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Presentations

  • The general objective of this research was to develop an intercity mode choice model that could be incorporated into a statewide travel demand model to estimate demand for rural intercity bus services. This presentation describes the study method, which included a stated preference survey and a mixed...
  • SURTC researcher Jeremy Mattson presented results from a study that developed a model for estimating ridership for rural demand-response transit services for the general public. The presentation discussed previous demand models in the literature, factors affecting ridership, the study methods, data availability...
  • This study demonstrates a method for identifying statewide transit needs and gaps, prioritizing investment needs for statewide transit planning, collecting better data for demand-response transit level of service, estimating costs of needed improvements, and projecting future service needs based on projected...
  • In this presentation, SURTC researcher Jeremy Mattson described a project that developed and tested a method for evaluating efforts within a community to build transportation coordination infrastructure and improve community livability. For this study, two surveys were developed and conducted at multiple...
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