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Posts Tagged ‘mobility’

San Diego, CA: Downtown Mobility Plan

Friday, February 26th, 2016
Downtown San Diego

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
CIVIC SAN DIEGO
City centers across the nation are experiencing revival and renaissance. Urbanized communities are becoming increasingly desirable, with more people showing interest in living and working in locations with a variety of mobility, cultural, entertainment, employment, and housing options. A combination of transportation strategies is needed to accommodate these shifting attitudes and accompanying influx of residents, employees, and visitors to urbanized areas – even more so in downtown areas already experiencing high concentrations of residential and employment populations.

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Between Public and Private Mobility: Examining the Rise of Technology-Enabled Transportation Services

Monday, December 14th, 2015
TABLE 2-1 Selected Taxonomy of Innovative Mobility Services

TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH BOARD
Information and communication technologies, combined with smartphone applications and location data from global positioning systems, are making feasible transportation services that have long been imagined but never realized on a large scale. These innovations include carsharing; bikesharing; microtransit services; and, most notably, transportation network companies (TNCs) such as Uber and Lyft.

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Sustainable Mobility Around the World

Friday, November 27th, 2015

How can we create true sustainable mobility on a daily basis? With our technologies & solutions, we strive to help customers effectively limit their environmental impact.

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North Dakota: Identifying and Satisfying Mobility Needs

Monday, May 4th, 2015
Figure ES1. Projected Population Growth from 2013 to 2025

UPPER GREAT PLAINS TRANSPORTATION INSTITUTE
The intent of this study is to provide North Dakota policy makers with a guide to future development of personal mobility options and to identify gaps that either exist now in mobility services or are likely to exist in the near future as the result of service modifications or changing demographics and population growth. The scope of the study includes local and regional passenger transportation.

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Florida: The Impacts of Transportation for Dialysis Treatment

Friday, May 30th, 2014
Figure 2-1 Florida CTCs Responding to Survey

NATIONAL CENTER FOR TRANSIT RESEARCH
In 2012, Community Transportation Coordinators (CTCs) in Central and Southeast Florida suggested that the increased demand for travel to dialysis treatment had begun to negatively impact their ability to meet the transportation needs of other mobility-challenged residents of their communities. In response to this observation, the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) undertook a multi-phased research project.

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Maryland Transportation by the Numbers

Monday, March 11th, 2013

TRIP Executive Summary Maryland’s extensive system of roads, highways and bridges provides the state’s residents, visitors and businesses with a high level of mobility. This transportation system forms the backbone that supports the state’s economy. Maryland’s surface transportation system enables the state’s residents and visitors to travel to work and school, visit family and friends, […]

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Keeping Seniors Safe and Mobile

Friday, April 13th, 2012

Introduction

Project Rationale and Background

By the year 2030, 19 percent of the U.S. population, and 22 percent of its licensed drivers, will be age 65 or older (Vincent and Velcoff, 2010; Lyman, Ferguson, Braver and Williams, 2002). Contrary to initial expectations, this increase in the proportion of older drivers seems unlikely to lead to large increases in the numbers of traffic crashes and associated injuries and fatalities.

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