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Electric vehicles and public charging infrastructure : impediments and opportunities for success in the United States
Today’s debate regarding the United States (U.S.) transportation sector has never been more important. As similar discussions embroil electricity generation, one can see the powerful forces of the status-quo pitted against ...
Defining sustainability in transportation : an effort to strengthen MAP-21
The Transportation Research Board of the National Academies identifies nine current and critical issues facing the United States transportation sector: congestion, environmental preservation, deteriorating infrastructure, ...
Municipal economic growth through green projects and policies
Cities generally need economic growth. Green policies and projects are environmentally beneficial, desirable, expected by the public, and pragmatic in the long term. However, there is insufficient research on what, if any, ...
Evaluating the partnership for sustainable communities as a federal shift towards integrated transportation and land use planning
This report explores how, why, and to what ends the Partnership for Sustainable Development is attempting to integrate land use and transportation planning in the United States. Analysis of the Partnership’s organization ...
Climate action strategies for the University of Texas at Austin
This report analyzes the current greenhouse gas emissions inventory for The University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin), reviews the carbon reduction strategies being implemented at UT-Austin and other peer institutions, and ...
Regression model ridership forecasts for Houston light rail
The 4-step process has been the standard procedure for transit forecasting for over 50 years. In recent decades, researchers have developed ridership forecasting regression models as alternatives to the costly and time ...