2 edition of Selected urban mass-transportation bibliography found in the catalog.
Selected urban mass-transportation bibliography
Larry L. Coffman
|Statement||prepared by Larry Coffman, and Richard Chackerian.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||73650466|
Full text of "Urban Mass Transportation Abstracts - vol. 3" See other formats. Highway and Urban Mass Transportation,. Summer , p. ' Section 16 of the Urban Mass Tranl^ortation Act of ♦ states that 1^% of total funding of UMTA programs may be Set aside 4:o assist state and loc^l' public bodies and agencies in providing mass transportation ^facilities arjfi services folr elde*tly |nd handicapped passengers.
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Urban Elites and Mass Transportation Book Description: In an unusually systematic approach to the study of urban politics, this study compares three different models of political power to see which can best explain the development of the Bay Area Rapid Transit System in San Francisco and the attempts of Los Angeles to build a comparable system. Urban Mass Transportation AD September 7. Aircraft and Air Pollution AD This is a selected, partially annotated listing of periodical articles, reports crisis of until completion of this bibliography, late A few earlier references are included as background. Citations are representativeAuthor: La Foy.
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The history of mass transportation is intimately connected to industrialization, urbanization, and the separation of residence from workplace. By the beginning of the 20th cent., London, New York, Boston, Paris, Budapest, and other major cities had fixed-rail subway systems (sometimes elevated); by the s buses were common.
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Selected Bibliography The publications listed herein fall into three basic categories: â ¢ The majority are more-or-less related to site investigations, in- cluding both field and laboratory work. Urban transportation alternatives: evolution of Federal policy ; report of conferences held February, at Airlie House, Virginia, and March April 1,at Hunt Valley, Maryland, and sponsored by the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, U.S.
Department of Transportation by National Research Council (U.S.) (Book). The item Compilation of selected surface transportation laws: Ti United States code, miscellaneous highway provisions, Urban Mass Transportation Act ofUniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.
National Urban League: A selected annotated bibliography on Black families / ([Washington]: Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of [Human Development Services], Children's Bureau, National Center on Child Abuse and Neglect: for sale by the Supt.
of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Beginning inthe federal government financed small-scale experimental projects in various cities. The federal role increased with the passage of the Urban Mass Transportation Act ofwhich authorized $ million in aid to the capital costs of transit projects, with each two federal dollars to be matched with one local dollar.
URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION PLANNING. It is based on the author's 35 years of experience in urban transportation planning, mostly as a professor, and is addressed to urban planning students.
The book should be useful in courses that deal generally with transportation planning or the urban transportation problem. It's emphasis is on policy issues. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download a selected bibliography from the two sets of literature is presented at the end of the chapter for those wishing further detail.
Page 47 Share Cite. Suggested Citation Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Washington, D.C. Page 46 Share. Present and Future Role of Urban Transit Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary Cities and metropolitan areas are centers of di verse activities, which require efficient and convenient transportation of persons and goods.
It is often said that transportation is the lifeblood of Size: KB. Status of urban transport in India and developing countries. Status of public transport with respect to coverage, feet strength, and utilization in urban areas. Sustainability and land use consideration.
Demography and Settlement Patterns. Introduction. Demographic changes of India since Gross domestic product (GDP) Migration to urban areas.
Untilit was known as the Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA). Public transportation includes buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, monorail, passenger ferry boats, trolleys, inclined railways, and people movers.
The federal government, through the FTA, provides financial assistance to develop new transit systems and Agency executive: K. Jane Williams, Deputy and Acting. Urban rail supporting technology: a five year progress summary / (Washington: Urban Mass Transportation Administration, ), by Transportation Systems Center and United States.
Urban Mass Transportation Administration (page images at HathiTrust). This book provides the perfect comprehensive introduction to mass transit for anyone interested in transportation planning as a career, as well as for those who simply have a personal interest in the subject area.
It is a policy-oriented book that contains some technical material, but avoids in-depth coverage of the electric and mechanical Cited by: This is the first book covering engineering aspects of transit systems in the English language in several decades.
The chapters are: History and Role of Transit in Urban Development, Urban Passenger Transport Modes, Vehicle Characteristics and Motion, Highway Transit Modes, Rail Transit Modes, New Concepts and Proposed.
Oram, Richard L., Transportation System Management, A Bibliography of Technical Reports, (Prepared for Urban Mass Transportation Administration and Federal Highway Ad- ministration), May In addition to these sources, abstracts prepared by the author(s) and/or editor(s) of individual documents were used where applicable.
Though the book questions the concepts of progress and success, it is an example of both. — Zachary M. Schrag.
Transfers. A useful overview for those seeking a better understanding of the history—and future prospects—of urban mass transportation in the United States.
— Tony Reevy. Urban Pages: Complemented by: Compendium of National Urban Mass Transportation Statistics. HEN37 Report on funding levels and allocations of funds: report of the secretary of transportation to the United States Congress pursuant to section 3(j) of the Urban Mass Transportation.
The United States Code is meant to be an organized, logical compilation of the laws passed by Congress. At its top level, it divides the world of legislation into fifty topically-organized Titles, and each Title is further subdivided into any number of logical subtopics.
Urban Mass Transportation Planning. Rafter, a professor in transportation planning, engages the reader with the problems facing the industry. A concerned tutor in this sector points out that urban mass transportation planning lacks the much-needed factors to be a successful venture in the future.
Abstract. This chapter provides an overview and examples of transportation demand analysis, from specification of the characteristics of the urban area in which the project is located to estimation of the vehicle volumes on individual links of the : John G.
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In the third-rate level are found "selected organization executives" and newspaper columnists, for example. Publish your book Pages: This book is about "Transportation-Markings" (hereafter T-M). a selected bibliography. Supplement 2.
Published Date: Abstract: The report presents a bibliography of literature dealing primarily with the relationship of drug use (other than alcohol alone) and highway safety. This volume is the third of a series of annotated Cited by: