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  • Posted: Jan 29
    Eric Milliken and Rhonda Young
    The goal of this research was to help develop a new methodology for incorporating travel times calculated from intelligent transportation system (ITS) technology into Wyoming's road and weather condition reporting system.
  • Posted: Jan 28
    Taylor Kasperick and Khaled Ksaibati
    This study developed a set of traffic distributions and calibration coefficients for use within the MEPDG on designs of local paved roads that experience heavy truck traffic associated with the energy industry.
  • Posted: Jan 27
    We are now accepting applications for the Paul E.R. Abrahamson Transportation Scholarship, Charles E. Herman Scholarship, and the Transportation Engineering Scholarship. Applications are due April 30, 2016.
  • Posted: Jan 27
    Do you know someone who's contribution to the transportation industry has put North Dakota and the region on the fast track? Do you know someone who has been a leader, a builder, a facilitator, a planner, or a visionary working on behalf of transportation? Please introduce them to us. That individual may deserve one of the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute's annual awards.
  • Posted: Jan 20
    Ever since the introduction of the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) in 1971, there has been a tremendous amount of effort put into bridge rehabilitation programs and safety inspections. The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) inspects these bridges in accordance with the NBIS on regular intervals, but there is currently no formal inspection procedure in place to assess the condition of short span structures, especially culverts.
  • Posted: Jan 14
    Bill Thoms
    This paper highlights that fact that today there is no convenient or inexpensive way to travel by public transportation from the U.S. Midwest to the Canadian Midwest. The paper also proposes that there is a growing need for new public transportation options between the middle sections of the two countries.
  • Posted: Jan 13
    Tyler Sobieck, Rebecca Atadero, and Hussam Mahmoud
    This paper presents the results of an experimental study on the fatigue performance of RC beams strengthened with different externally bonded CFRP systems. The objective of this study was to determine the effect the CFRP repair had on the growth rate of a fatigue crack initiating from a notch in the tensile rebars.
  • Posted: Jan 5
    In this issue you can find information on graduate school news and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars you may be interested in.
  • Posted: Dec 31, 2015
    Emergencies in the workplace cannot be eliminated, but if you have an emergency action plan in place and have trained workers to respond quickly and appropriately you can optimize efficiency, relieve anxiety, and in some cases, save lives.
  • Posted: Dec 29, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Dec. 29, 2015.
  • Posted: Dec 23, 2015
    NDLTAP truck weight expert Leanna Emmer described the new on-line Truck Weight Calculator Dec. 8 at the Associated General Contractors of North Dakota Annual Convention in Fargo.
  • Posted: Dec 18, 2015
    North Dakota State University will offer two new graduate courses in Transportation this spring. They are “Advanced Public Transportation” and “Academic Conduct, Leadership and Ethics in Transportation.”
  • Posted: Dec 14, 2015
    Kimberly Vachal and Laurel Benson
    The objective of this report is to provide a benchmark for elevator managers in assessing performance, and supply a source for recognizing trends in the characteristics of North Dakota elevators.
  • Posted: Dec 14, 2015
    Kimberly Vachal and Laurel Benson
    This report represents a continuation of analysis concerned with the patterns and methods of distributing grains and oilseeds from North Dakota.
  • Posted: Dec 11, 2015
    A webinar Wednesday, Dec. 9, invited county leaders from across North Dakota to learn more about UGPTI's new asset inventory tool, branded GRIT (Geographic Roadway Inventory Tool). UGPTI staff used the webinar to tell county engineers, road supervisors, consulting engineers and others what the tool is, how to use it and how the data can be processed.
  • Posted: Dec 10, 2015
    Debbie S. Shinstine and Khaled Ksaibati
    Improving roadway safety on Indian reservations requires a comprehensive approach. Limited resources, lack of crash data, and few cross-jurisdictions coordination has made it difficult for Native American communities to address...
  • Posted: Dec 4, 2015
    Many workers routinely use hand tools and don’t think of them as dangerous, but accidents continue to occur. The greatest hazards posed by a hand tool are from their misuse or improper maintenance. It’s up to you to select the right tool for the job and to use and care for it properly.
  • Posted: Dec 2, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Dec. 2, 2015.
  • Posted: Nov 25, 2015
    The Regional Agriculture Transportation Handbook has been updated. The handbook covers the state and federal statutes, rules and exemptions for the agricultural industry. This document was developed under sponsorship of the Federal Highway Administration, in cooperation with Minnesota State Patrol, Montana Highway Patrol, North Dakota Highway Patrol, and South Dakota Highway Patrol. Thanks are also extended to Minnesota Farm Bureau Foundation for their contributions.
  • Posted: Nov 24, 2015
    In this issue you can find information on graduate school news and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars you may be interested in.
  • Posted: Nov 24, 2015
    Alejandro Henao, a transportation engineering PhD student in civil engineering at the University of Colorado-Denver, has been named 2015-2016 Student of the Year for the Mountain-Plains Consortium. The award recognizes his excellence in research, leadership, professionalism and overall academic performance.
  • Posted: Nov 13, 2015
    Andrew Kubas and Kimberly Vachal
    This study addresses two goals for improving regional traffic safety: first, to examine public perceptions of traffic safety issues and priorities; and, second, to address crash trends and intervention strategies. Survey results indicate residents believe driving conditions in the region are dangerous, but ratings have improved as oil activity has decreased.
  • Posted: Nov 10, 2015
    The presentations from the 30th Regional Local Roads Conference held October 21-22, 2015 in Rapid City, SD are now online.
  • Posted: Nov 5, 2015
    Kimberly Vachal
    A survey of farm operators in the Northern Plains Region of North Dakota, northern South Dakota, western Minnesota and eastern Montana was conducted to gather information about transportation of crops, the inventory and characteristics of the farmer-owned truck fleet and on-farm storage capacity.
  • Posted: Nov 4, 2015
    Molds are microscopic organisms found every wherein the environment, indoors and outdoors. When present in large quantities, molds have the potential to cause adverse health effects.
  • Posted: Nov 2, 2015
    Year-end and monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Oct. 29, 2015.
  • Posted: Oct 29, 2015
    Ranjit Godavarthy, Jeremy Mattson, Patrick Nichols, Del Peterson, and Jill Hough
    A new SURTC study has developed a method for assessing the level of demand-response transit being provided throughout a state or nationwide and prioritizing areas for needed service improvements.
  • Posted: Oct 22, 2015
    More than 200 guests attended the UGPTI annual Awards Banquet Oct. 1 at the Fargo Hilton Garden Inn to honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the transportation industry in the region. Photos from the event have been posted online.
  • Posted: Oct 15, 2015
    In this issue you can find information on graduate school news and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars you may be interested in.
  • Posted: Oct 9, 2015
    Kimberly Vachal and Laurel Benson
    With the understanding that seat belts are a relatively low-cost safety device and are an easy primary protection for occupants in passenger vehicles, North Dakota has chosen to continue to measure seat belt use on non-interstate rural roads.
  • Posted: Oct 8, 2015
    Alex Hesse, Rebecca Atadero, and Mehmet Ozbek
    This project sought to quantify the accuracy and reliability of various nondestructive testing (NDT) equipment. Based on past research, the most common NDT techniques for steel and concrete bridges were identified.
  • Posted: Oct 7, 2015
    NDSU is hosting a unique opportunity for you to participate in one of the nation’s premier leadership development experiences. A rebroadcast of Live2Lead will be hosted in the Memorial Union Ballroom from 8:30 a.m. to Noon Wednesday, Dec. 16. Live2Lead will give you new perspectives, practical tools and key takeaways that will make you excited to lead and live with renewed passion and commitment.
