tag: Governance

A Way Forward: Designing a Flexible Transportation Network that Advances Opportunities and Connectivity for Arlington and Grand Prairie, Texas

The cities of Arlington and Grand Prairie, Texas, are among the most rapidly-growing suburban communities in the country, with growing

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Transit in Flex: Examining Service Fragmentation of New App‐Based, On‐Demand Transit Services

The transportation industry may be on the verge of its largest technological revolution in a century, with new forms of

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Making Tolling Transparent: Analyzing Processes Used to Allocate & Distribute Toll Highway Revenue in Multiple States

Transportation finance has become increasingly unreliable in recent years, due to the declining revenue available from the motor fuel tax,

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Identifying, Weighting and Causality Modeling of Social and Economic Barriers to Rapid Infrastructure Recovery from Natural Disasters: A Study of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria

This study addresses the question of how the PDRBs affect the timeliness of the recovery process of affected communities. This

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Overcoming Local Barriers to Regional Transportation: Understanding Transit System Fragmentation from an Institutionalist Framework

While the federal government spends billions on transit projects each year, many regions have poor coordination of services, with some

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