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Rural Intercity Bus Demand: Phase II

A previous study conducted by the Small Urban and Rural Transit Center developed an intercity mode choice model with survey data from the state of North Dakota. This model estimates the impacts of mode characteristics, including travel time, cost, service frequency, and access and egress times; trip

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Low-cost Ride Quality Characterizations for Transit Systems – Scope

(Center Identification Number: 79060-02-A) Principal Investigator Raj Bridgelall Program Director, Center for Surface Mobility Applications & Real-Time Simulation environments (SMARTSe) Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute North Dakota State University raj.bridgelall@ndsu.edu Project Scope Practitioners use the term ride quality to indicate the degree to which a vehicle protects

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On-going Evaluation of Alternatively Fueled Buses

(Center Identification Number: 77980-00) Principal Investigator: Stephen Reich National Center for Transit Research (NCTR) at the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) University of South Florida 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, CUT 100 Tampa, Florida  33620-5375 reich@cutr.usf.edu (813) 974-6435 DSR Contact: Laura Beagles, Division of Sponsored Research Office

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