Manatee County Complete Streets Redesign

Last week, CUTR Program Director Kristine Williams’ students presented their interim projects on conceptual complete street redesigns for Manatee County. The class created these designs through the USF Community Sustainability Partnership Program or CSPP (CSPP). The course welcomed – Nelson Galeano, Manatee County – Wade Reynolds, Hillsborough MPO – Alex Henry, FDOT – Dr. Peng…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Gendered Intersections: Public Administrators’ Views of Gender & Its Role in Transportation Decisionmaking

May 11, 2017, 12:00PM (ET) Gendered Intersections: Public Administrators’ Views of Gender & Its Role in Transportation Decisionmaking This webcast will explore transportation administrators’ views of the role of gender in public decisionmaking. What gets built? How? Why? For whom? This webcast tackles the difficulty of examining the role that gender considerations play in transportation…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Introduction to Commuter Tax Benefits

January 23, 2014 12:00PM (EST) Introduction to Commuter Tax Benefits This webcast was designed as “Commuter Benefits 101” presentation for people largely unfamiliar with the qualified transportation fringe benefit. Download a pdf copy of the slides. Presenters: Phil Winters, Director, TDM Program, Center for Urban Transportation Research Recording View Recording Complete the evaluation. AICP Status Approved:…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Development of Pinellas County Roadway Jurisdiction Policy

January 24,2013 at 12:00pm Eastern time. Pinellas County encompasses twenty four municipalities in its boundary with some cities actively annexing property and road right of way. Over the years, annexations, as well as numerous road transfers, have caused confusion regarding the jurisdiction of transportation facilities, created numerous enclaves and contributed to the uncertainty regarding the…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Planning for Changing Travel Behavior

August 25, 2011 The complexity of transportation decision making results from applying holistic thinking to transportation planning. Environment, health, safety, mobility, accessibility, equity, climate change, employment, economic competitiveness, image, land use, and choice are all factors at play in transportation planning. The contentiousness of transportation decision making derives from these often being partisan issues While…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Mobility Planning Strategies and Concepts

April 21, 2011 Florida’s growth management requirements have changed considerably over the years and new changes are in the works. One thing, however, hasn’t changed – the need to link land use and transportation plans to accomplish a safe, efficient and sustainable transportation system that improves the quality of life in our communities. This session…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Trends in Travel Behavior

March 10, 2011 The Trends in Travel Behavior webcast provides a better understanding of the socio-demographic changes, changes in travel habits and patterns, changes in supply and demand, and other factors that will affect transportation system performance and planning. Attendees will receive an overview of transportation trends and the implications of these trends on the…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Alternative Fuels and Public Transportation Evaluating the Economic Impacts of Transportation Capital Investments

February 24, 2011 This webcast explores the importance of alternative fuels in the overall transportation picture, what factors should be considered, and how to compare the potential costs of alternative fuel initiatives. Download a PDF copy of the presentation. Presented by: Sisinnio Concas, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate and Steve Reich, Transportation Program Evaluation & Economic Analysis…

Transportation Concurrency: Best Practices Guide

This guide presents practical guidance for local transportation concurrency management systems based on a sampling of current and best practices. As such, it is an important first step toward greater understanding of how to implement transportation concurrency. However, further research is needed to advance the state of the practice, including more detailed study of the…

Alternative Funding Strategies for Improving Transportation Facilities A Review of Public Private Partnerships and Regulatory Methods

Transportation agencies seem to be paying more and more for less and less. Project costs are outpacing budget estimates in many areas, while growth in demand continues to strain available capacity. Right of way costs in particular are consuming a growing amount of project funding, as are construction costs spurred by spikes in global demand…