Engaging Transportation Students in Florida’s Future Corridors Initiative

This report includes visionary concepts produced by University of South Florida graduate students for future transportation corridors in Florida. The project was made possible by a grant from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The concepts are presented here for consideration by FDOT and interested stakeholders as part of the statewide Future Corridors initiative—an effort to proactively plan for the

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Technology Application Among Florida Community Transportation Coordinators

The objective of this project is to gather and disseminate best practices in the application of technology in the paratransit field. The report will provide a comprehensive assessment on how representative agencies deliver successful services provided to ADA and non-ADA riders on demand-responsive mode of transportation. This study will inform the industry on the state of the practice and initiate

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CUTR Webcast Recording: OneBusAway Multi-region – Rapidly Expanding Mobile Transit Apps to New Cities

April 17, 12:00PM (EDT) OneBusAway Multi-region – Rapidly Expanding Mobile Transit Apps to New Cities Real-time transit information offers many benefits to transit riders, including reduced wait times and increased customer satisfaction. However, offering real-time transit services has been challenging for many transit agencies. While mobile apps have emerged as a preferred dissemination method for real-time information, it is typically

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CUTR Webcast Recording: Visionary Student Concepts for Florida’s Future Corridors

April 3, 12:00PM (EDT) Visionary Student Concepts for Florida’s Future Corridors The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) asked the University of South Florida, Center for Urban Transportation Research to engage transportation students in a creative visioning exercise relative to transportation corridors of the future. Three interdisciplinary student teams were formed to develop alternative visionary design concepts for a future corridor

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