Archive for the Publications Category

Assessing the Hierarchy of Needs in Levels of Service

(Center Identification Number: 527-08)  The primary focus of this research project was in providing empirical evidence of a Hierarchy of Transportation Needs. The experimental procedure, methodology, and materials for this project were designed using both transportation stated preferences studies as well as the work of Alderfer and

Read more

Public Transit in America: Evidence from the 2001 National Household Travel Survey

(Center Identification Number: 527-09)  Understanding transit ridership has become a critical research interest and policy goal. This document updates the popular report titled: “Public Transit in America – Evidence from the 1995 National Personal Transportation Survey” with data from the 2001 National Household Travel Survey. This new

Read more

Traveling Smart: Increasing Transit Ridership by Automatic Collection (TRAC-IT) of Individual Travel Behavior Data and Personalized Feedback

(Center Identification Number: 576-16)  This final report is the first in a series to describe a new joint collaboration research effort between the Transportation Demand Management Program at CUTR, and the Computer Science Engineering Department, at the College of Engineering at USF. The research focuses on using

Read more

Teenage Attitudes and Perceptions Regarding Transit Use

(Center Identification Number: 576-14)  This study aimed to provide an understanding of teenagers’ attitudes and perceptions towards public transit, within the context of the wider issue of teenage mobility. The study found that there are a number of significant restrictions on teenage mobility in the United States,

Read more

Case Studies in Environmental Justice and Public Transit Title VI Reporting

(Center Identification Number: 576-12)  The topic of environmental justice was identified as one of 11 priority areas for research by the Research and Technology Committee of the American Public Transportation Association (APTA). The objectives of the study were to identify state and national examples of environmental justice

Read more