CUTR Webcast Recording: Evaluation of Rear-end Collisions and Identification of Possible Solutions

May 29, 2014 12:00PM (ET) Evaluation of Rear-end Collisions and Identification of Possible Solutions This session presented the findings from a study conducted to examine rear-end collisions between motorists and public transit buses. This study was initiated because some transit agencies were reporting alarming increases to rear end collisions. The study was designed to fulfill the following objectives: determine if rear-end collisions

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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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Florida Commuter Assistance Program Evaluation

The primary objective for this project is to assess the Commuter Assistance Programs’ (CAPs) contribution to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) goals. These results help the Department establish fair and equitable funding levels and identify areas where FDOT can continue to provide support to improve performance continually for the overall program. In 2009 – 2011, CUTR conducted telephone and

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Measuring the Impacts of Employer-Based TDM Strategies on Transportation System Performance

Faced with substantial funding shortfalls in meeting transportation needs, one of Washington State Department of Transportation’s key strategies for persevering mobility is improving the efficient operation of the existing transportation facilities by increasing the use of transportation demand management (TDM) strategies to decrease drive alone rates.

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