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Alaska 2011 Technical Paper Compendium

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2A

Planning for the Environment I

Coordinate, Synchronize and Have a Blast: A Multi-Jurisdictional Approach to Improving Traffic Flow, Edgar Perez, San Bernardino Associated Governments

Examining CO2 and NOx emissions reductions from shared-use services, Erica Wygonik, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Washington

Impacts of Employer Based Travel Demand Management Strategies on Green House Gas Emissions: A Case Study for San Joaquin County, California, Vasin Kiattikomol, Dowling Associates, Inc.

Travel through the Wilderness – Gates of the Arctic Transportation Data and Visitor Projection Analysis, Wei (Freddy) He, URS Corporation

 

2B

Transit Planning, Design, and Operations I

Bus Stop Air Quality: An Empirical Analysis of Transit Users’ Exposure to Particulates and Other Air Toxins, Adam Moore, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Portland State University

Design of Effective Transit System, Rudolf Kolaja, Traffic Operations Engineering, LLC

Laramie Transportation Authority: Bringing a Community Together, Charles Huffine, Short Elliott Hendrickson

Methodology that helps transit and local agencies to achieve a consensus on the transit signal priority implementation in terms of bus and general traffic operations, Sittipan (Band) Sittikariya, DKS Associates

 

2C

Capacity

How to Improve the Efficiency of Signalized Intersections with High Left-turn Demand, Ryan O’Connell, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

The 2010 Highway Capacity Manual, Erik Ruehr, VRPA Technologies

2D

New Applications for Crash Studies

A Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis of Safety Improvements in Utah, Grant G. Schultz, Brigham Young University

Calibrating the Highway Safety Manual Predictive Methods for Oregon , Kristie Gladhill, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Portland State University

Calibration of the Highway Safety Manual Model for Application in Cold Regions, Trevor Strait, Hattenburg Dilley & Linnell, LLC

Predicting Crashes the HSM Way: (Almost) Everything You Need to Know, Casey Bergh, Kittelson & Associates, Inc.

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