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Public Transportation Synthesis Series: TDM in Europe – a Synthesis of Research Findings

(Center Identification Number: 473-13 part 3)  This report contains information on TDM strategies in the EU, specifically, but not limited to, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Belgium. In addition, Europe’s attitude toward TDM, as a journey rather than a destination significantly differs from the attitude about

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Public Transportation Synthesis Series: Fare, Free, or Something in Between?

(Center Identification Number: 473-13 part 2) The following synthesis offers information as to the impact, cost, advantages, and disadvantages of implementing system wide fare-free policies in various transit systems. Information was gathered through the documented results of research done on case studies of fare-free experiments, and from

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Evaluation of Shared Use Park & Ride Impact on Properties

(Center Identification Number: 527-10)  The purpose of this study is to document the economic benefit of shared use park and ride facilities located at retail centers. Transit agencies usually perceive shared use park and ride as mutually beneficial to both the transit agency through savings in land

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Model Regulations and Plan Amendments for Multimodal Transportation Districts

(Center Identification Number: 527-07)  In 1999, the Florida legislature enabled local governments to establish Multimodal Transportation Districts [MMTD) in their comprehensive plan as a means of promoting a high quality multimodal environment within selected urban areas. The Florida Department of Transportation and its partners have engaged in

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Senior Transportation Alternatives: Why Are They Important and What Makes Them Work?

(Center Identification Number: 473-09)  As baby boomers move into retirement age, the United States is realizing a growing number of automobile drivers over the age of 65. In response to this phenomenon, many communities are implementing or are considering implementing various strategies to improve transportation alternatives for

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