Archive for the FY 2001 Final Reports Category

FSUTMS Mode Choice Modeling: Factors Affecting Transit Use and Access

(Center Identification Number: 416-03)  This study utilized the transit onboard survey data from the 2000 Southeast Florida Travel Characteristic Study to investigate the needs to incorporate additional variables other than travel time and costs into the modal split model of the Florida Standard Urban Transportation Model Structure

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The Florida Department of Transportation Statewide Transit Training Program

(Center Identification Number: 416-09)  The following preport is intended to highlight the significant activities of the Florida Transit Training Program and Florida Technical Assistance Program for the 2001 year. Download the final report. For more information, contact Amber Reep at reep@cutr.usf.edu or Lisa Staes at staes@cutr.usf.edu.

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Synthesis of Securement Device Options and Strategies

(Center Identification Number: 416-07)  The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) requires that public transit vehicles be equipped with securement location(s) and device(s) that are able to secure “common wheelchairs,” as defined in the ADA regulations. The definition and size specifications related to a “common wheelchair”

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Land Developer Participation in Providing for Bus Transit Facilities/Operations

(Center Identification Number: 416-06)  This report provides an overview of the various non-regulatory and regulatory approaches for engaging private sector land developer participation in contributing toward the provision of public bus transit capital facilities and the cost of operations. The focusing elements of this report include involvement

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National Transit Bus Accident Data Collection and Analyses

(Center Identification Number: 416-13)  Through its National Center for Transit Research, and under contract with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), and in cooperation with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ Standing Committee on Public Transportation (SCOPT) and the Multi-State Technical Assistance Program (MTAP),

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