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The overall objective of this study was to capture the critical transportation and infrastructure issues which influence economic development in North Dakota. The issues were identified through three conferences held within one year. Results were conveyed to the Hubert Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs...

 

The information needed to plan and operate transit services for people with disabilities is little known to transit agencies and also difficult to obtain. This report is based on a study that was undertaken to determine the travel patterns and transportation needs of people with disabilities, and also...

 

The involvement of the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) in transportation research on Indian reservations began in 1989 when CURA received a small grant from the University of Minnesota's Center for Transportation Studies. CURA was asked to submit a proposal to conduct a pilot survey on one...

 

A majority of North Dakota's communities are rural, and depend on an extensive transportation network for personal mobility and marketing their resource-based production. The purpose of this paper is to provide a plan for research and service that serves the transportation needs of North Dakota's rural...

 

The purpose of this study was to evaluate motorist information needs during adverse winter travel conditions, and the application of this information to changeable message signs. Local commuters and interstate truck traffic along Interstate 80 in southeast Wyoming were the principle source of information....

 

The general objectives of this study were to: 1) evaluate the status of intergovernmental communications, cooperation, and coordination among the state, counties, cities, and townships relative to road program management; 2) examine the physical condition of North Dakota's road network to assess repair...

 

The extent of the county and rural road system indicates the breadth of the potential management problems that may arise over the entire local system. In a state like North Dakota where geographic and economic disparities among regions are often pronounced, issues or problems facing local transportation...

 
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