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Monthly archive for May 2011

Enabling Cost-Effective Multimodal Trip Planners through Open Transit Data

Enabling Cost-Effective Multimodal Trip Planners through Open Transit Data

(Center Identification Number: 77926)  This study examined whether multimodal trip planners can be developed using open-source software and open data sources. OpenStreetMap (OSM), maintained by the non-profit OpenStreetMap Foundation, is an open, freely available international repository of geographic data that individuals contribute about their communities.

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Forecasting Paratransit Services Demand – Review and Recommendations

(Center Identification Number: 77938) This research will assess the current Florida and national methodologies and techniques being utilized, document best practices, and identify new analytical tools for forecasting the demand for transportation disadvantaged services. This research will result in the development of an updated “Methodology Guidelines for

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Enhancing the Connectivity of High Speed Rail in the Orlando-Tampa Corridor with Local Public Transportation Systems: Issues and Opportunities

Enhancing the Connectivity of High Speed Rail in the Orlando-Tampa Corridor with Local Public Transportation Systems: Issues and Opportunities

(Center Identification Number: 77928) High Speed Rail (HSR) could only be truly transformational if it had effective connections with as many other modes of transportation as possible. This project looks at local public transportation systems within the Orlando-Tampa corridor.

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  • Florida Department of Transportation
  • US Department of Transportation

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