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Implications of BART"s impacts for the transportation disadvantaged

Robert Donnelly

Implications of BART"s impacts for the transportation disadvantaged

by Robert Donnelly

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Published by Dept. of Transportation, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (Calif.),
  • Transportation -- Social aspects -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMetropolitan Transportation Commission of the San Francisco Bay Area.
    StatementRobert Donnelly, Jesus Arguelles.
    SeriesDOT P ; 30-79-12, Report - Dept. of Transportation ; no. DOT-BIP-FR-12-10-78, DOT P -- 30-79-12.
    ContributionsArguelles, Jesus., United States. Dept. of Transportation., United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination151 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17651406M

    TRB’s Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report Strategies to Increase Coordination of Transportation Services for the Transportation Disadvantaged examines strategies for initiating or improving coordination of local and regional publicly funded transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged. This plant has an annual production capacity of 25, vehicles which may be increased to 50, vehicles in the future. At the time of this study in August , Ford was in the late stages of supplier selection and development, and had devised a plan for minimizing the adverse impacts of poor transportation systems on its supply by:

    This study examines the impacts of the Student Pass program in Minneapolis, MN that enables high school students to take unlimited rides on regular-route buses and light rail from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily during the school year (i.e., excluding summer break).Author: Yingling Fan, Kirti Das.   Some impacts are especially hard on operators of particular types of vehicles, especially motorcycle, bus and truck drivers, where there is often sustained long-term exposure to vehicle vibrations.

    Impact of Changing Demographics on the Transportation System 2 Transportation Adapts to Changing Population The Transportation Research Board is one of six major divisions of the National Research Council, which serves as an independent adviser to the federal government and others on scientific and technical questions of national Size: KB. Those who are unable to transport themselves or purchase needed transportation because of physical or mental disability, income status, or age are considered transportation disadvantaged. These members of the community depend on paratransit service for trips to work, school, health care, and social activities.


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Implications of BART's impacts for the transportation disadvantaged. Washington: Dept. of Transportation ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.

TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis Economic and Development Implications of Transportation Disinvestment examines methods available to estimate disinvestment effects on transportation system integrity within and across modes in urban areas, regionally, and in non-metro areas, and the use of those methods by.

Implications to Public Transportation of Emerging Technologies 3. the respective technologies in real-world applications, government and business strategies regarding regulation, governance, competition, etc., and consumer/customer responses.

The nature and magnitude of the envisioned changes are such that there are no readily-availableFile Size: KB. The transportation disadvantaged are defined in ChapterFlorida Statutes, as: "Those persons who because of physical or mental disability, income, status, or age, are unable to transport themselves or purchase transportation, and are, therefore, dependent upon others to obtain access to health care, employment, education, shopping, social activities, or other life.

Transportation Disadvantaged, in Florida law, also includes “ with low income who are dependent upon others to access employment, health care, education and other vital services.” (As if auto drivers didn’t depend on others.

The purpose of this book is to bring together the body of knowledge relative to the transportation problems of the disadvantaged.

The consequences of a lack of transportation are examined relative to their effects on the groups affected. Transportation improvements are evaluated in terms of measurable impacts on specific goals and planning.

transportation services for the transportation disadvantaged, we examined our prior work on the topic, conducted a search of the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, reviewed program information provided by federal officials, and reviewed relevant federal laws governing the use of federal funds for transportation services.

Transportation needs of disadvantaged populations (persons with disabilities, older adults, and the poor) are explored, and a methodology to address transit markets is examined to determine where, when, and how to provide for basic mobility needs assuming pedestrian and transit-accessible community development.

TRB’s National Cooperative Freight Research Program (NCFRP) Report 6: Impacts of Public Policy on the Freight Transportation System describes the numerous ways that government policy decisions can affect the freight system and, in turn, how understanding the differing concerns and priorities of governments is crucial to better consideration of the potential impacts of public policy.

It fosters a better understanding of the transportation-related aspects of development planning by those who participate in the process.

It is the intent of this report to provide the user with a broad overview of key considerations for complex topics in identifying and mitigating such transportation impacts as the effect of site layout and Author: ITE. View full report: Improving Service for the Transportation Disadvantaged (PDF – KB) Stay Informed — For Free.

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west of Boston and the impacts due to new transportation infrastructure and services in the city from Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel projects, known collectively as the “Big Dig,” and ensuing changes of traffic volumes, traffic patterns and travel efficiencies. In [email protected] hosted our first data hack-a-thon event, where talents with different skill sets gather and develop projects using transportation-related data.

The theme for this year’s hack-a-thon was transportation in Boston/Cambridge areas. Many interesting data sets were available exclusively for this event. Social and Economic Factors in Transportation 3 information system s (GIS s), but have not incorporated them effectively into our methods.

These technologies would enable researchers to perform rapid preliminary assessments of the potential impacts of a given project. Whether the information needed is the number of. Transportation-Disadvantaged Populations: Some Coordination Efforts Among Programs Providing Transportation Services, But Obstacles Persist: Gao [U.

Government Accountability Office (] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent agency that works for Congress. 3 Social Impacts According to FHWA (), social impacts are: destruction or disruption of human-made resources, social values, community cohesion, availability of public facilities or services, displacement of people, businesses and farms; and disruption of desirable community and regional Size: KB.

The Pinellas County Transportation Disadvantaged (TD) Program is a state-funded program that provides reduced cost transportation throughout the county to individuals who qualify as “Transportation Disadvantaged.” The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) is the Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) for Pinellas County.

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(10) “Transportation disadvantaged funds” means any local government, state, or available federal funds that are for the transportation of the transportation disadvantaged. Such funds may include, but are not limited to, funds for planning, Medicaid transportation, administration, operation, procurement, and maintenance of vehicles or equipment and capital .AnAlyzing the eConomiC impACtS of trAnSportAtion proJeCtS ii ConneCtiCut ACAdemy of SCienCe And engineering this study was initiated at the request of the Connecticut department of transportation on September 1, the project was conducted by an Academy Study Committee with the.many, are questions of transportation and mobility.

Urban transportation policies, I will argue, ultimately, set the conditions un - der which the transportation disadvantaged can assert their right to the city.2 This paper is largely a theoretical one. It is an attempt to intervene into recent debates within scholarship in geography on the.