Via AASHTO Journal
WASHINGTON – America is a nation on the move – rarely more so than during its daily commute to work, which comprises approximately 28 percent of all daily trips on U.S. roadways and transit systems, according to a new research paper. Understanding how individual commuters get to work is critically important for transportation decision makers tasked with operating and maintaining the nation’s transportation infrastructure.
Membership to ITS America's 2015 Congressional Roundtable event series is now open. Congressional Roundtables are monthly breakfast or lunch events that provide ITS America members with a unique opportunity to have off-the-record discussions with members of Congress and key policymakers about federal legislation and strategy pertaining to opportunities to advance ITS solutions in the surface transportation reauthorization legislation.
The Seattle UPA projects focus on reducing congestion by employing strategies consisting of combinations of Tolling, Transit, Telecommuting/TDM, and Technology, also known as the 4 T's.
TRB’s Transportation Research Record (TRR): Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2458 consists of 14 papers that evaluate the safety of illuminance transition at highway tunnel portals on the basis of visual load; human perceptions of vehicle turning intention; and visual behavior of unfamiliar drivers on horizontal curves.