  • Posted: Oct 5, 2015
    Gas cylinders require special safety precautions. Know what the chemical is inside the cylinder in order to work with it safely. Be aware of the mechanical hazards associated with keeping the chemical under pressure in a metal cylinder.
  • Posted: Oct 2, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Oct. 1, 2015.
  • Posted: Sep 29, 2015
    Gene Griffin will be awarded the John M. Agrey Award. The Institute's highest award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to the state of North Dakota through involvement with transportation. The award will be presented at the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute's Annual Awards Banquet held Oct. 1 where we honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the transportation industry in the region.
  • Posted: Sep 28, 2015
    Gary Ness will receive the Chairman's Award. The award recognizes an individual for contributions to transportation research, education, and outreach at NDSU, and/or contributions to the viability of the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute.
  • Posted: Sep 28, 2015
    Robin Werre will receive the Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing those who have had distinguished careers in a transportation-related field. The award will be presented at the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute's Annual Awards Banquet held Oct. 1 where we honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the transportation industry in the region.
  • Posted: Sep 25, 2015
    UGPTI staff provided an overview of the 2015-2017 local road infrastructure needs study and then provided additional detail about the data collection survey, including a description of what is needed for each data field. They also provided an update on other data collection efforts being conducted for the study.
  • Posted: Sep 23, 2015
    The July 2015 North Dakota Dry Bean Stock Report is now online.
  • Posted: Sep 21, 2015
    Jacob Chisholm and Molly Collette will receive the $1,500 Paul E.R. Abrahamson Transportation Scholarship. The scholarship recognizes outstanding students at NDSU with an interest in the transportation and logistics of agricultural products. The scholarships will be presented at the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute's Annual Awards Banquet held Oct. 1 where we honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the transportation industry in the region.
  • Posted: Sep 21, 2015
    Lara Piesch and EunSu Lee
    Ambulance services continually strive for improvement of their emergency response operations to provide better service to the community. The study applies three phases of statistical process control to assess the process and determine the current performance.
  • Posted: Sep 18, 2015
    Dylan Dunn and Matthew Lee will receive the $1,500 Transportation Engineering Scholarship. The scholarship recognizes academic achievement and promotes the education of transportation students at NDSU. The scholarships will be presented at the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute's Annual Awards Banquet held Oct. 1 where we honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the transportation industry in the region.
  • Posted: Sep 16, 2015
    Melissa Kuznia will receive the $2,000 Charles E. Herman Scholarship. The scholarship recognizes academic achievement and promotes education of transportation students with a preference to women and minorities at NDSU. The scholarship will be presented at the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute's Annual Awards Banquet held Oct. 1 where we honor individuals who have made significant contributions to the transportation industry in the region.
  • Posted: Sep 14, 2015
    Assist with the administration, enhancement and delivery of training programs and program activities administered by the Transportation Learning Network.
  • Posted: Sep 11, 2015
    The foot is something that doesn’t get much attention unless there is a problem. Therefore, to avoid possible injury, it’s important to think about safeguarding the foot before undertaking any job.
  • Posted: Sep 8, 2015
    A convenient online calculator is now available to help the motor carrier industry, agricultural producers and others determine how to comply with legal gross and axle weight limits in North Dakota. The calculator will show the carrier what a vehicle or vehicle combination can legally weigh based on axle configuration, number of axles, number of tires per axle, the distance between axles and tire width.
  • Posted: Aug 31, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Aug. 31, 2015.
  • Posted: Aug 31, 2015
    MPC's 2015 Key Center Directory has been posted online. The directory provides contact information for the MPC-related administrative staff and faculty at the consortium's member institutions.
  • Posted: Aug 28, 2015
    Kate Ferguson, NDSU Ph.D. student in Transportation and Logistics has been named Director of Business Development for the Duluth Seaway Port Authority. She will be the first point of contact with the Port Authority for companies pursuing domestic and international trade opportunities. Additionally, Ferguson will work to develop...
