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Rebounding from Disruptive Events: Optimization of Post-Disaster Reconstruction Activities for Critical and Interdependent Infrastructure Networks

The aim of this project is to collect data on the recovery processes due to natural disasters to develop time

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Incorporating Mixed Automated Vehicle Traffic in Capacity Analysis and System Planning Decisions

It is predicted that half of the vehicles sold and 40% of vehicle travel could be autonomous in the 2040s. However, how the presence of connected and autonomous vehicles

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Measuring Transportation Network Performance during Emergency Evacuations: A Case Study of Hurricane Irma Camp Fire

The United States has witnessed several natural disasters in recent memory. Natural disasters such as hurricanes, wildfires, and floods not

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Autonomous Vehicles and their potential to shift transit ridership in urban areas

Autonomous vehicles present a unique opportunity to increase safety, roadway capacity, and even extend services to people with disabilities. At

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Multi-Criteria decision-making approach for Building Resilient and Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure

This project will develop and validate a multi-criteria decision-making approach for enhancing the longevity of transportation infrastructure built on problematic

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Supporting Research Dissemination Through the Journal of Public Transportation

The Journal of Public Transportation (JPT) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal published by the University of South Florida

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Strategic Investment Decisions on Highway Improvement Projects

Setting priority in highway improvement projects where safety consideration plays a differentiating role in the decision making process. As such,

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Smart Funding Strategies for Maintaining Interdependent Transportation Infrastructure Assets

A road network, consisting of different, but interdependent, transportation infrastructure assets, such as pavements, bridges, signs, etc., supports the mobility,

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An Empirical Bayes Approach to Quantifying the Impact of Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) on VMT

Assessing the impacts of new and disruptive technologies on automobile usage and the modal split is emerging as a key

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Creative Utilization of Urban Roadway Facilities with Predictive Safety Assessment Tool – Phase 1

The impact of predictive safety assessment based on quantitative methodology of the Highway Safety Manual (HSM) is significant particularly in

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