• A Pavement Design and Management System for Forest Service Road : A Conceptual Study 

      McGarragh, Thomas G.; Hudson, W. Ronald (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1974-07)
      The design of pavements for low-cost, low-volume roads is a complex procedure involving numerous variables. Because of the development of new information in the pavement field during the past decade, the complexity of the ...
    • Measurement of roadway roughness and automobile ride acceleration spectra 

      Healey, Anthony J.; Stearman, Ronald O. (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1974-07)
      The present study is designed to support an overall program for the evaluation and establishment of ride quality criteria in transportation systems. This report, which is restricted to the automobile, outlines the procedures ...
    • Carpool and Bus Matching Program for the University of Texas at Austin 

      Rosenbloom, Sandra; Shelton, Nancy J. (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1974-09)
      I.Foreword -- II. Introduction -- III. Survey Procedures and Preliminary Results -- IV. Impact Analysis -- V. Proposed new routes for service in the University Community -- Bibliography -- Appendices.
    • Transportation Impact Studies: A Review with Emphasis on Rural Areas 

      Skorpa, Lidvard; Dodge, Richard; Walton, C. Michael; Huddleston, John (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1974-10)
      Since highway improvement constitutes the most prevalent activity in transportation systems change during recent years, this report focuses on a review of the results of Highway impact studies, principally those conducted ...
    • Homopolar Motor-Generator for Inexpensive Inertial Energy Storage 

      Woodson, H.H.; Rylander, H.G; Weldon, W.F; Driga, M.D; Becker, E.B; Tolk, K.M; Swanson, R.C; Ramage, C.M; Weldon, J.M; Hart, M. (1974-10)
      During the last six months, the Energy Storage Group has completed the assembly of the five megajoule homopolar motorgenerator and begun an extensive testing and evaluation program on the unit. The study of the fundamental ...
    • The Design, Fabrication, and Testing of a Five Megajoule Homopolar Motor-Generator 

      Weldon, W.F.; Driga, M.D; Woodson, H.H; Rylander, H.G. (1974-11)
      The current and future generations of controlled thermonuclear fusion experiments require large amounts of pulsed energy for heating and confinement of plasma. Kinetic energy storage with direct conversion to electrical ...
    • The Transportation Problems of the Mentally Retarded 

      Davies, Shane; Carley, John W. (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1974-12)
      Present Mental Health-Mental Retardation Programs de-emphasize institutional containment and attempt to place moderately and mildly retarded individuals in the normal environment on a self-supportive basis. To accomplish ...
    • Dynamic Modelling for Automobile Acceleration Response and Ride Quality Over Rough Roadways 

      Healey, Anthony J.; Smith, Craig C.; Stearman, Ronald O.; Nathman, Edward (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1974-12)
      Current interest in dynamics and vibration of ground transportation vehicles arises from the fact that excessive levels can lead to unsafe operation and give an uncomfortable ride to passengers. Current work by the U.S. ...
    • Transportation-Related Constructs of Activity Spaces of Small Town Residents 

      Burnett, Pat; Betak, John; Chang, David; Enders, Wayne T.; Montemayor, Jose (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1974-12)
      This paper first discusses the nature of the space which people in small urban areas use for recurrent activities. It is postulated that most work on the individual's activity space is founded on a classical geometric ...
    • The Marketing of Public Transportation: Method and Application 

      Alpert, Mark; Davies, Shane (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-01)
      This report presents a methodology for determining community desires and attitudes concerning transportation mode selection and design, with an emphasis on improving and marketing public transportation modes. Empirical ...
    • Legal obstacles to the use of Texas school buses for public transportation 

      Means, Robert; Briggs, Ronald; Nelson, John E.; Thiemann, Alan J. (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-01)
      Texas Education Code -- Certification -- Safety Regulations -- Appendix A. Memorandum John E. Nelson and Alan J. Thiemann Re: Use of School Buses for Public Transportation II: Requirements for Certification and Applicable ...
    • The Problems of Implementing a 911 Emergency Telephone Number System in a Rural Region 

      Matthews, Ronald T. (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-02)
      A "911 system" is a system which uses the telephone number "911" to summon emergency services. The concept of one universal emergency number to call a centralized reporting center where the appropriate emergency service ...
    • A Topological Approach to Acyclic Machines 

      Driga, M.D.; Nasar, S.A; Rylander, H.G; Weldon, W.F; Woodson, H.H. (1975-02)
    • Forecast of Truckload Freight of Class I Motor Carriers of Property in the Southwestern Region to 1990 

      Gorse, Mary Lee (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-03)
      Truckload revenue freight of Class I common and contract motor carriers of property operating in intercity service in the Southwestern Region has been forecast to 1990 using multiple regression analysis. Data were gathered ...
    • Pupil transportation: a cost analysis and predictive model 

      Briggs, Ronald; Venhuizen, David (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-04)
      "School bus transportation is the only type of mass transit operating in all parts of the United States today. In many rural areas it is the only form of transportation available apart from the private automobile. In many ...
    • An Integrated Methodology for Estimating Demand for Essential Services with an Application to Hospital Care 

      Briggs, Ronald; Enders, Wayne T.; Fitzsimmons, James; Jensen, Paul (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-04)
      A methodology to estimate the demand for essential services by enumeration district is developed. The framework of the methodology considers total demand for essential services and associated transportation to be the sum ...
    • Fast Discharge Acyclic Machines 

      Driga, M.D.; Nasar, S.A; Rylander, H.G; Weldon, W.F; Woodson, H.H. (1975-04)
      The paper discusses the feasibility of designing and developing fast discharge down to a few milliseconds range acyclic machines as pulse-power for experiments in controlled thermonuclear fusion, such as Reference Theta ...
    • Passenger Response to Random Vibration in Transportation Vehicles: Literature Review 

      Healey, Anthony J. (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-06)
      The design concepts used to implement a computer simulation of a land use decision model are described. Sources delineated by a literature search are examined for the statements made ("source postulates") concerning the ...
    • Pupil Transportation in Texas 

      Briggs, Ronald; Hamby, Kelly; Venhuizen, David (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-07)
      System characteristics and operating costs of 331 school district transportation systems in the state of Texas are described and analyzed. This data is used to derive a model to predict the maintenance and operation: costs ...
    • A systems analysis procedure for estimating the capacity of an airport: a selected bibliography 

      Park, Chang-Ho; Chambers, Edward V. III; Dunlay, William S. Jr (Council for Advanced Transportation Studies, 1975-08)
      "This bibliography was prepared as part of a research project... sponsored by the U. S. Department of Transportation, Office of University Research under Contract DOT-OS-50232. The objective of this research project is to ...