  • Posted: Aug 27, 2015
    Del Peterson and Elvis Ndembe
    SURTC has published a report highlighting the changes affecting public transportation in North Dakota's oil producing region. Population growth in western North Dakota from those seeking employment in the oil industry has led to substantial increases in personal income and transit ridership. Local survey...
  • Posted: Aug 24, 2015
    This month the NDLTAP News Bulletin highlights a free webinar on managing stormwater.
  • Posted: Aug 20, 2015
    Kimberly Vachal, Laurel Benson, and Andrew Kubas
    The statewide driver traffic safety survey provides baseline metrics for the Safety Division and others to use in understanding perceptions and self-reported behaviors related to focus issues.
  • Posted: Aug 7, 2015
    In this issue you can find information on graduate school news and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars you may be interested in.
  • Posted: Aug 5, 2015
    When an accident happens, a first aid program that meets the requirements of the law and is tailored to the type and size of the workplace can literally make the difference between life and death, or between recovery and permanent disablement.
  • Posted: Aug 3, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Aug. 3, 2015.
  • Posted: Jul 31, 2015
    North Dakota roads are the lifeline to communities across the state. Every year, North Dakota government entities spend millions of dollars to reconstruct and repair roads and bridges. In an effort to protect the infrastructure, at least six counties have found a means that is affordable and effective with their limited resources.
  • Posted: Jul 16, 2015
    Bill Thoms
    This paper describes how four state capital cities are using bus rapid transit, in conjunction with other transit options, to improve mobility in congested city centers.
  • Posted: Jul 10, 2015
    The dictionary defines an easement as a right held by one person to make use of the land of another; a right of way (ROW) is a strip of land acquired for use by railroad for tracks, county for road, or a path or route that may be lawfully used. The terminology of ROW and easement...
  • Posted: Jul 6, 2015
    In this issue of the newsletter you can find information on graduate school news and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars you may be interested in.
  • Posted: Jul 2, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Jul. 2, 2015.
  • Posted: Jul 1, 2015
    Each year workers suffer shock when handling electrical tools and equipment. To protect workers against the hazards of electricity, teach them the basic facts about the causes of shock and death.
  • Posted: Jun 17, 2015
    Riaz A. Aziz
    This draft report forecasts the impact of oil and related economic growth on the airport infrastructure needs in oil and gas producing regions of North Dakota over the next 10 years. It provides a framework for planning for the future of the state's aviation-related needs.
  • Posted: Jun 16, 2015
    NDLTAP recently conducted Motor-Grader Operator training in Mercer, McLean, Sheridan and Wells Counties. The training consisted of 1 day of classroom training (Hazen) followed by 1 day of field training in each designated county. The training was offered to city and county operators and supervisors.
  • Posted: Jun 9, 2015
    Seungkyu Ryu, Jacqueline Su, and Anthony Chen
    This research presents network analysis tools for estimating bicycle demand and bicycle volumes on a transportation network. There are three main procedures used in the development of the network analysis tools: an initial bicycle origin-destination (O-D) demand generation procedure, a bicycle traffic assignment...
  • Posted: Jun 9, 2015
    Bill Thoms
    This paper outlines historical circumstances, changes to labor law and negotiations between unions and railroads that have led to reductions in train crews. The author suggests that, in the wake of a fatal Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia, Amtrak and commuter passenger authorities should...
  • Posted: Jun 8, 2015
    Bill Thoms
    For more than a decade, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has cited "railroad operations" as one of the best-paying careers for high school graduates. The author suggests economic circumstances that have kept railroads profitable and a legal environment that favors predictability and...
  • Posted: Jun 5, 2015
    With an abrasive, wire brush, or buffing wheel attachment, grinders sharpen tools and shape, clean, or polish metal pieces. Grinders can cause severe injuries to hands, fingers, and eyes and face if they are not used correctly.
  • Posted: Jun 4, 2015
    In this issue of the newsletter you can find information on graduate school news and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars you may be interested in.
