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Expanding Mobility Options for All: Optimizing and Extending the Biking Infrastructure to Generate Complete Street Networks in Atlanta

The Complete Streets policy aims to transform streets to accommodate multiple modes of travel, including the active modes, such as walking and biking. The objective is to make streets safe and convenient for all persons, including children, the elderly, and the disabled. The proposed project will develop complete multimodal networks to identify potential complete streets […]

Modeling Transportation Outcomes Using Accessibility Analysis

This project is an interdisciplinary study among two research centers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with research guidance and support from four state departments of transportation (DOTs). Additional agencies will be recruited for the study through further outreach efforts. This study will advance the use of accessibility metrics, which describe the ability of people to […]

Modern Project Prioritization for Transportation Investments

Historically, transportation agencies’ main priority has been to fund, build and expand highways to safely meet the growing demand for vehicle travel. Their project prioritization processes, therefore, have focused primarily on improving capacity along the most congested major routes. Many of these agencies, however, have experienced a shift in priorities toward the maintenance of existing […]