly J. Clifton

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ESTIMATING VALUES FOR TRAFFIC PARAMETERS IN TURNING LANES, J E. Coeymans and J C. Herrera

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EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF PEDESTRIAN WALKING BEHAVIOR, Winnie Daamen and Serge P. Hoogendoorn

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TRANSIT USE AND PROXIMITY TO RAIL: RESULTS FROM LARGE EMPLOYMENT SITES IN THE SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, BAY AREA, Jennifer Dill

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AN EXTENDED MODEL AND PROCEDURAL FRAMEWORK FOR PLANNING MULTI-MODAL PASSENGER JOURNEYS, M. E.T. Horn

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A METHODOLOGY FOR EVALUATING WALKING BUSES AS AN INSTRUMENT OF URBAN TRANSPORT POLICY, R L. Mackett, L Lucas, J Paskins, and J Turbin

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CONVERTING A LARGE REGION TO A MULTIMODAL PULSED-HUB PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORK, R R. Maxwell

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ANALYSIS OF NORTH CAROLINA GUIDELINES AND CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHING SCHOOL WALK ZONES, J Tsai, T Rhoulac, A J. Henry, and W L. Hall

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FORECASTING TRANSIT WALK ACCESSIBILITY: REGRESSION MODEL ALTERNATIVE TO BUFFER METHOD, Fang Zhao, Lee-Fang Chow, Min-Tang Li, Ike Ubaka, and Albert Gan

Submissions from 2002

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HEURISTIC ANALYSIS OF IMPACTS OF COMMUTER RAIL STATION CONSOLIDATION ON PEDESTRIAN ACCESS, C K. Ayvalik and C J. Khisty

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ROUNDABOUT WARRANTS: PROPOSED FRAMEWORK FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT, Jeremy R. Chapman and Rahim F. Benekohal

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Why people cross where they do: The role of street environement, Xuehao Chu, Martin Guttenplan, and Michael R. Baltes

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DENSIFICATION AND URBAN COMPACTION: REINFORCING THE DRIVE FOR SUSTAINABILITY, James COOPER, Karen Donegan, Tim Ryley, Austin SMYTH, and Ed Granzow

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MULTIMODAL CORRIDOR LEVEL-OF-SERVICE ANALYSIS, Richard G. Dowling, Douglas McLeod, Martin Guttenplan, and John D. Zegeer

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GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF BUS BULBS, K Fitzpatrick, K Hall, M Finley, and S Farnsworth

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Building transit oriented development in established communities, Sara J. Hendricks and Julie Goodwill

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TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOODS AND AUTOMOBILE OWNERSHIP, D B. Hess and P M. Ong

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STUDY OF INTERSECTION ACCIDENTS BY MANEUVER TYPE, S Mitra, H C. Chin, and M A. Quddus

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SOCIOECONOMIC, COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH FOR DEVELOPING INTEGRATED MASS TRANSIT SYSTEMS: APPLICATION TO CITY OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, C G. Phillips and H R. Edwards

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EFFECTS OF PEDESTRIAN TREATMENTS ON RISKY PEDESTRIAN BEHAVIOR, J T. Siques

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FSUTMS mode choice modeling: Factors affecting transit use and access, Fang Zhao, Min-Tang Li, Lee-Fang Chow, Albert Gan, and L David Shen

Submissions from 2001

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Pedestrian mid-block crossing difficulty, Xuehao Chu and Michael R. Baltes

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BUILT ENVIRONMENT AS DETERMINANT OF WALKING BEHAVIOR: ANALYZING NONWORK PEDESTRIAN TRAVEL IN PORTLAND, OREGON, M J. Greenwald and M G. Boarnet

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MULTIMODAL LEVEL-OF-SERVICE ANALYSIS AT PLANNING LEVEL, M Guttenplan, B W. Landis, L Crider, and D S. McLeod

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STATED PREFERENCE ANALYSIS OF SENSITIVITIES TO ELEMENTS OF TRANSPORTATION AND URBAN FORM, John Douglas Hunt

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"SECOND TRAIN COMING" WARNING SIGN DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, V Khawani

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Light Rail Service: Pedestrian and Vehicular Safety, H. W. Korve, B. D. Ogden, J. T. Siques, D. M. Mansel, H. A. Richards, S. Gilbert, E. Boni, M. Butchko, J. C. Stutts, and R. G. Hughes

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PERFORMANCE IN LIEU OF PRESCRIPTION IN BRIDGE DESIGN: CHANGI AIRPORT MEZZANINE BRIDGE, SINGAPORE, M ROCHE