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Weekly Briefs for the Week of March 31, 2014

Transportation Funding: Transportation Costs – This report compiles and reports on trends in various components of costs associated with transportation infrastructure and services. Review of MPO Regional Planning, Decision Making, and Coordinated Project Implementation – This report This research details how alliances of MPOs across Florida have taken advantage of the opportunity provided in Florida […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of March 17, 2014

Automated Vehicles: Policy Implications Scoping Study – This study seeks to understand how automated vehicles will change the transportation system, identify implications on state and local transportation providers, determine future research needs, and understand emerging policy issues. Traffic Safety Trends: State legislative Action 2013 – This report examines occupant protection, distracted driving, driver licensing, impaired […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of March 3, 2014

Tougher Choices: Shaping Florida’s Future – This report examines the past and predicts a future in Florida’s revenues, demographics, the Florida Retirement System, K-12 education, higher education and infrastructure (particularly transportation). National Survey of Child Passenger Safety Technicians on the LATCH System, United States, 2013 – This report presents the results of a national survey […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of February 24, 2014

Transportation Funding: Transportation Costs – This report examines trends in various components of costs associated with transportation infrastructure and services. It focuses on typical costs incurred by FDOT and some other public-sector transportation agencies in Florida. Extreme Weather Events: Limiting Federal Fiscal Exposure and Increasing the Nation’s Resilience – This testimony focuses on four areas […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of February 10, 2014

The Future of Transportation Infrastructure Investments: Determining Best Practices for States’ Funding and Financing Mechanisms – This report summarizes the survey results of a comprehensive survey of all the ways all 50 states are paying for infrastructure. It offers a toolset to legislators on how to determine the best funding and financing mechanisms for their […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of February 3, 2014

Comprehensive Study to Reduce Pedestrian Crashes in Florida – This project performs a comprehensive review of existing pedestrian safety studies, identifies statewide pedestrian crash patterns and causes, determines factors contributing to pedestrian injury severity, selects and analyzes pedestrian high crash locations at both signalized and non-signalized locations for crash causes, and proposes the potential countermeasures […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of January 27, 2014

2013 Traffic Safety Culture Index – This report provides the very latest survey data on the attitudes and behaviors of American motorists. Occupant Restraint Use in 2012 – This report presents results of seat belt uses from the 2012 National Occupanst Protection Use Survey Controlled Intersection Study. Perceptions of Bicycle-Friendly Policy Impacts on Accessibility to […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of January 20, 2014

Estimating the Crash Reduction and Vehicle Dynamics Effects of Flashing LED Stop Signs – This project conducts a statistical study to estimate the crash reduction effect following installation of flashing LED stop signs and a field study looking at changes in the behavior of drivers approaching a stop-controlled intersection, before and after installation of a […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of January 13, 2014

FDOT Reports Improving Cost Effectiveness of Financial Incentives in Managing Travel Demand Management – This study draws on behavioral economics, empirical data, and a controlled field experiment with commuters to understand the relationships between the elements of financial incentives and their effectiveness in changing commuter behavior, and investigates how commuters develop a habitual mode choice. […]
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Weekly Briefs for the Week of December 30, 2013

Assessment of the Body of Knowledge on Incorporating Climate Change Adaptation Measures into Transportation Projects – This report highlights adaptation actions that transportation agencies around the world are already pursuing and articulates a growing set of best practices for implementing adaptation. It also discusses strategies, examples, and best practices for evaluating the costs and benefits […]
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