  • Posted: Jun 3, 2015
    Invited speakers, an open house, free floats, and a bus visit to an area middle school were events hosted by the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute at NDSU to celebrate National Transportation Week, May 11-15.
  • Posted: Jun 2, 2015
    Denver Tolliver was invited by USDOT program administrators to present best practices in working with Native Americans on transportation research, workforce development and education programs. Tolliver served as part of a panel discussing minority serving institution involvement at the summer meeting of Council of University Transportation Centers.
  • Posted: May 28, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on May 28, 2015.
  • Posted: May 27, 2015
    The 2014 Crash Fact Reports are now online. The reports are a collection of data from crash scenes on public roadways throughout the state.
  • Posted: May 27, 2015
    UGPTI has an employment opportunity for an Associate Director of TLN. The position assists in the coordination, management, enhancement, and delivery of training programs and program activities administered by TLN (Transportation Learning Network) and...
  • Posted: May 26, 2015
    UGPTI has an employment opportunity for an Associate Research Fellow. The position requires working in a team of research faculty and graduate students to provide highway analysis and modeling capabilities for state and local agencies and other clients and will contribute transportation engineering expertise...
  • Posted: May 22, 2015
    The 2014 Annual Report has been posted for the Mountain-Plains Consortium (MPC).
  • Posted: May 20, 2015
    NDSU graduate research assistant Mohammad Molla presented a paper and a poster at the 2015 American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Geographic Information Systems for Transportation Symposium in Des Moines, Iowa, April 19-22.
  • Posted: May 20, 2015
    In this issue of the newsletter you can find information on graduate school news and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars you may be interested in.
  • Posted: May 18, 2015
    This course will cover basic concepts of permanent sign installations with appropriate supporting information from the 2009 MUTCD. The course is offered June 16 in Dickinson and June 23 in Jamestown.
  • Posted: May 5, 2015
    You can't see radon, but it's not hard to find out if you have a radon problem in your home. All you need to do is test for radon. Testing is easy and should only take a few minutes of your time.
  • Posted: Apr 30, 2015
    Jeremy Mattson and Jill Hough, Ph.D
    This study identifies the needs of transit agencies in North Dakota, gaps in transit service, and additional services and funding needed to meet current demand as well as projected future...
  • Posted: Apr 30, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Apr. 30, 2015.
  • Posted: Apr 23, 2015
    Leave your mark on the side of a bus or learn about railroading in North Dakota. From industry speakers to free ice cream, UGPTI is celebrating with a full week of events in recognition of National Transportation Week, May 11-15, 2015.
  • Posted: Apr 23, 2015
    NDSU transportation and logistics doctoral student Fesseha Gebremikael was an author of two papers recently presented at the 21st Annual International Conference of Industry, Engineering, and Management Systems (IEMS). The conference was held in Coca Beach, FL, March 22-25.
  • Posted: Apr 16, 2015
    by Bidisha Biswas, Ryan Gerdes, and Kevin Heaslip
    Automated vehicles promote road safety, fuel efficiency, and reduced travel time by decreasing traffic congestion and driver workload. In a vehicle platoon (grouping vehicles to increase road capacity by managing distance between vehicles using electrical and mechanical coupling) of such automated vehicles...
  • Posted: Apr 15, 2015
    Tam Chantem and Divya Desiraju
    In intelligent transportation systems, most of the research work has focused on lane change assistant systems. No existing work considers minimizing the disruption of traffic flow by maximizing the number of lane changes while eliminating the collisions. In this thesis, we...
  • Posted: Apr 15, 2015
    This issue of the newsletter will provide you with updates on graduate school news, important NDSU dates, and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars.
  • Posted: Apr 14, 2015
    Mijia Yang
    This report presents a research examining the feasibility of creating an integrated structural health monitoring and impact/collision detection system for bridges in remote cold regions, where in-person inspection becomes formidable. The research report includes a theoretical analysis...
  • Posted: Apr 13, 2015
    Kam Ng, Robert Ettema, Edward Kempema, Ram Chakradhar, and Joshua Fuller
    Scour of spill-through abutments occurs due to the combined influence of geotechnical and hydraulic processes. The present study is among the first to address the geotechnical process associated with the...
  • Posted: Apr 8, 2015
    NDSU and the Fargo-Moorhead area are celebrating Stand Up 4 Transportation Day. Mayors of communities in the metro area will sign a proclamation at NDSU at noon to recognize the importance of transportation to our region. Post a fun transportation-related selfie using the hashtag #SU4TFM for a chance to win prizes. Visit SU4TFM.com for more info.
  • Posted: Apr 2, 2015
    Ideally, safety programs focus on preventing accidents and incidents, but if one occurs, have an accident investigation procedure ready and train your employees how to use it.
  • Posted: Mar 31, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Mar. 31, 2015.
  • Posted: Mar 27, 2015
    Andrew Kubas, Poyraz Kayabas, and Kimberly Vachal
    The 24/7 Sobriety Program is an intervention strategy mandating that repeat impaired driving offenders remain sober as a condition of bond or pre-trial release. The goal is to monitor the...
  • Posted: Mar 26, 2015
    Christopher M. Savan, Kam Weng Ng, and Khaled Ksaibati
    Conventional test methods for roadway compaction cover less than 1% of roadway; whereas, intelligent compaction (IC) offers a method to measure 100% of a roadway. IC offers the ability to...
  • Posted: Mar 13, 2015
    NDSU staff members and graduate students presented their latest research at the 56th Annual Transportation Research Forum, March 12-14, in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Posted: Mar 10, 2015
    The Winter 2015 issue of the Mountain-Plains Consortium Newsletter is now available. Features include MPC Student of the Year, Pikarsky Award winner, faculty and student activities, and research project highlights.
  • Posted: Mar 5, 2015
    Recent UW graduate Debbie Shinstine was honored 2014 MPC Outstanding Student of the Year at the 17th Annual Council of University Transportation Centers Winter Banquet. The U.S. Department of Transportation honors an outstanding student each year for achievement and the potential future contributions to the transportation field. Students are selected based on their accomplishments, academic merit, research and leadership.
  • Posted: Mar 4, 2015
    Wesley E. Marshall, Alejandro Henao, and Rachael Bronson
    While high income represents one path to resilience, our results suggest higher resilience in locations with proximity to high levels of employment, with more compact and connected street networks that facilitate walking and bicycling, and/or with better transit infrastructure. Current transit usage...
  • Posted: Mar 3, 2015
    Serious injuries can happen when a vehicle or piece of equipment moves while it is being worked on. Chocking and blocking prevent movement and prevent injuries.
  • Posted: Mar 3, 2015
    Monthly reports for the North Dakota Grain Industry Data (Grain Trax) page were updated on Mar. 3, 2015.
  • Posted: Mar 3, 2015
    Andrea Huseth
    Older drivers are overrepresented in motor vehicle crash fatalities. As the U.S. population continues to age, this problem will grow. Health care providers (HCPs) are in a position to provide their older patients with education which may prevent further motor vehicle fatalities. Rural older adults are more likely to equate driving with mobility and quality of life due to...
  • Posted: Feb 26, 2015
    The December 2014 North Dakota Dry Bean Stock Report is now online.
  • Posted: Feb 24, 2015
    This issue of the newsletter will provide you with updates on graduate school news, important NDSU dates, and recent/upcoming happenings in the transportation field. This issue also includes a variety of upcoming transportation conferences, workshops, and webinars.
  • Posted: Feb 13, 2015
    Kevin Heaslip, Ryan Bosworth, Ryan Barnes, Ali Soltani Sobh, and Michael Thomas
    The growing uncertainty about oil prices and availability has made long-range transportation planning more challenging. Rather than relying on trend extrapolation, this study uses market mechanisms to evaluate key long-range transportation planning assumptions.
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